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    Default Any thoughts on where I might find this photograph?

    I have an extract from a piece of research by someone else which states "A photograph of Flt. Sgt. Gardiner chatting with the Duke of Kent along with Air Vice-Marshall C. R. Carr, Air Officer Commanding the Bomber Group while they were visiting an RAF Station, somewhere in Britain, appeared in the WS 12/03/42.

    Any thoughts on WS? ..... or better still, has anyone got a copy of the photograph?

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    Pete
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    Pete

    Is it from this page?

    https://www.gatheringourheroes.ca/he...-glenn-powell/

    It mentions reports from the Merlin Standard (MS), so is WS possibly a typo for this?

    Regards

    Simon

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    Simon

    Sorry, it may have helped if I had put that link in ..... and yes, it is from that article .... you could be right about it being a typo. If it is the Merlin Standard, do you think this would be a Canadian publication of some sort ?
    Last edited by PeteT; 16th September 2019 at 22:19.
    Main areas of research:

    - CA Butler and the loss of Lancaster ME334 (http://rafww2butler.wordpress.com/ )
    - Aircrew Training (Basic / Trade / Operational / Continuation / Conversion)
    - The History of No. 35 Squadron (1916 - 1982) (https://35squadron.wordpress.com/)

    [Always looking for copies of original documents / photographs etc relating to these subjects]

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