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Taxiing Lancs 550Sqdn

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Nr 303 Sqdn w Bitwie o Anglię

Nr 303 Sqdn w Bitwie o Anglię

Never before seen pictures from the making of the film The Dam Busters have been released by an historian ahead of the 70th anniversary of the famous bombing mission. The images taken behind-the-scenes and production stills give a new insight into how the crew recreated the famous 1943 mission codenamed Operation Chastise. Above: the crew members involved in the making of the film. Picture: Masons/SWNS

Never before seen pictures from the making of the film The Dam Busters have been released by an historian ahead of the 70th anniversary of the famous bombing mission. The images taken behind-the-scenes and production stills give a new insight into how the crew recreated the famous 1943 mission codenamed Operation Chastise. Above: the crew members involved in the making of the film. Picture: Masons/SWNS

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An Avro Lancaster of No. 625 Squadron RAF flys over the smoke-covered target during a daylight attack on German armour and troops concentrations at Sankt-Vith, by 294 aircraft drawn from most of the Bomber Groups of the RAF.

An Avro Lancaster of No. 625 Squadron RAF flys over the smoke-covered target during a daylight attack on German armour and troops concentrations at Sankt-Vith, by 294 aircraft drawn from most of the Bomber Groups of the RAF.

Captain points out features of B-17 to English Air Training Cadets at a base in England.

Captain points out features of B-17 to English Air Training Cadets at a base in England.

The RAF Molesworth control tower in April 1944. On the taxiway is a B-17G, tail number 42-97284 “Ain’t Misbehavin” – she would fly a total of 48 combat missions during the war. The “Triangle-C” marking on the verticle stabilizer was the RAF Molesworth designator. The Class A Airfield imporvements: three converging airstrips with a concrete runway of at least 6,000 feet are visible in the distance. Photograph by Mr. Milton “Chic” Cantor, the photographer of the 303rd BG(H), with thanks to the…

The RAF Molesworth control tower in April 1944. On the taxiway is a B-17G, tail number 42-97284 “Ain’t Misbehavin” – she would fly a total of 48 combat missions during the war. The “Triangle-C” marking on the verticle stabilizer was the RAF Molesworth designator. The Class A Airfield imporvements: three converging airstrips with a concrete runway of at least 6,000 feet are visible in the distance. Photograph by Mr. Milton “Chic” Cantor, the photographer of the 303rd BG(H), with thanks to the…

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