Letters and photos of Edward Nicklen, 1941

Edward Nicklen on his wedding-day, 1941 | Contributed to Letter in the Attic by Edward Nicklen
Edward Nicklen on his wedding-day, 1941
Contributed to Letter in the Attic by Edward Nicklen
Men in bathing-suits, one of a set of photos related to Frederick George Flude | Contributed to Letter in the Attic by Edward Nicklen
Men in bathing-suits, one of a set of photos related to Frederick George Flude
Contributed to Letter in the Attic by Edward Nicklen

Edward Nicklen served with the RAF during World War Two and was based in Gosport. His wife, Gwendolen Alfreda Nicklen, nee Flude (1922-1999) was a nurse based in Brighton.

The couple got married in 1941 in Hangleton.  Edward Nicklen has contributed letters and a photo related to the wedding to Letter in the Attic.

Photos from World War One

Edward Nicklen’s father-in-law was Frederick George Flude (1895-1934). He left nearly 100 photos of World War One soldiers, most of which appear to be taken on the south coast of England.  A selection of these have also been scanned and contributed to Letter in the Attic.

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