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AUG 25 1943 A letter from a Bomber Command Group Captain - See more at: http://ww2today.com/25th-august-1943-a-letter-from-a-bomber-command-group-captain# Farmers gather in the wheat, undisturbed by the presence of these Halifaxes of an unidentified No 4 Group squadron in Yorkshire, August 1943.

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