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    Hawker Typhoon

    Hi All, I posted here at this forum some time ago, then i was asking for information regarding the Upkeep bouncing bomb for a presentation at my military historical society here in Fremantle, Western Australia, the information provided help me fill in all the gaps. The information i now seek may be outside the sphere of your membership, I have been trying with no success to obtain a DVD [ Hawker Typhoon 181 squadron ] there is a 30 minute segment on Youtube which displays the address to contact to purchase the full film, i have sent off two emails [hawkertyphoon181@gmail.com] but unfortunately no replies. I was wondering if there are world war two aviation societies in the UK who may be able to help ?

    I have recorded the 30 minute segment onto a memory stick, but it finishes almost mid-sentence, i would appreciate if someone could point me in the right direction, if not, no matter, i shall just have to show the short version.

    Cheers

    Jeff Lloyd.

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    Hi Jeff,
    Try the Royal Air Force Museum at Hendon, they might be able to help.
    Alan1

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    Thank you Alan, i shall check
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    Other thoughts, Shuttleworth Collection (tho' they are mainly First War) and the Historic Aircraft Restoration guys at Imperial War Museum Duxford. They do a lot with Second War kit. Failing that, Science Museum in London have a comprehensive Flight Gallery.
    Hope that helps.
    Alan.

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    Email Fly Past magazine . They're normally a very helpful bunch & that type of thing is just up their street . Siegfreid

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    Thanks to you all, shall keep on trying.

 

 

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