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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
151 AllanFrances Frederick GeorgePilot OfficerJ19942PilotRCAFBomber Command166Sqn
1944-02-19LancasterIIIDV220AS-JRAF Kirmington, Lincolnshire2321Leipzig, Germany Shot down and crashed near Krahne, Brandenburg, Germany KilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery. Grave ref: 8.K.12Paradie Archive DatabaseRead Archive Report
152 AllanJ LFlying OfficerJ/19586PilotDFC

1944-11-03TyphoonIbMN702FForce landed at Zuid BevelandDoWSchoonselhof Cemetery BelgiumParadie Archive Database
153 AllanJames McGregorFlight SergeantR9318816th February 1918 in Aberdeen, ScotlandCanadianWireless Operator/Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command207Sqn
1942-11-25LancasterIR5695EM:GLangar15:04HaselunneLost without traceMiARunnymede Memorial Panel 102Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of James McGregor and Jane Christie (née Tevendale) Allen of Mimico, Ontario, Canada
154 AllanW CFlight LieutenantRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1943-12-16LancasterIIIJB477LQ-OGransden Lodge1636BerlinCrashed near GraveleyDied of Injury 28/12/43Oxford (Botley) Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
155 AllanJFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1945-01-07LancasterIII PB229LQ-XGransden Lodge1950MunchenBelieved collided in air with 635 Sqn Aircraft 19KK SSE of NurnbergKilled Paradie Archive Database
156 AllanW BSergeantRCAFBomber Command408Sqn RCAF
1944-12-23HalifaxVIINP781EQ-ULinton on Ouse1134LohausenKilledVenray War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
157 AllanJames Arthur LaurenceSergeantR802358th November 1922 in Winnipeg, ManitobaCanadianFlight EngineerRCAFBomber Command419 (Moose) Sqn, RCAF
1943-04-28HalifaxIIJB923VR:QMiddleton St George20:42GardeningSet course for the Silverthorne (Codename for the Kattegat Region) Area. Claimed by Lt. Werner Speidel from 10./NJG3 over the sea 50km. NW of Hjörrin at 01:29 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (1 January - 22 June) 1943 Part 1 - Theo Boiten)KilledRunnymede Memorial 186Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of James Alexander and Marion Emma (née West) Allan, of St. James, Manitoba, Canada.
158 AllanJ WFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command424Sqn RCAF
1945-03-07LancasterING346QB-NSkipton on Swale1645DessauKilledRheinberg War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
159 AllanRalph GrantPilot OfficerJ/16754CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command432Sqn RCAF
1943-05-28WellingtonXHE294QO-PSkipton on Swale02:12EssenShot down by Bf-110 nightfighter of Stab IV./NJG 1KilledRunnymede Memorial, Panel 175Accident report
160 AllanRFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command433Sqn RCAF
1944-11-21HalifaxIIIMZ284BM-TSkipton on Swale1613Castrop-RauxelKilledReichswald Forest War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
161 AllanJFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command434Sqn RCAF
1943-10-04HalifaxVDK250IP-WTholthorpe1750FrankfurtCrashed in English ChannelKilledParadie Archive Database
162 AllanR ESergeantRCAFBomber Command626Sqn
1944-01-30LancasterIME587UM-X2Wickenby1718BerlinKilledRunnymede Paradie Archive Database
163 AllanWilliam EverittSergeantR/613021917Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command7Sqn
1941-08-25StirlingIN6020MG-BOakington2102KarlsruheThought to have crashed at Trier as the result of a combination of enemy action and bad weather.KilledRheinberg War Cemetery Coll.grave 8.F.6-9Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of Frederick William and Margaret Allan, of Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada
164 AllanMcKSergeantRCAFBomber Command9Sqn
1943-01-30LancasterIIIED481WS-NWaddington2350HamburgCrashed NW of HelmsleyKilledDIshforth Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
165 AllanK T PFlight SergeantR73769Bomber Command420Sqn RCAF
1943-04-16WellingtonXHE682PT-TMiddleton St George2114MannheimExploded W of Wellin BelgiumPoW
166 AllanK T PSergeantR73769Bomber Command420Sqn RCAF
1943-04-10WellingtonXHE422PT-Middleton St GeorgeFrankfurtAbandoned vicinity of Tenby
167 AllanJSergeantBomber Command428Sqn RCAF
