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#Name*First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir ForceCommandUnitDateofIncident *See NoteAircraftTypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
1301 BakerCPilot OfficerRNZAFBomber Command75Sqn RNZAF
1944-03-13StirlingIIIEF236AA-JMepal2300GardeningCrashed on landing at Castle Combe
1302 BakerA E FSergeantBomber Command10Sqn
1944-11-28HalifaxIIIMZ789ZA-HMelbourne232EssenCrash landed at Guines {Pas-de-Calais}
1303 BakerR WSergeantBomber Command103Sqn
1944-12-24LancasterING420PM-QElsham Wolds1443KolnCrashed at SindorfKilledVenray War Cemetery
1304 BakerWilliamFlight Lieutenant43159PilotRAFBomber Command105 Sqn
1944-10-04MosquitoXVIML986GB:?Bourn19:30HeilbronnFrom the target to base, the flight was made on one engine and while making ready to land, the Mosquito side-slipped and crashed at 23:29 while approaching the runway, being totally wrecked.Injured
1305 BakerC HSergeantBomber Command115Sqn
1944-03-15LancasterIILL693A4-K2Witchford1934StuttgartKilledDurnbach War Cemetery
1306 BakerE R Wing Commander40660PilotDSO

DFC & Bar

Fighter146 Wing1944-06-16TyphoonIbMN754Killed Beny-Sur-Mer Canadian War Cemetery Reviers France
1307 BakerH SSergeantBomber Command15Sqn
1944-05-11LancasterILL752LS-AMildenhall2236LeuvenCrashed LeuvenKilledLeuven Communal Cemetery
1308 BakerC R HPilot OfficerBomber Command158Sqn
1944-12-09HalifaxIIIHX329NP-YLissett1122Scholven-BuerCrashed and exploded at DorstenKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
1309 BakerLouis Michael GabrielFlight Sergeant4265072nd October 1915 in Brisbane, QueenslandAustralianAir Gunner (Rear)DFM

RAAFBomber Command166 Sqn
1944-06-07LancasterIDV367AS:TKirmington23:59Versailles Railway CommunicationsPossible claim by Ofw Richard Rother 6/NJG4 - Versailles (AE 7): 800m at 02:33. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten). Crashed near St-Cyr-I’-Ecole (Yvelines)KilledClichy Northern Cemetery Plot 16 Row 14 Grave 3Flt Sgt Wright was awarded the DFM whilst with 166 Squadron. Effective 6 June 1944. Gazetted 25 January 1945

Son of Patrick Albert and Catherine Therese Baker, husband of Ruth Marie Baker, of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
1310 BakerF RSergeantBomber Command207Sqn
1944-09-23LancasterIPD318EM-JSpilsby1902MunsterKilledApeldoorn {Ugchelen-Heidehof} General Cemetery
1311 BakerGSergeantBomber Command207Sqn
1944-07-07LancasterIIIND567EM-VSpilsby2245St-LeuCrashed at Sancourt {Oise}PoW
1312 BakerA SFlight LieutenantPilotFighter34 Wing1944-06-23MustangIAG519Sortie
1313 BakerRoy BarryFlying Officer1513601915NavigatorBomber Command44Sqn
1944-01-01LancasterIW4831KM-CDunholme Lodge2350BerlinThe aircraft was heading in a westerly direction and exploded in the air at 150ft approximately 1km North of the village Lynow. The Burgermeister went to the scene of the crash and saw what he believed to be five bodies, possibly two more taking into account the smashed limbs which were strewn about. The police at Juterbog were notified by telephone and a Luftwaffe team arrived to investigate. They ordered the Burgermeister to bury the crew and he was also present at the burial on 3 Jan 1944. (Extract from Berlin Detachment No 4 MREU report to the Air Ministry dated 20 Oct 1947)KilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery Coll.Grave 2.C.7-10 Flying as second Navigator

Son of Edward John and Elizabeth Ann Baker; husband of Sheila Wendy Baker, of Hastings, Sussex
1314 BakerAlbert CharlesPilot Officer158259Wireless Operator/Air GunnerDFC

RAFVRBomber Command44 Sqn
1944-07-01LancasterIME574KM:PDunholme Lodge15:45TrainingOn return to base on completion of the training exercise the throttles jammed and while trying to go round again the Lancaster crashed at 16:30 into a small Spinney some 2 miles SW of the airfield.SurvivedAwarded the DFC whilst with 44 Sqn. London Gazette 30th June 1944
1315 BakerFrancis WilliamPilot Officer54076Age 20BritishPilotRAFBomber Command460 Sqn RAAF
1944-05-03LancasterIIIJB741AR:JRAF Binbrook, Lincolnshire21:56Mailly-le-CampSee Archive report for detailsKilledDommartin-Lettree Churchyard Collective grave 2-3
Courtesy Mark Rogers

1316 BakerC TSergeantBomber Command463Sqn RAAF
1317 BakerCFlying OfficerBomber Command49Sqn
1944-07-07LancasterILL976EA-AFiskerton2221St-LeuCrashed at Beauvoir-en-Lyons KilledMarissel French National Cemetery
1318 BakerT CSergeantBomber Command49Sqn
1944-03-30LancasterIIIJB314EA-QFiskerton2210NurnbergCrashed Sant QuotshausenKilledHannover War Cemetery
1319 BakerK RSergeantBomber Command514Sqn
1944-06-12LancasterIDS818JI-QWaterbeach2311GelsenkirchenCrashed at NunspeetKilledErmelo {Nunspeet} General Cemetery
1320 BakerA DSergeantBomber Command550Sqn
1944-07-12LancasterIIILM647BQ-SNorth Killingholme2130RevignyCrashed at Vignory {Haute-Marne}KilledVignory Communal Cemetery
1321 BakerArthur C HSergeantBomber Command57Sqn
1944-07-07LancasterIIILM522DX-GEast Kirkby2218St-Leu Crashed near Envermeu {Seine-Maritime} Killed St-Nicolas d'Aliermont French Military Cemetery Archive Report
1322 BakerDFlying OfficerBomber Command576Sqn
1944-09-24LancasterIPD235UL-N2Elsham Wolds1635CalaisCrashed target areaKilledBoulogne Easter Cemetery
1323 BakerA SSergeantBomber Command576Sqn
1944-01-05LancasterIIIND416UL-G2Elsham WoldsStettinCrashed at PasewalkKilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery
1324 BakerHoward WarburtonFlight Lieutenant151315NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command582 Sqn
1944-08-09LancasterIIIPB1236O:OLittle Staughton06:30le Havre – Strong Points near garrisonPilot Officer Mackenzie reported: “At 7.15am on 8 September 1944, the plane came in over Le Havre under the cloud with a base of 5,000 feet. The Germans opened up with flak hitting us. I was sitting at the side of Johnny (Goddard) in the second pilot’s seat, when there was a crash, the intercom went dead and fire broke out around the wireless operator. There was a second bang right after the first and the whole front cabin filled with smoke and fire. Johnny shouted for full power and then shouted “jump Mac”. I got down and went back to the navigator’s cabin which was full of smoke, and dragged my chute out, then Neville’s, and then shouted into the smoke that we had to get out. A voice shouted OK. I turned back to the front escape hatch with two figures behind me, which might have been Neville and Howard. When I reached the hatch, it was open and Alan De Beer was just jumping. I went straight out over his heels. After my chute opened I could see the plane with all of the fuselage on fire flying on, until it disappeared into cloud. I looked below and saw another chute, Alan De Beer. After coming down some distance, I heard a crash which I assumed was the plane hitting the ground, but could not see any more chutesKilledSte Marie Cemetery Le Havre Division 67 Row G Grave 9.
1325 BakerFrederick JohnFlying Officer1465941905Air Gunner (Rear)RAFVRBomber Command619 Sqn
1944-05-21LancasterINN695PG:XDunholme Lodge22:58DuisburgIt is reported that the aircraft was shot down by an intruder over East Anglia. The aircraft crashed near RAF East Wretham airfield.

