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Saturday, January 30, 2016
Medmenham: RAF Interpretation Unit in WW2
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Pictures of life at Medmenham, home to the RAF's aerial photo interpreters during the Second World War.
In Pictures: The Central Interpretation Unit in WW2
An article by Taylor Downing in the November issue of History Today carries a fascinating insight into a little-known part of Britain's intelligence efforts during the Second World War.
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