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Oliver Stewart Collection

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Westland Lysander, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Westland Lysander, 1941. British army liaison aircraft made by Westland Aircraft, used before and during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Short Sunderland, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Short Sunderland, 1941. The Short S.25 Sunderland was a British flying boat patrol bomber developed for the RAF by Short Brothers

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Consolidated Catalina, 1941. The Consolidated PBY Catalina, American flying boat and amphibious aircraft built by Consolidated Aircraft

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Titanine Aircraft Finishes, 1941. Creator: Unknown

Titanine Aircraft Finishes, 1941. Creator: Unknown
Titanine Aircraft Finishes, 1941. Second World War advertisement for aircraft finishes made by Titanine Ltd of Colindale, London: Supplied for over 25 years

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Cierva Autogiro, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Cierva Autogiro, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Cierva Autogiro, 1941. The Cierva C.30 autogyro designed by Juan de la Cierva was built during the 1930s in Britain, France and Germany under licence from the Cierva Autogiro Company

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund, 1941. Advertisement placed by Delaney Gallay Ltd during the Second World War to raise funds for the families of military personnel killed during the conflict

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF personnel learning to use a dinghy, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

RAF personnel learning to use a dinghy, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
RAF personnel learning to use a dinghy, 1941. Airmen at training school during the Second World War: Getting into and out of a rubber dinghy is a difficult job until the process has been practised

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Silhouettes of military aircraft... at an RAF training school during the Second World War, 1941

Silhouettes of military aircraft... at an RAF training school during the Second World War, 1941
Silhouettes of military aircraft painted on the ceiling at an RAF training school during the Second World War, 1941. Aircraft identification training enabled personnel to recognise the different

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF personnel receiving aero-engine instruction, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

RAF personnel receiving aero-engine instruction, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
RAF personnel receiving aero-engine instruction, 1941. Airmen at training school during the Second World War: Knowledge of the working and construction of the engine

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF personnel learning about weapons, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

RAF personnel learning about weapons, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
RAF personnel learning about weapons, 1941. Airmen at training school during the Second World War: An armaments lecture is here shown in progress

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF personnel learning to fire guns during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

RAF personnel learning to fire guns during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
RAF personnel learning to fire guns during the Second World War, 1941. Clay pigeon shooting was found in the war of 1914-18 to be a great help in the training of air gunners

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF pilot learning to fly during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

RAF pilot learning to fly during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
RAF pilot learning to fly during the Second World War, 1941. Flying lesson in a de Havilland Tiger Moth biplane at the Elementary Flying Training School

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Lea Bridge Rubber Works Ltd - Aircraft Section, 1941. Creator: Unknown

Lea Bridge Rubber Works Ltd - Aircraft Section, 1941. Creator: Unknown
Lea Bridge Rubber Works Ltd - Aircraft Section, 1941. Advertisement for a company that manufactured items used by the British armed forces during the Second World War: barrage balloons, parachutes

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Blackburn Botha - Operational Service Trainer, 1941. Creator: Turner

Blackburn Botha - Operational Service Trainer, 1941. Creator: Turner
Blackburn Botha - Operational Service Trainer, 1941. Advertisement for the Blackburn B.26 Botha, British four-seat reconnaissance and torpedo bomber built by Blackburn Aircraft

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Airman using a parachute during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

Airman using a parachute during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
Airman using a parachute during the Second World War, 1941. The " free" parachute type is standardised in the R.A.F. and with it parachutist jumps with the pack attached

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Pay-day Marks-off Life in the Royal Air Force at Regular Intervals, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

Pay-day Marks-off Life in the Royal Air Force at Regular Intervals, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
Pay-day Marks-off Life in the Royal Air Force at Regular Intervals, 1941. British airmen being paid during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Revolver practice at the Elementary Flying Training School, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

Revolver practice at the Elementary Flying Training School, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
Revolver practice at the Elementary Flying Training School, 1941. RAF personnel learning to fire guns during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF personnel learning to identify aircraft during the Second World War, 1941. Creator

RAF personnel learning to identify aircraft during the Second World War, 1941. Creator
RAF personnel learning to identify aircraft during the Second World War, 1941. Instructor and pupils at an Initial Training Wing using models

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Airman learning navigation during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

Airman learning navigation during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
Airman learning navigation during the Second World War, 1941. A Royal Air Force volunteer, who comes from the United States of America, is seen taking an observation with the Mark IX sextant

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF personnel learning navigation during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

RAF personnel learning navigation during the Second World War, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
RAF personnel learning navigation during the Second World War, 1941. Navigation is one of the subjects which follow the pupil from the earliest moment right through to the most advanced stages of his

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: RAF personnel learning to fly in a flight simulator during the Second World War, 1941

RAF personnel learning to fly in a flight simulator during the Second World War, 1941. The Link trainer enables the motions of controlling an aeroplane, and even of tlying it on a course

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Control desk at an RAF flight training school, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

