Ep 238: Sidney Cotton’s Private Airforce

Ep 238: Sidney Cotton’s Private Airforce

Sidney Cotton played an important role in the development of photographic reconnaissance, taking pictures of Germany and Holland at the start of the war.

His personal driver was a young man called Geoffrey Turnham. In these memoirs, sent to us by his great grandson Danny Turnham, Geoffrey describes day to day operations at No2 Camouflage Unit. Read by Al Murray.

Many thanks to Danny Turnham.

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