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These pictures have been kindly submitted by Chris Cheneler and show 965 Squadron during its stay in Holland in November 1944 to June 1945. His father Joe Cheneler was in 965 Squadron and I must say these are a superb record of their stay there. An advance party of 965 Squadron went over to Belgium in about August 1944 and had to wait until the Canadians had pushed the German forces out of Holland and in particular the town of Ternauzern before they could move in and protect the area. Some of 965 Squadron including Joe Cheneler were taken to Antwerp to operate cranes at the docks. If anyone could add any more to this history of 965 Squadron I know that Chris Cheneler and family would love to hear from you. You can contact Chris on: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Posing at the School in Ternauzern used as billet in 1944-45 now no longer in existence.
Joe Cheneler is furthest person on the right of the picture taken behind the school
Working on vehicles to the left and behind the school, look at the neat writing on the mudguard!!
965 squadron members outside the Ternauzern school used as a billet