A second interview with WW2 RAF Lancaster veteran Claude Reynolds.
A privileged opportunity to hear 95 year old Flight Sergeant Claude Reynolds' WW2 memories, sometimes frightening, often fascinating, frequently funny!
More about Claude’s WWII flying action plus the trouble he got into in the Home Guard.
What Claude did after the war in his home town of Wymondham in Norfolk, England.
This is the second interview with Claude - Recommended that you consider listening to episode 5 first.
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Below: Claude in contemplative mood at home as he recalls the best and worst memories of his time in the RAF during WW2.
Interested in Bill Cheall's book? Link here for more information.
Fighting Through from Dunkirk to Hamburg, hardback, paperback and Kindle etc.
"The first five and the last five missions were the worst"
The historic, award-winning station at Wymondham, Nofolk, England, where Claude lives. Claude worked on the local railways throughout his career after the war. Tourist information on historic market town Wymondham.
Names of some of Claude's crew members:
Leonard Smart (Australian)
Perry - Bomb aimer