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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
201 BlickClaude Wynter ArthurPilot Officer411732AustraliaRAAF36 OTU RCAF1942-06-25RAAF Honour Roll
202 BloxwichJames HenrySergeant1432654ObserverRAFVRBomber Command431Sqn RCAF
1943-05-29WellingtonXHE203SE-HRAF Burn, Yorkshire2310WuppertalCrashed Heers, BelgiumKilledJonkerbos War Cemetery. Grave 12.H.2 Read Archive Report
203 BlundellCecil LeonardFlight Sergeant1602657W/Op/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command35Sqn (Madras Presidency)
1944-12-24LancasterIIIPB366TL-SRAF Graveley, Cambridgeshire1535Koln See archive report for further details KilledShirley (Hollybrook) Cemetery. Sec. M. 12. Grave 41 Read Archive Report
204 BlundenArthur ThomasSergeant Flight Engineer1811667RAFVRBomber Command514Sqn
1944-05-19LancasterILL641JI-KRAF Waterbeach, Cambridgeshire2230le Mans Crashed Chippenham Cambridgeshire on return KilledCambridge City Cemetery. Grave 13764. Read Archive Report
205 Bodie Crelin Arthur W. ("Bogle")PilotFighter Command66Sqn

11KIFA 24 February 1942
206 BodyA. RobertFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command419Sqn RCAF
1944-06-12LancasterXKB726VR-A RAF Middleton St. George, County Durham 2144CambraiShot down by night fighter piloted by Friedrich Thörl - Crashed at Gaudiempre EvaderNone Paradie Archive DatabaseRead Archive Report

207 BoeseFrank ArthurSergeant1293282Age 22NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command75Sqn RNZAF
1943-02-03StirlingIR9250AA-WRAF Newmarket, Suffolk1821Hamburg See archive report for further details KilledAmersfoort (Oud Leusden) General Cemetery Plot 13. Row 5. Grave 92
Archive Report
208 BoettcherArthur HaroldFlight Sergeant414305AustralianAir Gunner (Rear)RAAFBomber Command467Sqn RAAF
1944-01-01LancasterIIILM372PO-KRAF Waddington23:24BerlinSee Archive report for detailsKiAHanover War Cemetery, Germany. Grave 1.G.12
209 BoettcherArthur HaroldFlight Sergeant414305AustraliaRAAF467Sqn RAAF
1944-01-02RAAF Honour Roll
210 BohnArthur ReginaldSergeant1415741W/Op/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command428Sqn RCAF
1943-09-22HalifaxVLK635NA-H RAF Middleton St. George, County Durham 1828Hannover See archive report for full details Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 143Age: 22
Read Archive Report
211 BoldersonJosephFlight Lieutenant129941Age ?Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command100Sqn
1943-05-27LancasterIIIED821HW-ARAF Grimsby, Lincolnshire2232Essen See archive report for further details PoW No: 1442 Camp: Stalag Luft Sagan and BelariaNone Read Archive Report
212 BolterAlec JohnFlying Officer184364Age 27PilotRAFVRBomber Command49Sqn
1945-01-07LancasterIII PB586EA-VRAF Fulbeck, Lincolnshire1650MunchenSee archive report for further informationKilledVilleneuve-St-Georges Old Communal Cemetery, France. Coll. Grave 104Son of Henry and Ellen (née Clements) Bolter and younger brother of Marjorie, Doris, Ethel, and Arthur Bolter of Bennington, Hertfordshire. Further information: Born on the 24th of August 1918 and known as “Jack” by family and friends. Educated at Alleynes School, he played cricket as a member of the X1 team also excelling at chess, becoming secretary of the school chess and draughts club. After leaving school he was employed by Reekes and Goode of Hertford and in less than three years had become a licentiate of the Institute of auctioneers and estate agents, having passed all his exams with honours. In 1939 Alec was called up and stationed at a searchlight station in South Wales where he met his future wife. However he found it tedious and in 1941 transferred to the RAF. When he was due to be posted to the USA for pilot training, via Toronto, completing the course in just over a year (training in an AT-6 Texan plane) and proudly wearing his wings. He married Dorothy Cook in June 1942 at Caerleon, Newport, Monmouthshire before being posted onto an Instructors course, a position that left him bored and hoping for operational duties. He completed his training with distinction and went on to become a pilot instructor until October 1944 when he joined 49 Squadron.
213 BonRobert RTechnical SergeantFlight Sergeant16116511AmericanRadio OperatorAM (3 Oak Leaf Cluster)


