Mr. Randall's Caterpillar Club Card, 1943. These cards were issued to airmen who had to parachute out of their planes. Mr. Randall was shot down over Germany and was approached by a German farmer when he landed
After being shot down, Mr. Randall was held at the German POW camp, Stalag Luft III, for seven months. Close to the end of the war, the prisoners, including Mr. Randall, were on a forced march and many prisoners died
Wallace Randall's wartime diary. In this entry he describes his trip to England after leaving Halifax on July , 1941. The water was rough and he was sea sick. He describes himself as a poor sailor
Mr. Randall was given this map when he arrived in England in August 1941. This map of Italy printed on silk was part of his Air Force kit
Wallace Bruce Randall receiving a medal in 1994
"I decided I’d better get out of there. I was all set to try a crash land, but I didn’t know the terrain."