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    Hi. Am I right in presuming that a log book was part of the kit issued to crew? Again I presume that they did not take their log book on operations. In the event that the individual was killed on operations what is the most likely thing to have happened to the log book. Whose property was it and what ultimately would have happened to the log book when personal effects were returned to next of kin. Thanks

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    Log Books were official documents not personal
    They were not to be carried in the air
    Those to casualties were normally dispatched to the central depository
    Some were offered to next of kin dependent on station command
    Post war stored logs not claimed were destroyed

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    Thank you Colin for confirming what I thought. T

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