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LINKS TO SIMILAR SITES:
PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO TECHNICAL DIFFICULTIES, THE WEBSITE LINKS LISTED ON THIS PAGE ALL WORK BUT ARE NOT LISTED QUITE CORRECTLY TO WEBSITE TITLES.
LINCOLNSHIRE AVIATION HERITAGE CENTRE, EAST KIRKBY.
OFFICIAL RAF BOMBER COMMAND WEBSITE.
49 SQUADRON ASSOCIATION WEBSITE.
576 SQUADRON LINK
BATTLE of BRITAIN MEMORIAL FLIGHT,CONINGSBY:
WORLD WAR 2 EX-RAF WEBSITE:
World War 2 Ex RAF .co.uk is now one of the largest dedicated websites on the internet for those seeking to be reunited with old friends or for those looking for information about someone who served in the Royal AirForce during the second world war.
For more information on the RAF in Lincolnshire see:
Bob Baxter's excellent site.
The Nanton Lancaster Museum, Canada.
Remembering the past-Airfields and Aviation Memorials, researching old airfields and aviation memorials of the U.K. By Richard E. Flagg.
Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation
Link to Ashman in Kent family tree. Link supplied by Chris Ashman, who's Uncle Fredrick was a 49 Squadron navigator based at Fiskerton and who failed to return from Berlin in November 1943 aged twenty. One of the many who made the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom.