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American bomber pilot stationed near Lavenham during WWII returns

An American bomber pilot stationed near Lavenham during World War Two is returned to the Swan Hotel where his signature appears on the wall in the Airmen’s Bar. Bernard T Nolan, 90 years, and his family visited for lunch on Friday, 6th September.

Bernard has written two books about WWll experiences; during his stay in the UK he also visited the Imperial War Museum at Duxford, where he signed copies of his books and prints of his airplane. His signature appears on the wall of the Swan’s Airmen’s bar in two places, his original signature in 1944, and a second in 2012 when he stopped by following another visit to Duxford.
American bomber pilot stationed near Lavenham during WWII

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