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You’d have a daily broadcast

You’d have a daily broadcast

Mr. Yeomans describes how POWs kept up to date on the status of the war.

The food was extremely bad

The food was extremely bad

Mr. Yeomans describes deteriorating conditions in the POW camps

You need medical attention

You need medical attention

Mr. Yeomans describes his capture and interrogation by the Germans.

We did seven trips against Berlin

We did seven trips against Berlin

Mr. Yeomans describes German anti-bomber defence, RAF losses, and being shot down.

They took the best crews

They took the best crews

Mr. Yeomans discusses action with the "Wimpys," and with the "Pathfinders," elite crews who marked bombing targets in Germany.

Someone is trying to stop you

Someone is trying to stop you

Mr. Yeomans discusses his general impressions of training.

Never in the field of human endeavour...

Never in the field of human endeavour...

Mr. Yeomans describes British Prime Minister Winston Churchill's practicality and strength.

"We were not all heroes..."

"We were not all heroes..."

Mr. Coffell describes a less than honourable way to survive the war.

Flying on course; for better or worse.

Flying on course; for better or worse.

Mr. Coffell describes the need for disciplined flying regardless of the consequences.

"...it had to be right."

"...it had to be right."

Mr. Coffell's reflections on being a navigator.

"...a thing called a Bullseye."

"...a thing called a Bullseye."

Mr. Coffell describes a method of decoying German antiaircraft activity.

"...a terrible experience with a wonderful ending."

"...a terrible experience with a wonderful ending."

Mr. Coffell talks about being put on charge for a training mishap.

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