384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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  • Chris Eve - Wednesday 14 April 2021 10:04
    This gentleman was, I believe, a tall Texan boyfriend (from Grafton Underwood), of my mother's (Jeanne Thurgar), who was still at school at the time, and whose family lived at 'Ketnor House', Hannington Crossroads, on the main road between Kettering and Northampton. Photo taken in either 1944 or '45. There is a story about their friendship, during a visit to Kettering High Street, one day.