Control desk at an RAF flight training school, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
Control desk at an RAF flight training school, 1941. The Link trainer can record and interpret his pupils control movements as they learn to fly on a flight simulator during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: Training in telecommunications, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown

Training in telecommunications, 1941. Creator: Charles Brown
Training in telecommunications, 1941. British RAF personnel in the classroom during the Second World War: Class work...in properly equipped rooms

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Vickers-Armstrongs Walrus, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Vickers-Armstrongs Walrus, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Vickers-Armstrongs Walrus, 1941. The Supermarine Walrus, a British amphibian flying boat, was designed for use as a fleet spotter to be catapult-launched from cruisers or battleships

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The De Havilland Ambulance, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The De Havilland Ambulance, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The De Havilland Ambulance, 1941. The de Havilland DH89 Dragon Rapide, British short-haul biplane airliner for 6-8 passengers, converted for use as an air ambulance during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Blackburn Botha, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Blackburn Botha, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Blackburn Botha, 1941. Blackburn B.26 Botha, British four-seat reconnaissance and torpedo bomber built by Blackburn Aircraft. During the Second World War it proved to be underpowered

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The North American Harvard, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The North American Harvard, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The North American Harvard, 1941. The North American T-6 Texan, American single-engined trainer aircraft, known as the Harvard outside the US, used during World War II and into the 1970s

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Miles Master I, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Miles Master I, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Miles Master I, 1941. British two-seater training aircraft built by Miles Aircraft Ltd for the RAF and Fleet Air Arm during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The De Havilland Tiger Moth, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The De Havilland Tiger Moth, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The De Havilland Tiger Moth, 1941. De Havilland DH82 Tiger Moth, British biplane designed by Geoffrey de Havilland in the 1930s

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Bristol Bombay, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Bristol Bombay, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Bristol Bombay, 1941. British troop transport aircraft and bomber used by the RAF during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Miles Magister, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Miles Magister, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Miles Magister, 1941. Instructional flight in a Miles M.14 Magister, a British two-seat monoplane trainer aircraft built by the Miles Aircraft for the RAF

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Fairey Swordfish, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Fairey Swordfish, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Fairey Swordfish, 1941. British single-engine torpedo bomber built by Fairey Aviation, used during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Martin Marauder, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Martin Marauder, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Martin Marauder, 1941. American bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company, used during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Martin Baltimore, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Martin Baltimore, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Martin Baltimore, 1941. American bomber built by the Glenn L. Martin Company, used during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Avro Anson, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Avro Anson, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Avro Anson, 1941. Multi-role British aircraft used by the RAF during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Lockheed Hudson, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Lockheed Hudson, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Lockheed Hudson, 1941. American-built bomber and coastal reconnaissance aircraft used by the RAF during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Bristol Blenheim, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Bristol Blenheim, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Bristol Blenheim, 1941. British bomber designed by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, used during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Bristol Beaufort, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Bristol Beaufort, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Bristol Beaufort, 1941. British twin-engined torpedo bomber designed by the Bristol Aeroplane Company, used during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Handley Page Hereford, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Handley Page Hereford, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Handley Page Hereford, 1941. British bomber with Napier Dagger engines, used during the Second World War. It was known by aircrews as the Flying Suitcase because of its cramped crew conditions

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Fairey Albacore, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Fairey Albacore, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Fairey Albacore, 1941. British single-engine torpedo bomber built by Fairey Aviation, used during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Handley Page Hampden, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Handley Page Hampden, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Handley Page Hampden, 1941. The Handley Page HP.52 Hampden was a British bomber with twin Bristol Pegasus radial engines, used during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Armstrong Whitworth Whitley, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Armstrong Whitworth Whitley, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Armstrong Whitworth Whitley, 1941. British twin-engined bomber which served during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Vickers-Armstrongs Wellington, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Vickers-Armstrongs Wellington, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Vickers-Armstrongs Wellington, 1941. The Vickers Wellington, British twin-engine bomber with geodetic airframe fuselage structure designed by Barnes Wallis

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Consolidated Liberator, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Consolidated Liberator, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Consolidated Liberator, 1941. The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was an American heavy bomber capable of transatlantic flight, used by the RAF during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Fairey Fulmar, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Fairey Fulmar, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Fairey Fulmar, 1941. British fighter aircraft built by Fairey Aviation, served with the Fleet Air Arm (Fa) during the Second World War

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Blackburn Roc, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Blackburn Roc, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Blackburn Roc, 1941. The Blackburn B-25 Roc, designed by Blackburn Aircraft Ltd, British Second World War-era Fleet Air Arm fighter aircraft

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Brewster Buffalo, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Brewster Buffalo, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Brewster Buffalo, 1941. American fighter aircraft which saw service early in World War II. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition

Background imageOliver Stewart Collection: The Hawker Hurricane, 1941. Creator: Unknown

The Hawker Hurricane, 1941. Creator: Unknown
The Hawker Hurricane, 1941. British fighter planes during the Second World War. From " The Royal Air Force in Pictures", 2nd edition, by World War I flying ace Major Oliver Stewart



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