1943-10-03HalifaxVEB210NA-EMiddleton St George1848KasselWrecked after landing Tangmere
168 AllanFrancis BarkerPilot Officer409786AustraliaRAAF419Sqn RCAF
1943-09-06RAAF Honour Roll
169 AllanJames Arthur LaurenceSergeantR80235CanadianFlight EngineerRCAFBomber Command419 (Moose) Sqn, RCAF
1943-03-28HalifaxIIDT669VR:?Middleton St George19:41St-NazaireAfter being caught in searchlights the aircraft was turned over by a burst of flak. Captain gave the order to abandon the aircraft and the Bomb Aimer baled out. The Rear Gunner was on the point of bailing out when the Captain regained control at 7,000 ft. Only the Bomb Aimer bailed out. The aircraft returned to base landing at 02:08 hrsSafe/KiA 28 April 1943419 Sqn, Halifax II, JB923
170 BulleyGordon HenryWarrant Officer class IR/124688CanadianWireless Operator/Air GunnerDFC
RCAFCoastal Command172Sqn
1944-08-27WellingtonXIVNB798OG-BRAF Chivenor17:26Anti-SubmarineShot down by anti aircraft fire from U-534 during night attack runSurvived & rescuedAccident report
171 AllenFrankSergeant Air GunnerR/87266RCAFBomber Command102Sqn (Ceylon)
1942-12-11HalifaxIIW7933DY-D RAF Pocklington. East Riding of Yorkshire 1654Torino Crashed at Hawnby Moor, North Riding of Yorkshire KilledBarmby-on-the-Moor (St. Catherine) Churchyard, East Riding of Yorkshire - Row B. Grave 6Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
172 AllenSSergeantRCAFBomber Command115Sqn
1943-10-18LancasterIIDS683KO-RLittle Snoring1815HannoverCrashed on return to baseKilledCambridge City CemeteryParadie Archive Database
173 AllenT WFlight LieutenantJ/15015PilotRCAFFighter121Sqn
1942-05-31SpitfireVbW3645RoadsteadKilledRunnymede Memorial United KingdomParadie Archive Database
174 AllenB PPilot OfficerRCAFBomber Command158Sqn
1943-08-23HalifaxIIHR725NP-CLissett1959BerlinCrashed near SoltauPoWParadie Archive Database
175 AllenW W JSergeantRCAFBomber Command166Sqn
1943-12-16LancasterIIILM385AS-Kirmington1625BerlinCrashed Caistor LincsKilledCambridge City CemeteryParadie Archive Database
176 AllenH GWarrant OfficerR78939RCAFBomber Command196Sqn
1943-03-29WellingtonXHE385ZO-MLeconfield1944Bochum?KilledRunnymedeParadie Archive Database
177 AllenJWarrant OfficerPilotRCAFFighter198Sqn
1944-01-01TyphoonIbAttack on Boulogne HarbourCrash landed at Manston on return Paradie Archive Database
178 AllenR A HFlying OfficerJ/85623RCAFFighter406Sqn RCAF
1945-03-23MosquitoNF30MM740PatrolKilled Weerselo Roman Catholic Cemetery NetherlandsParadie Archive Database
179 AllenA GFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command408Sqn RCAF
1945-03-07Halifax VIINP718EQ-BLinton on Ouse1843HemmingstedtCrashed at NordhastedtKilledKiel War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
180 AllenJ BSergeantRCAFBomber Command424Sqn RCAF
1944-03-30HalifaxIIILV944QB-USkipton on Swale2159NurnbergCrashed FalkensteinKilledDurnbach War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
181 AllenH LPilot OfficerJ/86427CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command428Sqn RCAF
1944-01-20HalifaxVDK237NA-LMiddleton St George1932MagdeburgThe aircraft was damaged so badly by flak fire that the crew had to parachute. According to other sources, it is also possible that the damage to the machine caused by an attack by a German night fighter. With the autopilot turned on, the Halifax flew to the Alps, where it crashed on the rock face below the Kreuzkarspitze (2,591m). Over time, the debris slipped into the underlying KreuzkarseePoW No. 270001, Stalag 4B Muhlberg (Elbe) Paradie Archive Database
182 AllenJ AFlight LieutenantRCAFBomber Command432Sqn RCAF
1944-01-01LancasterIIDS739QO-YEast Moor2354BerlinKilledBerlin 1939-1945 War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
183 AllenJ AFlight LieutenantRCAFBomber Command432Sqn RCAF
1943-12-16LancasterIIDS832QO-KEast Moor1657BerlinAbandoned near Whitby YorksParadie Archive Database
184 AllenJohn FrancisPilot OfficerJ/865165 December 1914CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command61 Sqn
1944-02-19LancasterIME591QR-CConingsby2343LeipzigAirborne collision with unknown aircraftKilledRheinburg War Cemetery Plot 9 Row A Grave 12Paradie Archive DatabaseThe crew were initially buried in Wetscherweisen Military Cemetery Diepholz. They were buried with the crew belonging to 514 Squadron Lancaster DS823.

