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Aircrew Remembered is a large site covering many different subjects, including a huge collection of personal histories of aircrew from many nations and all eras. Each story was researched by us and represents a memorial to the lives mentioned and - obviously - each means something deeply personal to family members and friends. But you can also explore these stories and be touched and amazed yourself; find them under the Personal Histories menu. You can add your story of a friend or loved one by contacting us via the Helpdesk: our research team is waiting!

Check the databases where we have over 1 million personal entries! In many cases an entry in a single database will lead you onto related items in Personal Histories or in other databases, thus forming a web of information. Then check through the menus to find even more material. This is a site that rewards exploration. Enjoy!

This page shows all the lists we have made - and continue to make - on our site to make your research easier (this is a work-in-progress: we are in the process of adding thousands of pages to these lists, so bear with us as we complete this task). For example, if you are interested in Australians, click that list. Of course, you'll find many entries in several lists: a Lancaster lost with a Canadian pilot, an Aussie navigator and with one crew member taken prisoner of war will appear in 4 lists. The advantage of this is that it makes cross-referencing much easier. We hope you find the fruits of our efforts helpful.  Kelvin Youngs Director Aircrew Remembered

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