I managed to complete the third of the documents produced by Redditch manufacturers showing their work during WW2 for today, VE Day.
This concerns the new factory built by BSA on the Studley Road to manufacture the BESA machine gun for the British military. They had the contract in early 1938 and began building the same year. By July 1939 they had produced the first working machine gun off the production line.
This document was produced by the BSA to mark that event and I scanned it to images about 10 years ago for a WW2 event. I do not have an original version and so I am not sure if I have the correct page order.nevertheless, from the images I produced a PDF and, converted that to a ‘flip book’.
You can find and read these documents from Britannia Batteries, the Royal Enfield and the BSA at: