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  • ALB80172CK002
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    The Weekly News
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Portrait Wing Commander AB Wheeler DFC, from The Weekly News issue 3 March 1944.
    RNZAF
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Wilks
    The Weekly News
    Wheeler
    portrait
  • ALB80172CK054
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. No. 226 Squadron Navigator, SE Wilks, standing in front of a building at RAF Station Swanton Morley. Handwritten on the album page "Self".
    RNZAF
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Wilks
    Swanton Morley
    smoking
    No. 226 Squadron
    226 Sqn
  • ALB80172CK001
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Vertical aerial view of Cherbourg, France, during a raid by No. 226 Squadron. Handwritten on the album page "Noball target near Cherbourg"
    vertical
    France
    Cherbourg
    Wilks
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    226 Sqn
    No. 226 Squadron
  • ALB80172CK003
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Cutting from a newspaper showing an informal group of No. 487 Squadron personnel with a Mosquito. Unknown location. Original caption reads "[New] Zealand airmen with one of their Mosquito fighter-bombers. In the centre is Wing-Commander I. S. Smith, D.F.C. and Bar (Auckland), the squadron's commanding officer."
    RNZAF
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Wilks
    No. 487 Squadron
    487 Sqn
    Mosquito
  • ALB80172CK005
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Unknown member of No. 226 Squadron (?) standing beside a small hut. Unknown location.
    Wilks
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    226 Sqn
    No. 226 Squadron
  • ALB80172CK007
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Unknown member of No. 226 Squadron (?), smoking a pipe beside a small hut with a Mitchell in the background. Unknown location.
    Wilks
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    226 Sqn
    No. 226 Squadron
    smoking
    Mitchell
  • ALB80172CK006
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Two members of No. 226 Squadron (?) standing beside a small hut with a Mitchell in the background. Unknown location.
    Wilks
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    226 Sqn
    No. 226 Squadron
    Mitchell
  • ALB80172CK004
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Cloud scape over The Netherlands during a raid. Handwritten on the original print "Flak at Venlo, Holland. 19.11.44".
    RNZAF
    RAF
    World War Two
    WW2
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Wilks
    Venlo
    The Netherlands
  • ALB80172CK008
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    Image from Stanley Edward Wilks personal album collection. Vertical aerial view of Zutphen, The Netherlands, during a raid on the bridge by No. 226 Squadron. Handwritten on the album page "Zuitphen [sic] Bridge 14.10.44 | official photo taken from aircraft".
    vertical
    Zuitphen
    Zutphen
    The Netherlands
    Wilks
    Air Force Museum of New Zealand
    WW2
    World War Two
    RAF
    RNZAF
    226 Sqn
    No. 226 Squadron