As experience has told me, sometimes you have to look in the least obvious of places to find the most interesting information about WWII airfields.
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A good general search:
http://hansard.millbanksystems.com/sear ... cade=1940s
Some example finds:
German Prisoners Attempted Escape
Access to Aerodromes (Kid's stealing parts)
Money paid for land acquisition for Abbotsinch? aerodrome, money wasted and complaints.
Defence of RAF Aerodromes
Disposal of airfields (Northern Ireland)
Airfields open to private flying
Damage and stolen fittings from RAF Silverstone
Installation of FIDO at London aiport
Seco huts at RAF Bibury