Alan Conrad's Experiences in the RAF During World War 2
1941 Page 2
|41-B-01 HMT Georgic in Port
Tewfik harbour, Egypt October 1941.
The English renegade (nicknamed Lord "Haw Haw") who broadcast propaganda from Germany claimed that it had been sunk which we denied. When I saw it it was obvious that the only reasonit had not sunk was that the water was too shallow.
|41-B-02 "Flyer" for camp cinema at Kasfareet, Egypt October1941|
|41-B-03 Aerial photograph of R.A.F.Wadi Gazouza, Sudan 1941|
|A41-B-04 Alan in Egypt, 1941|
|41-B-05 Holding a pet chameleon on a stick. It was very useful picking flies off your stomach as you lay on your bed. 1941|
|41-B-06 Our tent on sandy scrubland. 1941|
|41-B-07 Rocky outcrop nearby. 1941|
|41-B-08 In Sinkat a little village nearby. 1941|
|41-B-09 Sinkat. 941|
|41-B-10 Sinkat. (BO4 to B10were all taken around Wadi Gazouza 1941|