Yale historian, James Rogers, has been researching Joseph Kennedy’s last fateful mission, ‘Operation Anvil’, which resulted in his plane exploding over Blythburgh in Suffolk.
Joe had completed his required 25 combat missions and was eligible to return home, where he was expected by many to be the next US President. He instead volunteered for this tragic mission.
James has produced two documentaries; one on Joe Kennedy’s final flight, the other on Butterfly Bombs. Both use findings from his visit to Parham Airfield Museum and we feature in the documentaries. The documentaries can be viewed by clicking the links below:-