USAAF8th Air Force327th Bombardment Squadron (H), 92nd Bombardment Group (H)1945-04-17B-17G44-8903UX:GPodington (Station #109), Bedfordshire, EnglandDresden (Mission #957), GermanySee Archive report for detailsKiAArdennes American Cemetery Plot C, Row 18, Grave 9
214 BondJohn Arthur BeavisSergeant1315562Bomb AimerRAFVRBomber Command7Sqn
1942-08-15StirlingIN3705MG:FRAF Oakington01:25Gardening - Nectarines RegionLast heard on w/t at 0458 hours indicating that the a/c was over a built up area asking for a course. The captain elected to make an emergency landing. The aircraft eventually came to rest in an open field near Loevestein Castle at Gorinchem Netherlands. Believed to have been written off as damaged beyond repair, the aircraft was salvaged by the Germans after the emergency landing.PoW No. 25681 Stalag 344 LamsdorfOn the evening of the 5th Sep 1942 the Stirling was flown to Gilze Rijen were it landed at 2000 hours. The next morning at 0515 hrs the Stirling took off again for a flight of about 1 hour. A Junkers Ju88 made "attacks" on the Stirling. In the afternoon of the 18th Sep 1942 the Stirling took off, accompanied by a Dornier Do-217 (KG-2) and left for Germany, Probably to "Die Erprobungsstelle" at Rechlin. The a/c was photographed by the German propaganda magazine Signal when its flying days were over. Three of the engines had been removed, and it appeared to be in the far corner of Rechlin, having suffered another crash landing and was presumably scrapped.
215 BoneArthurSergeant1029629W/Op/Air/GnrRAFVRBomber Command12Sqn
1943-04-20LancasterIED326PH-KRAF WickenbyPMStettin See archive report for further information Missing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 143 Read Archive Report
216 BonikowskyArthurPilot OfficerJ/19770PilotRCAFBomber Command405Sqn RCAF
1944-01-30LancasterIIIND493LQ-SGransden Lodge1717BerlinThe aircraft was outbound when it was hit by flak at 20,000ft and set on fire. It crashed Teschendorf South West of the Dretzsee 15km WSW of Liebenwalde.PoW No. 1173, Dulag Luft/Stalag Luft 6 Heydekrug/Stalag Luft 4 Sagan & Belaria/Stalag 11B Fallingbostal/Stalag 357 Kopernikus Paradie Archive Database
217 BookerRaymond Stanley RoydonSergeant1615924Age 22Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command115Sqn
1945-02-14LancasterIII LM725KO-XRAF Witchford, Cambridgeshire2037Chemnitz See archive report for further details KilledHaveluy Communal Cemetery, France. Collective Grave. Read Archive Report
218 BoomerKenneth ArthurSquadron LeaderC/1220CanadianPilotDFC

Air Medal (USA)
1944-10-22MosquitoVIPZ198RAF Hunsdon, HertfordshireRangerMissingKilledCholoy War Cemetery FranceAccident report
219 BoothmanRobert ArthurSergeant1048079Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command625Sqn
1943-12-03LancasterIDV392CF:QKelstern00:05LeipzigDV392 was claimed as a probable by Hptm. Paul Szameitat, his 23rd Abschuss and the 2nd of four this night, from Stab II./NJG3, between Hanover and Wesendorf at 6.000 m. at 03:25 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (23 September - 31 December) 1943 Part 3 - Theo Boiten). The aircraft exploded in the air, throwing Sqn Ldr. Moody and Plt Off. Jacobs out of the of the aircraft.KiAHanover War Cemetery 8.A.1
Son of Fred and Florence B. Boothman, of Accrington, Lancashire.
220 BorehamRexPte?Age ?PassengerArmyArmy Air Corp2nd SAS Regt.1944-07-23StirlingIVLJ882L9-HRAF Fairford, GloucestershireSOE 'Rupert' See archive report for further details PoW - No further details Read Archive Report
221 BortonJames ArthurFlight Sergeant1575404Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command101Sqn
1943-07-08LancasterIW4275SR-CLudford Magna2237KölnHomebound, shot down by Night Fighter and crashed at Marly-Gomont (Aisne) 14 km ENE of Guise, FrancePoW No. 372, Stalag 3570
222 BostonJack NorthwoodSergeant13853371922Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command640Sqn
1944-03-24HalifaxIIILW430C8-TLeconfield1906BerlinClaim by Oblt Karl-Heinz Seeler 5./JG302 - 10km South of Juterbog: 5,800m at 22:57. Crashed in a field located in Gerbis, near Jessen.KilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 225Son of Cyril Arthur Northwood Boston and Olive Edna Boston.

