Sorry that I've not been in contact with you for an awfully long time now. As you can see from the copy of the letter I've sent today to the Daily Mail, I've move up here to the Shetland Islands.
In the letter you'll see that I say that I'm probably the only PGS pupil who was bitten by a snake! And I also mention "Cringe". More about that some other time,but for the moment I thought I'd mention his war service. Cringe was a Navigator and I gather that his aircraft was shot down on his very first mission. His war service record should now be available via the Internet. And not just his but many other Masters.
Arthur Jewett was in Intelligence, where if I mind right, his knowledge of German would have been of use.
The only record that would probably be missing is that of Stachak. He was in the Polish Army at the beginning of the War and made no secret of the fact that he'd shot a man for cowardice. This is one reason Stachak feared returning to Poland. When he did, I gather that he died of a heart attack at the airport.