(Extract from report from No4 MREU no name or dated) After several days of search I found a witness, Burgomeister Gabe of Essern who was able to guide me to the woods of a Lancaster. Burgomeister Gabe says that at 01:30 on Sunday 20 February 1944, two aircraft collided in mid air. None of the fragments were collected by the Luftwaffe, but they were unable to move tell section which was still at the scene of the crash. It was definitely a part of DS825 [sic] as they ....... were damaged registration numbers reading “D.S.” on one side and 82 on the other side. It was a complete tail section so there is no doubt that it was a Lancaster. Policeman Eserwych of Law confirmed date and other details of the crash from his diary.

Note: 514 Sqn lost 3 aircraft on this night DS736/DS823/LL681

Son of John Wynn Allen and Mary Frances Allen, of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
185 AllenEric AlexanderSergeantR12872114th June 1920, Herschel, SaskatchewanCanadianAir Gunner (Mid Upper)RCAFBomber Command7 Sqn
1943-04-10StirlingIR9275MG:YOakington23:27FrankfurtProbable claim by Flakgruppe Saar, 1./schw. Flak Abt. 742, 4./schw. Flak Abt.365 and 3./schw. Flak Abt. 637 coming down at Koerich, 14km WNW of 04:00 hrs.

As far as it can be deduced this crew were the only Bomber Command crew to lose their lives in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg during 1943 (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (1 January - 22 June) 1943 Part 1 - Theo Boiten)
KilledLuxembourg (Hollerich) Communal Cemetery, Coll. grave 12-17
Paradie Archive DatabaseSon of William and Emily Beatrice (née Ford) Allen from Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Posthumously commissioned and promoted to Plt.Off with Service No. J92604
186 AllenAFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command90Sqn
1944-06-12LancasterILM158WP-PTuddenham2331Gelsenkirchen Crashed near Eerbeek {Gelderland} KilledBrummen {Hal} General Cemetery

Photo courtesy Johan Pauwels
Paradie Archive Database Archive Report Notes
187 AllenEverett BrockFlight Lieutenant PilotC/23502CanadaRCAFBomber CommandNo. 3 Service Flying Training School1945-05-16Avro AnsonV12478Not knownRCAF Currie Field, Calgary, CanadaTake off time not known - crash time 1530Ferry FlightAircraft malfunction - Crashed 7.5 miles NNW Ponoka, Alberta, CanadaKilledCalgary (Burnsland) Cemetery. Lot 20. Block 1. Sec. B
Paradie Archive DatabaseRead Archive Report
188 AllenBasil DerrikSergeant10215451920Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command149Sqn (East India)
1942-11-16StirlingIW7566OJ-CLakenheath1721GardeningOn the night of 16/17 November Oberleutnant Reinhald Knacke and his bordfunker, Unteroffizier Heu of 1./NJG1 destroyed a Short Stirling when 65 aircraft were engaged in ‘Gardening’ operations from Lorient to the Friesian Islands, Short Stirling I W7566 OJ-C on 149 Squadron flown by Sergeant Thomas Anderson West and two Wellingtons tailed to return from the night’s operations. The Stirling had taken oft from Lakenheath at 1721 hours. Leu picked it up on his Li set at 16,350 feet at 4,000 yards distant. Knacke peered out in the direction of the plot but could not see him for the vision of the human eye in the dark is not more than 100 to 200 yards. His nerves were at breaking point but West was still flying calmly towards the defence zone and would only be at action stations once the first searchlight was turned on. West was taking no avoiding action. Knacke gave full throttle and rapidly closed the distance. Suddenly Heu reported anew contact at 2,000 yards distance as another Viermot crossed their field slowly, from north to south. For a moment Knacke was undecided which opponent to pursue and then he decided on the nearest Viermot. The enemy machine had begun to weave and was now travelling on the Li set alternately from port to starboard and back. Heu gave Knacke the final Li readings but three pairs of eves scanned the sky in vain for his shadow. Knacke finally shot the Stirling down into the sea off Vielle-Sce-Gironde. In his excitement Knacke fired immediately into the full petrol tanks. Flight Sergeant Cecil Robert McMullin RCAF the rear gunner lost his head, abandoned his machine guns and bailed out, landing right in the propeller of Knacke’s 110, There was a dull thud, which made the Messerschmitt shudder. The engine began to vibrate so badly that Knacke had to shut it down. He landed his clumsy 110 at Venlo on one engine. Mechanics rushed over and lit up the machine. By the light of their torches they could still see traces of blood and hair on the propeller. Strips of uniform were hanging on the antennae of the Li. The fate of the Canadian gunner upset everyone. McMullin was buried at Hourtin Communal Cemetery while the body of Sergeant Herbert Carter, the only other bady that was recovered from the sea was laid to rest at Vielle-Ste-Gironde Communal Cemetery. All the other members of the crew have no known grave and are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial. Extract from Nachtjagd Defenders of the Reich 1940-1943 (Martin W Bowman)KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 77 Son of Basil Douglas Allen and Marion Allen, of High Green, Sheffield
189 AllenSergeantBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1941-10-24WellingtonIcW5489LQ-APocklington1828FrankfurtHit by flak returned to base
190 AllenLawrence ArnoldFlight LieutenantJ1476927th June 1917, Edmonton, AlbertaCanadianFlight EngineerDFC

