Beryl E. Escott

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Beryl E. Escott is a Canadian-born writer specializing in the history of the Women's Auxiliary Air Force. A native of Newfoundland, Escott was educated in Wales and England. She served in the Royal Air Force from 1961 to 1986.[1]

RAF Publications

  • History of RAF Church, High Wycombe Published by RAF BC 1967
  • History of RAF High Wycombe Published by RAF BC 1968 Ed3'70
  • Springfield Lodge, CinC's House Published by RAF BC 1969
  • Art Works of Officers Mess RAF High Wycombe Published by RAF BC 1969
  • Story of Halton House Published by RAF Halton in 1984 Ed4'08

Civilian Publications

References

  1. "Beryl Escott". Shire Publishers. Retrieved 19 May 2011.<templatestyles src="Module:Citation/CS1/styles.css"></templatestyles>