Stephen Nulty Posted 8 January , 2011 Share Posted 8 January , 2011 I notice from the List of Officers taken prisoner in the Great War that in September 1918, there were some 220 officers of the RAF taken prisoner. This seems to be by far the highest number throughout the short lifetime of the service. Are there any obvious reasons for this high number? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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