The War effort

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World War II

Horsa glider

Horsa glider



Horsa glider

Horsa glider



War time photograph of the management team in front of an airframe fabricated on the site

War time photograph of the management team in front of an airframe fabricated on the site

Maurice Grace ? driver for Wades transporting a Mosquito

Maurice Grace, driver for Wades transporting a Mosquito

Landing Craft Assault built at Harris Lebus 1942

Landing Craft Assault built at Harris Lebus 1942


LCA’s in production at the Lebus factory

LCA’s in production at the Lebus factory



Extension of warehouses at the Lebus factory to accommodate aircraft production

Extension of warehouses at the Lebus factory to accommodate aircraft production







World War II Lebus air raid shelters

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Air raid shelter demolition 2008

Shelter interior

Shelter interior

Demolition

Demolition

Crockery from the canteen

Crockery from the canteen

Hitler graffiti

Hitler graffiti

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  1. Michael Huggett says:

    Hello, My Name name is Michael Huggett and several ancestors worked for Harris Lebus over a number of years, notably Ernest Andrew who was presented with an engraved watch for his loyal service to the company. (See picture of uncle Ernest’s watch in gallery). I would appreciate some help in identifying any of the Huggett’s in the picture of the transporting of a Mosquito plane, (Also in the gallery) which I understand was the last one. Finally, can anybody give me a list of all of the Huggett’s that was employed by the company and possibly dates they started and finished employment.

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