Georgian uprising on Texel - Wikipedia
There was a documentary about this the other evening on BBC (if I remember correctly)
If you apply for his service records [forms on this link - Request records of deceased service personnel] they will tell you all about his service...
Thats what we do on these 2 sites - we help each other whichever side of the pond we are
For anyone interested this thread is alive and kicking on WW2Talk - Trying to research my Granddad - Cecil Thomas Smith
Graham - link you need is WW2Talk
Thought I recognised the attachment - this is covered by thread - Help understanding my great uncle's RAF...
You could apply for his service records - the link to the forms is - Request records of deceased service personnel
Might also be worth joining...
Firstly you would be better of joining the UK sister forum - link here - WW2Talk
You really need to obtain his service records from the...
OK - thank you all for your quick responses and information - I will pass it on
Its a query on the UK sister site - the soldier was RAMC (Medical Corps) in both North Africa and NW Europe
It doesnt appear to be a UK...
Is that better??
Anyone know this awards name is and why it would have been awarded??
Thanks in advance for your help
Johns advise is good, in the meantime have you contacted - 12 Bomber Squadron Association or » Number 12 (Bomber) Squadron
RAF Kirkham in the Second World War 1939-1945 - The Wartime Memories Project -
BBC - WW2 People's War - Victor Flack - Part 2 - RAF
They gave protection against shrapnel and falling debris, they were not called Bomb Resistant Shelters. More often than not people survived who...
Been celebrating my birthday so a little delayed in replying
I think to be honest the 'comfort' was in removing oneself from a very...
The quietest places to have lived - I guess you are asking which areas of France are least interferred with by the Occupying Forces - would be...
I note on Wiki that BOAC started life in 1940 - and was also famous for the Ball Bearing runs it made to Sweden, so I would assume they...
You will be better of on the UK sister site - WW2Talk join there and there are several members who provide a service of copying War...
Does this mean then in the olden days that hunters used AA guns to kill the buffalo and then cut off their wings?
Must admit the thought of a...
OK - I asked the same question on the sister site -
Where do Buffalo wings come from - do you have special breeding programmes or are they...