Projet de Maison

Projet de Maison

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Potted plants

Potted plants

Long Exposure Sunset Pagham

Long Exposure Sunset Pagham

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Pagham, West Sussex

Pagham, West Sussex

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Stuart Tanner Architects

Stuart Tanner Architects

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Pagham Beach House

Pagham Beach House

Thalassa - Pagham, Sussex

Thalassa - Pagham, Sussex

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When originally published, the photograph by Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis was captioned Wrecking the Wreckers, showing soldiers removing the port panel from the tail fin of Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 as a trophy. S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF had disabled the starboard engine and holed both radiators 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 on 9 September 1940, before the bomber force-landed on the banks of Pagham Harbour.

When originally published, the photograph by Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis was captioned Wrecking the Wreckers, showing soldiers removing the port panel from the tail fin of Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 as a trophy. S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF had disabled the starboard engine and holed both radiators 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 on 9 September 1940, before the bomber force-landed on the banks of Pagham Harbour.

Sortied to attack London docklands on 9 September 1940, Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 was claimed by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and and by F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 before being forced down on the waterfront at Pagham Harbour. Photographer Frank Lalouette from Bognor Regis shows a single white stripe underneath the swastika with the date 2.9.40 denoting an RAF fighter the crew had claimed on the day.

Sortied to attack London docklands on 9 September 1940, Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 was claimed by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and and by F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 before being forced down on the waterfront at Pagham Harbour. Photographer Frank Lalouette from Bognor Regis shows a single white stripe underneath the swastika with the date 2.9.40 denoting an RAF fighter the crew had claimed on the day.

Pagham Beach Cafe

Pagham Beach Cafe

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