Name/TitleRAF Service Dress cap belonging to Pilot Officer Peter Pool
About this objectRAF No. 1 Service Dress cap, blue-grey colour, belonging to Pilot Officer Peter Pool who flew with No. 72 and No. 601 Sqn.
Peter flew out of Biggin Hill with No.72 Sqn. and was shot down over Kent. He parachuted down into a field near Sittingbourne, Kent and suffered minor burns and some broken burns. He wrote to the Irvine Chute company to apply to be a member of the Caterpillar Club.
In 1942 Peter was flying as part of the Dieppe Raid when he was shot down over the Channel, he was not seen again.
PeriodSecond World War
Medium and MaterialsBullion RAF cap badge
Black mohair band
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