Flight Sergeant James Hyde


Flight Sergeant James Hyde of San Juan, Trinidad, a Spitfire pilot who arrived in Britain in 1942 to begin his training, here pictured in 1944 with his Squadron's mascot, a dog called 'Dingo'. He was shot down in 1944. Picture courtesy of the Caribbean aircrew in the RAF during WW2


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