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Actress Vivian Leigh speaks to the 381st Bomb Group at Ridgewell, Hallstead, UK during the christening ceremonies for B-17G ‚ÄúStage Door Canteen,‚ÄĚ 21 Apr 1944. Also present were actors Alfred Lunt and Laurence Olivier.Mary Churchill, daughter of the Prime Minister, holding up a bottle of Coca-Cola just before she cracked it over the machine gun barrels of the B-17G ‚ÄúStage Door Canteen‚ÄĚ as a christening, 21 Apr 1944 at Ridgewell.
Actress Vivian Leigh speaks to the 381st Bomb Group at Ridgewell, Hallstead, UK during the christening ceremonies for B-17G ‚ÄúStage Door Canteen,‚ÄĚ 21 Apr 1944. Also present were actors Alfred Lunt and Laurence Olivier.Mary Churchill, daughter of the Prime Minister, holding up a bottle of Coca-Cola just before she cracked it over the machine gun barrels of the B-17G ‚ÄúStage Door Canteen‚ÄĚ as a christening, 21 Apr 1944 at Ridgewell.
Mary Churchill, daughter of the Prime Minister, speaks to the 381st Bomb Group at Ridgewell, Hallstead, UK during the christening ceremonies for B-17G ‚ÄúStage Door Canteen,‚ÄĚ 21 Apr 1944.PB2Y aircraft at San Juan Naval Air Station, Puerto Rico, 21 Apr 1944
Mary Churchill, daughter of the Prime Minister, speaks to the 381st Bomb Group at Ridgewell, Hallstead, UK during the christening ceremonies for B-17G ‚ÄúStage Door Canteen,‚ÄĚ 21 Apr 1944.PB2Y aircraft at San Juan Naval Air Station, Puerto Rico, 21 Apr 1944
RAF Mustang Mk IIIs of No 19 Squadron based at Ford, Sussex painted with white nose and wing stripes to prevent mis-identification as Me 109s, Apr 21, 1944
RAF Mustang Mk IIIs of No 19 Squadron based at Ford, Sussex painted with white nose and wing stripes to prevent mis-identification as Me 109s, Apr 21, 1944


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