False identification carried by A. G. Stacey ("Francois Bierna") while evading capture. This card was forged by the Belgian Underground Resistance using the photo provided in Stacey's escape kit. May 1944
Message received by Stacey's mother from the R.C.A.F., stating that Flight Officer (F/O) Stacey had been reported missing. April 30, 1944.
This D-ring ("Rip-cord") was used by G. Stacey to parachute out of his Halifax Bomber. He was attacked by German night fighters over Maastricht, Holland, on his way to bomb a marshalling yard and viaduct at Montzen, Belgium
"I landed in a ploughed field and buried my parachute and started to walk in a southwesterly direction. My idea being to get as far away from the scene of the crash possible"