We regret to announce the death of Jonathan Paul Henry who served with 214 Squadron during the Second World War.
His funeral will be held at St Oswald's Parish Church, Crown La, Lower Peover, Knutsford WA16 9PY on Friday 17th August 2018 at 13:30hrs.
If you wish to send flowers or notes of sympathy please contact Dodgsons Funeral Directors on 01565 634251.
Our thoughts are with his family at this sad time
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The question "Why are there not more pictures of the squadron and personnel?" has been raised on numerous occasions. The answer is that candid unofficial photos of the squadron are very rare. The reason for this is that cameras were strictly forbidden and this policy was enforced out of the real possibility that the film or camera could fall into enemy hands thereby providing all sorts of clues to assist them that you or I might not consider. You will note that many of those found here are official pictures either sanctioned or taken by the RAF. In fact most people would be surprised to learn that very many Britain based squadron veterans do not have a single photograph, official or otherwise. This however mainly applies to the Squadrons based in Britain where enforcement was easier. It does not hold true with Squadrons based in other countries where often massive personal collections can be found.
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