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Here are a few sites that appertain to Martlesham Heath

The Martlesham Heath Aviation Society http://mhas.org.uk/

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The Suffolk forum with links to the RAF/USAAF and Martlesham Village old and new

http://Suffolk.activeboard.com/

Registration is only necessary to post messages otherwise anyone can view the forum, this site has just clocked up 300000 hits in 18 months

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Please do not post any link that is not relevant to Martlesham Heath Airfield



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I wish I had been around to see this one..........

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beardmore_Inflexible

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This is another good link from AiX

http://www.airfieldinformationexchange.org/community/showthread.php?t=257&highlight=Martlesham

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Gordon Kinsey, President of The Martlesham Heath Aviation Society, knows a think or two about books, he is the author of at least three that I have read, one that obviously is pertinent to these pages is his book:

Martlesham Heath written by Gordon Kinsey, published by Terence Dalton at Lavenham ISBN 0 86138 023 1

There are 200 plus pages of everything connected to aviation at The Heath from its early days of 1917 to its closure.  Thoroughly Recommended, I'm not sure if the contents are on a CD or not...........

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The Black Tiles at Martlesham probably had more famous aviators visit it than any other pub/cafe in the UK During WWII this was a cafe today it is a well known pub, always well attended, yesterday was no exception

A Visitors Book once graced this cafe it now resides in London at The RAF Museum Hendon, it is said to contain more signatures of airmen than any other book known, famous names grace the pages, with fighter aces, civilian aviators, squadron histories and cartoons, jokes it has it all, an extract from Gordon Kinseys book Martlesham Heath†is featured here. I met up with Gordon a few short weeks ago in a Chindit Hat




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