Our ambition is to capture as many of these personal recollections, so that their legacy of bravery, sacrifice and suffering can live on. Meet them in our archive.
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“Click below to see what happened when pupils from Bungay High School met three of the surviving British Berlin Airlift Veterans at Flixton's, Norfolk and Suffolk aviation museum.”
“I can remember vividly the scene at that time and the picture of my Captain on the bridge worrying and us all worrying with him. Little flows of arctic ice coming by us… Then we were quitting. It's the most horrible recollection.”
“and as we were rowing, bang, he'd put another torpedo in her and she just went and all you could think were oh hell, and then it came very calm and you had great big bubbles coming up”