World War Two Air Raids



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Oval Primary School: Log Book

Senior Mixed [Boys and Girls]. Includes reference to near miss by German bomb, 2 October 1940. Encloses programme and statement by the architect relating to the official opening, 19 February 1932.

Papers of Mrs Evelyn May Sandison Relating to the W. V. S.

  • AR491
  • Collection
  • 1944 - 1947

Collection includes WVS Housewives Service Organisers Report on Flying Bomb Incidents June to August 1944; registers of persons bombed out during these incidents (2 vols); rough notes on flying bomb incidents and casualties (1 vol); newspaper accounts of WVS activities and an acknowledgement of Mrs Sandisons resignation from the WVS due to her husbands ill health, 1947.

Mrs Evelyn May Sandison

St Andrews High School: Log Book

All Age School. Includes names and addresses of members of teaching staff at front of volume. Encloses letter from former member of staff, 25 July 1923. Includes reference to damage sustained by the school as a result of a V1 bomb attack, 20 - 21 June 1944.

Waddon Infant School: Log Book

Waddon Infant and Junior School, 1927 - 1930; Waddon Junior School, 1930 - 1934; Waddon Infant and Junior School, 1934 -1952. Includes a reference to the funeral of Frank William Rose, the master in charge of the Duppas and Waddon evacuees at Exeter, Devon, killed with his family during an air raid, 9 May 1942.