Uffz. Eberhard Baier, his 5th Abschuss, from 6./KG51 claimed a Liberator 20 km north of Bury St.Edmunds at 600m at 02:51 hrs. However it was probable that this was Lancaster NN695 (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (12 May 1944 - 23 July 1944) Part 3 - Theo Boiten)
KilledCambridge City Cemetery Grave 13964Son of Julius Stafford Baker and Charlotte Mary Baker; husband of Gertrude Queenie Ingram Baker, of Westcliff-on-Sea, Essex
1326 BakerA KFlying OfficerBomber Command619Sqn
1327 BakerG APilot OfficerBomber Command619Sqn
1944-06-21LancasterIIINE151PG-WDunholme Lodge2310WesselingKilledRheinberg War Cemetery
1328 BakerF BFlight SergeantBomber Command626Sqn
1944-04-24LancasterIIIED424UM-E2Wickenby2113KarlsruheCrashed Haquenau {Bas-Rhin}KilledHaquenau French National Cemetery
1329 BakerR CSergeantBomber Command75Sqn RNZAF
1944-07-24LancasterIHK568AA-KMepal2151StuttgartKilledCronenbourg French National {Mixed} Cemetery
1330 BakerH GSergeantBomber Command75Sqn RNZAF
1944-08-25LancasterILL866AA-SMepal2023RusselsheimKilledDurnbach War Cemetery
1331 BakerW GSergeantBomber Command78Sqn
1944-03-24HalifaxIIILW589EY-GBreighton1841BerlinCrashed les Hantes-Rivieres {Ardennes}Killedles Hautes-Rivieres Communal Cem
1332 BakerL JPilot OfficerBomber Command9Sqn
1944-05-22LancasterIIILM519WS-NBardney2242BraunschweigCrashed GerstenKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
1333 BakerR C W GWarrant OfficerBomber Command97Sqn (Straits Settlements)
1944-05-22LancasterIIIND415OF-BConingsby2237BraunschweigCollided with 57 Sqn Lancaster I LL967 at base on returnKilled
1334 BakerH A BFlight LieutenantBomber Command97Sqn (Straits Settlements)
1944-07-30LancasterIIINE121OF-EConingsby545CahagnesCrashed near St-LoKilled
1335 BakerCFlight SergeantBomber Command97Sqn (Straits Settlements)
1944-06-21LancasterIIIND451OF-LConingsby2325Scholven-BuerCrashed at GriethPoW
1336 BakerAlwyn RoyceLeading Aircraftman439637AustraliaRAAF15 Service Flying Training School RCAF1944-07-20RAAF Honour Roll
1337 BakerRobert MintonFlight Sergeant413939AustraliaRAAF156Sqn RAF
1944-03-02RAAF Honour Roll
1338 BakerLouis Michael GabrielFlight Sergeant426507AustraliaRAAF166Sqn RAF
1944-06-08RAAF Honour Roll
1339 BakerJohn AlbertFlying Officer420808AustraliaRAAF207Sqn RAF
1944-11-11RAAF Honour Roll
1340 BakerWilliam "Bill"Flying OfficerJ2329122nd October 1919 in Redwood Falls, Minnesota, USAAmericanPilotMiD

RCAFNo. 38 Wing, Royal Air Force570 Sqn RAF
1944-09-23StirlingIVEF298V8:TRAF Harwell, Berkshire14:34Operation "Market Garden"Hit by flak shortly after leaving the Drop Zone near EdeKilledArnhem Oosterbeek War Cemetery Coll.Grave 31.A. 2-7
MiD awarded with effect 14th June 1945 for Distinguished services rendered whilst serving with the RCAF, overseas. Promulgated in the London Gazette 21st September 1945.

Son of Louis Henry and Winifred (née Peavey) Baker of Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA. His father predeceased him in May 1937
1341 BakerNFlying OfficerBomb AimerRAFVRBomber Command115 Sqn
1944-04-25LancasterIND800KO-CRAF Witchford, Cambridgeshire2200Karlsruhe, GermanyThe aircraft sustained damage as a result of flak and an enemy night fighter. Three crew were injured but the aircraft was successfully brought back and landed at RAF Manston.Survived - Injured
1342 BakerGeorge F Jr1st LtO-796642USAPilotUSAAF358th Fighter Group368th Fighter Squadron
1944-09-11P-51 Mustang2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1343 BakerGeorge F JrCaptainO-796642USAPilotUSAAF358th Fighter Group368th Fighter Squadron
1944-11-02P-51 Mustang0.5 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1344 BakerGeorge F JrCaptainO-796642USAPilotUSAAF358th Fighter Group368th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-31P-51 Mustang2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1345 BakerGordon E MajorO-424705USAPilotUSAAF56th Fighter Group62nd Fighter Squadron
1944-07-04P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1346 BakerHarry B CaptainO-733780USAPilotUSAAF20th Fighter Group: Loco Busters55th Fighter Squadron
1944-06-30P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1347 BakerHarry F CaptainO-792788USAPilotUSAAF404th Fighter Group506th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-17P-47 Thunderbolt`1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1348 BakerIrvin C 1st LtO-746018USAPilotUSAAF20th Fighter Group77th Fighter Squadron
1944-05-12P-38 Lightning1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1349 BakerMaurice F CaptainO-730333USAPilotUSAAF357th Fighter Group362nd Fighter Squadron
1944-05-12P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
1350 BakerRay G 1st LtO-559051USAPilotUSAAF355th Fighter Group358th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-05P-51 Mustang2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)

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