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Latest blog posts
How an air crash investigation in Germany uncovered the story of one of the most secret spy operations of World War 2 A mysterious crash In the small hours of the 20th of March 1945, Olinde Kruse woke up from the sound of a loud crash. Startled by the sudden bang, she sat up in […]
A look at the surprising finds inside the diary of Colette Brosse, the French au-pair who stayed at the Battle of Britain House in the 60s In September 2020, I received a communication from France. It was from a lady named Sylvie, who happened upon the website while looking for traces of her mother’s presence […]
One of the first controlled flights in the history of aviation landed at a field in Eastcote, NW London