A member of the crew of Halifax LW430. The remains of five crew members were discovered and reburied in Plot 14, Row K, Grave 8 of Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery in 2005. Unfortunately, it was not possible to identify the individual airmen.

The story of the recovery of the aircraft/crew available on request.
223 BosworthRonald Albert JohnSergeant1807185Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command640 Sqn
1944-08-25HalifaxIIINA578C8:?RAF Leconfield, Yorkshire18:30WattenSee archive report for further informationKilledLonguenesse Souvenir Cemetery (St. Omer). Plot 6. Row C. Collective Grave 2.
224 BourgeoisArthur Edmond QuentinPilot Officer42100Born on the 22nd September 1918New ZealandPilotRAFCoastal Command248Sqn1940-05-20BlenheimIVFP8437WR-?RAF Gosport, HampshireTraining FlightCaught in slipstream of 42 squadron Beaufort I L4501. See archive report for further brief detailsMissing - believed killedRunnymede Memorial. Panel 70

Courtesy Jenifer Lemaire

Son of Albert Edmond and Alice Maud Bourgeois (née Sweetapple), of Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Selected for a short service commission in the RAF 16th March 1939. A total of 199 flying hours logged.
225 BoutleDonald ArthurSergeant922609NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command115Sqn
1941-08-05WellingtonIcR1471KO-TMarham2247MannheimReported to have been shot down by Ltn Hans-Joachim Redlich of I./NJG1. Aircraft believed to have fallen at Glabbeek-Zourbemde some 3km NNE of TirlemontPoW No. 3716 Stalag 357 Reported to have sustained a fractured skull

Promoted to Warrant Officer whilst as PoW
226 BowenDonald JosephSergeant581262ObserverRAFBomber Command150Sqn
1940-05-14BattleIK9483JN-RAF Ecury-sur-Cole, France1520SedanShot down by Bf109's of 2./JG53KilledCholoy War Cemetery Lorraine, France. Coll. grave 1A.A Read Archive Report
227 BowesJohn WilliamSergeant937978Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command9Sqn
1942-11-07LancasterIW4265WS-LRAF Waddington, Lincolnshire1753Genoa, ItalyCollided with another Lancaster over base. Both aircraft crashedKilledDenton (St. Mary) Churchyard County Durham (south side of church) Read Archive Report
228 BowkerRonald Arthur Pilot Officer468941917PilotRAFBomber Command7Sqn
1942-05-19StirlingIW7520MG-SOakington2258MannheimClaimed by Oblt Friedrich Gutezeit 6/NJG1 - Brustem 1km East of St Trond: 3,000m at 02:24.

Oblt Fritz Gutezeit St Kapt 6/NJG1 and his Funker Uffz Januschewski intercepted a homeward bound 7 Sqn Stirling W7520 over Brustem. Their victim exploded, burning wreckage plunged into his Bf110 E-1 (G9+HP) and both crews crashed to their deaths. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives The Early Years - Theo Boiten)
KilledHeverlee War Cemetery Plot 3 Row C Collective Grave 13-16Son of Bertram David Bowker, and of Ellen Robina Bowker, of Horsham, Sussex
229 BowkerBryanFlight Sergeant760351Age 33UKWireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRCoastal Command302 Ferry Training Unit (FTU)1944-06-08SunderlandIIIML858PRAF Oban, Argyllshire2355TrainingCrashed on Gleann Mhor, St. Kilda during navigational exercise flight out of Oban. All ten occupants died in the crashKilledRunnymede Memorial Panel 215.
The crews remains were given full military honours by an RAF Guard of Honour and were committed to the sea between St. Kilda and the island of Boreray. Rev Macleod read the burial service. (Reference: Wartime wrecks on St. Kilda - Rt. Rev. Monsignor John C. Barry, DCL, MA; Chairman of the St. Kilda Club)

