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    Default Air Training Corps Squadrons

    I am trying to confirm whether there was a Air Training Squadron numbered 380. It may have been the Bootle Squadron. Is there a way of establishing this? Because of Lockdown I am not able to get to the British Library to look at the published histories of the ATC by Kidd and Lamont or the ATC Gazette.

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    WEST LANCS. A.T.C. CUP The draw for the Air Training Corps (West Lancashire) Cup, made by Councillor H. W. Barber (Mayor of Southport), Is as follows: First Rcund; 310 (Wldnes) v. 1330 (Warrington): 1128 (Crosby) v. 1*24 (Evered Avenue): 380 (Bootle) v ...
    Published: Tuesday 10 March 1942
    Newspaper: Liverpool Echo
    County: Lancashire, England
    Type: Article | Words: 112 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

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