History links & sources

History Links
Eddie Coe tells his story on YouTube
Many veterans of the 95th Bomb Group tell their stories on camera at YouTube
www.mightyeighth.org/ Mighty Eighth Airforce Museum.
95thbg.org/95th_joomla/ 95th Bomb Group (H) Memorials Foundation.
www.95thbg-horham.com/ 95th Bomb Group Heritage Association/Red Feather Club.
www.95thbghospitalmuseum.co.uk/ The 95th Bomb Group Hospital Museum.
www.iwm.org.uk/ The Imperial War Museum.
www.suffolkregiment.org/Museum.html The Suffolk Regiment Museum.
www.rnrm.org.uk/index.html Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum.
www.royalanglianmuseum.org.uk/ The Royal Anglian Regiment Museum.
www.cwgc.org/ The Commonwealth War Graves Commission.
www.curme.co.uk/102.htm The 11th Battalion, The Suffolk Regiment (The Cambs Suffolks).
www.suffolkchurches.co.uk/ Simon Knott’s amazing churches site.
www.shct.org.uk/index.shtml The Suffolk Historic Churches Trust.
www.mslr.org.uk/ The Mid-Suffolk Light Railway, known affectionately as 'The Middy'.
www.itgen.co.uk/occold/herit-rem-issue.htm#two An online version of a booklet on Occold's First World War Dead.

Sources
Every effort has been made to keep these pages accurate and fair. We have also attempted to respect copyright. If you have any pictures, information or stories you think should feature on these pages or if you have any problems with the local history or other pages please email pc@redlingfield.suffolk.gov.uk Google books and Wikimedia Commons have proved invaluable sources for pictures and information as have Redlingfield's villagers past and present. I aim to continue to talk to villagers and add to these pages gradually with more personal accounts and pictures of village life.