RAF at War: Replica Memorabilia Pack – Example of Contents
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This pack makes a great present, or better still buy two and keep one for yourself.
‘Instruction in case of capture’ Leaflet: Fascinating leaflet advising pilots what to do if captured, such as “say nothing”.
A combat report from September 1940 (During the Battle of Britain): A unique insight of Squadron Leader B. Lane’s account of a dogfight during the Battle of Britain, including ‘finally got one in both engines’, ‘never has so much fun’, ‘ Tally Ho!’
‘Taking off ‘Booklet by Noel Monks: This is an abridged thirty-two page booklet full of information and photographs aimed at new RAF recruits.
Flying Duties Leaflet: Wartime Royal Air Force recruitment leaflet. Once qualified, a pilot could expect to take home ’13/- per day’.
Fighter Fund Appeal Letter: ‘£20,000 is IN, the Four Fighters are UP!’ Heartfelt thanks from the RAF to fundraisers.
Air Mail Magazine (1944): This September edition of the magazine aimed at R.A.F. personnel throughout the world, crammed with news stories, photos and cartoons all relevant to the war effort. A great read for 6d.
RAF Pass: Small RAF pass granting permission to be absent from quarters and ‘to wear plain clothes’.
Miscellaneous Cards: A small collection of trade cards and postcard images evocative of the period.
NOTE: These items are replicas of original documents and information. Items may be subject to change.
This replica pack is both fascinating in content and brilliantly reproduced.
Designed, printed and collated in the UK.
Each item is carefully scanned and printed as close to the original as possible, resulting in a carefully selected mix of items, producing a sense of ‘being there’ for the reader.
Folded within a clear, plastic presentation pack.
Pack Size: 19 x 12 x 2cms.