RCAFBomber Command405 Sqn RCAF
1944-04-27LancasterIIIJA976LQ:SGransden Lodge00:01Montzen railway yards, BelgiumSee archive report for detailsKilledWebbekom Churchyard Grave 5
191 AllenD ASergeantBomber Command408Sqn RCAF
1943-02-02HalifaxIIDT682EQ-FTransitCrash landed at Long DinningtonInjured
192 AllenF JSergeantBomber Command424Sqn RCAF
193 AllenA GSergeantBomber Command429Sqn RCAF
1943-01-26WellingtonIIIBK163AL-HEast Moor1717Lorient?KilledRunnymede
194 AllenJWarrant Officer971456Bomber Command429Sqn RCAF
1943-06-22WellingtonXHZ312AL-East Moor2328Mulheim?KilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
195 AllenErnest JamesFlying OfficerJ/20587CanadianPilotRCAF2 TAF439Sqn RCAF
1944-08-12TyphoonIbMN5535V-KB.9 Lantheuil, FranceArmed recceHit by flakKilledBretteville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery, Xvii. F. 16. France
Accident report
196 AllenJoseph CletusFlying OfficerC/6555CanadianAir GunnerRCAFEastern Air Command34 OTU RCAF1943-08-10VenturaVFN973RCAF Pennfield Ridge20:55TrainingCrashed into Bay of FundyMissingOttawa Memorial, Panel 2. Column 3. Canada
Accident report
197 AllenbyT PSergeantRCAFBomber Command26 OTU
1942-09-10WellingtonICDV867?-EWing2100DusseldorfCrashed between Stramproy & Hunsel HollandKilledJonkerbos War CemeteryParadie Archive Database
198 AlleynF RWarrant Officer Class 1RCAFBomber Command426Sqn RCAF
1944-02-19LancasterIIDS776OW-ALinton on Ouse2354LeipzigCrashed at Valkenswaard {Noord-Brabant}KilledWoensel General Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
199 AllinG JFlying Officer154550Fighter418Sqn RCAF
1944-09-30MosquitoVINS906RangerKilledRunnymede Memorial United Kingdom
Mosquito NS906 on 30-09-1944 crashed in Grib Forest southeast of Mårum, Sjælland, Denmark. Both aviators died. The Germans refused to report where they buried the bodies. To this day, the graves have not been found. In 1945 the Danes erected a memorial stone in Grib Forest. See LOST - Rob Philips Memorial Archive on this site
200 AllisonH D CFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command626Sqn
1944-08-27LancasterIME742UM-B2Wickenby2051StettinCrashed in SwedenInternedParadie Archive DatabaseParadie Archive

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