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He arrived at Snelland Halt by LNER train en route to RAF Wickenby on Sunday June 27th 1943.

This Mosquito Squadron moved there from RAF Woodhall Spa during October 1945, but after staying only one month they left Wickenby and went to a more permanent base at RAF Hemswell on the 27th of November.

Artist and Author, Squadron Leader Jack Currie (1921-96) Jack Currie's time with both 12 and 626 Squadrons are described in his popular book 'Lancaster Target'.

'A' Flight was originally 12 Squadron's 'C' Flight and 'B' Flight was made up from Lancasters arriving from factories and other units.

Its first operation was to bomb the Western entrance to the Montcenis tunnel in the French Alps on the 10th of November 1943.

Tony and Gene Johnson watched in astonishment as the price for their porcelain artefact soared to 40 times its estimate in a West London saleroom packed with Chinese bidders less than two weeks ago.

in the London suburb of Pinner following the death of Mrs Gene Johnson’s sister, Patricia Newman, whose husband Bill had been the owner.Today the site is a private airfield used as an aviation school and is home to The RAF Wickenby Memorial Museum.It was the home of 12 Squadron and 626 Squadron of No 1 Group, RAF Bomber Command.626 Squadron was formed in November 1943 with two flights of eight aircraft.At this time in 1943 the Museum exhibits were long removed to a safe place to escape the blitz, but help was at hand in the form of Mr Norman Keyte of the department of Greek and Roman Antiquities.He had photographed everyone of the pieces in his charge before placing them in safe custody.If you start a major world war you expect to get a bloody nose.

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