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Station of Nations: the History of RAF Balderton by Colin Savill

isbn 9781999635305 Newark Air Museum, 2018

During World War Two Royal Air Force Balderton, on the Nottinghamshire/Lincolnshire border, was a wartime RAF station which hosted among others No.408 (Goose) Squadron RCAF, the USAAF 437th and 439th Transport Carrier Groups, the Rolls-Royce jet engine trials unit and No.227 Squadron RAF. The story of the airfield from its origins to its demise is told here. 298pp, with black & white and colour photographs, maps, document copies and illustrations.

Foreword by former Flight Engineer Maurice ‘Bill’ Bailey who served at Balderton with No.227 Squadron.



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Reminiscences of Southwell in the Early Twentieth Century by R.E. Hardstaff
Reminiscences of Southwell in the Early Twentieth Century by R.E. Hardstaff
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