Monday, 9 July 2012

Daily Telegraph: "Winston Churchill at the controls of the most dangerous flight of the second world war"

(Until the NLWP writes back to the Planning Inspector, not much is happening) 

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"A collection of photographs showing Winston Churchill on board a transatlantic flight that was hunted by the Luftwaffe and the British Royal Air Force have been discovered.

"The archive has emerged from the family of the man who was detailed to take photos on the Prime Minister's return journey from the United States, in January 1942.

"Flight Officer Ron Buck kept back his own pictures from the trip, that was later described as the 'Most Daring Flight of the Whole War'."

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