Wartime Heritage The Wartime Heritage Association is committed to remembering our wartime heritage and history, honouring the Veterans who returned, and remembering the fallen. 440 Productions Stage and Video Production Initiatives of the Wartime Heritage Association The Association changed its name from440 Productions Association to the Wartime Heritage Association in 2007 to better reflect the remembrance work the group does. To view the history and detail our stage and video productions click the 440 Productions link on the navigation bar
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Looking Back When the January TAG magazine reported that 440 Productions Association was on tour in Britain and had been invited to perform at our Lee Saturday Social, our editor wrote, “it should be a really good evening”.  How right he was. It was a superb, and the next day, without exception, the comments were, “wasn’t it supper, smashing evening, best we’ve ever had.”   Read more The Palembang Nine Ivor Barker and William MacRae (Telegraphist Air Gunners) In January 1945, air strikes were made against the Japanese held oil refineries at Palembang by the British Pacific Fleet, the largest ever assembled. After the attacks, the refineries were completely out of action for two months and remained at a much reduced capacity for the remainder of the war losing two thirds of their oil production.  The British Pacific Fleet lost forty-one aircraft and the Japanese sixty-eight aircraft during the attacks.   .... Read more
The Wartime Heritage Association is a proud member of the First World War Centenary Partnership Programme The First World War Centenary Partnership is led by the Imperial War Museum; a vibrant global initiative of cultural events and activities, and online resources, connecting current and future generations with the lives, stories and impact of the First World War. Across the world, nations, communities and individuals of all ages will come together to mark, commemorate and remember the lives of those who lived, fought and died in the First World War.
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