Youngsters Of The Air! "Beware - Other Items… 1932

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Full title reads: "Halton. Youngsters of the Air! Air-Marshal Sir E. L. Ellington congratulates smart and highly efficient cadets at 'Pass Out' Day Inspection."

Halton, (not sure which county RAF Halton is in, possibly Buckinghamshire)

Royal Air Force cadets march in ranks across parade...



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