Son of Arthur and Ada Emily Bowker and husband of Mary Bowker, of Stockport, Cheshire, England.
230 BowlesArthur JamesSergeant1590669Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command101Sqn
1944-05-03LancasterIIILM467SR-J RAF Ludford Magna. Lincolnshire 2130Mailly-le-CampCrashed Voue {Aube}KilledVou̩ Churchyard. Coll Grave 2. Read Archive Report
231 BoxFrederick Ernest ArthurSergeant1311922Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command102Sqn (Ceylon)
1942-12-08HalifaxIIW7925DY-SRAF Pocklington, Yorkshire1705Gardening (Yams)See archive report for detailsKilledSage War Cemetery. Grave 5.B.14 Read Archive Report
232 BoxallGeorge LascellesSergeant12913811922Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command218Sqn
1942-08-24StirlingIW7562HA-RDownham Market2110FrankfurtThe a/c crashed at 2350 between Thynes and Sovet. It took a while before the Germans could reach the wreck, due to the extreme heat that the fire brought with itKilledGosselies Communal Cemetery Row 1 Collective Grave 33-39The crew was buried with military honour at Thynes (6 km NE or Dinant). The resistance later arrived at the cemetery, threw away the German crowns and laid flowers itself. Photographs were taken and these were sold as support for the Independence Front. The Germans was furious and had the municipality of Thynes excavate the bodies of the eight fallen at their own expense and transfer them to Charleroi. This incident prevented the occupying forces from burying allied casualties locally any longer

Son of William Arthur and Hilda Boxall, of Finsbury Park, Middlesex
233 BoydAllan BernardFlying Officer W/Op Air GunnerJ/46747RCAFBomber Command408Sqn RCAF
1945-04-25Halifax VIINP796EQ-MRAF Linton-on-Ouse1432WangeroogeCollided with Halifax NP820 OW-W from 426 squadronMissingRunnymede Memorial. Panel 278.Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
234 BoydonRonald Arthur BlakeSergeant W/Op Air Gunner1435862RAFVRBomber Command207Sqn
1944-01-20LancasterIR5895EM-BRAF Spilsby, Lincolnshire2011Magdeburg Shot down by night fighter - crashed Dannigkow KilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery. Grave 5.B.29. Read Archive Report
235 BrabbinsEarl StuartFlying OfficerJ4069010 August 1921 at Edmonton, Alberta, CanadaCanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command425Sqn RCAF
1945-03-05Halifax IIIMZ454KW-SRAF Tholthorpe, Yorkshire1640ChemnitzSee archive report for detailsBaled out - survived none - thought to have survived the war Paradie Archive Database First French Canadian squadron
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236 BradfordColin ArthurFlight Sergeant414754AustraliaRAAFOperational & Refresher Training RAF1944-03-14RAAF Honour Roll
237 BradleyAlick RonaldFlying OfficerAus/423050Age 24AustralianPilotRAAFBomber Command467Sqn RAAF
1944-02-08LancasterIME853PO-QRAF Waddington, Lincolnshire1447Bois de CassanViroflay New Communal Cemetery. Row A. Grave 30KilledBorn on the 11th April 1920 in Belmore, New South Wales. Son of Richard and Mary Alice Bradley, of Leichhardt, New South Wales, Australia. Epitaph: 'His Duty Fearlessly And Nobly Done. Ever Remembered And Loved'.
238 BradleyArthur Andrew Flight SergeantNavigatorRAFVRBomber Command199Sqn
1945-05-02Halifax IIIRG375EX-RN Creake2054BSCollided and crashed at Meimsdorf. Two aircraft of 199 Squadron (Halifax RG373 & RG375) collided whilst preparing to commence the bombing run killing thirteen of the sixteen crew; one of whom, at 43 years of age, was one of the oldest members of operational aircrew in Bomber Command. Three crew members survived, one being taken prisoner of war and two evading capture; all those who lost their lives were buried at Kiel war Cemetery.Killed Age 23Kiel War CemeteryBorn Wimslow, Cheshire

Today saw the completion of the last operational sortie for Bomber Command in the war in Europe. On the night and morning of 2nd/3rd May 1945 199 & 171 Squadron mounted their biggest operation against the Nazi regime; an astonishing 38 aircraft took of from RAF North Creake in operations against Kiel, Schleswig and a diversionary raid on the North Frisian Islands, involving window drop, mandrel screens and bomb loads.
239 BradleyAnthony Alfred ArthurPilot Officer1621546Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command51 Sqn
1944-08-12HalifaxIIIMZ349MH:USnaith21:09BraunschweigKilledRunnymede Memorial. Panel 204.
240 BradshawArthurSergeant1023441Age 32BritishPilotRAFVRTraining Command5 Advanced Flying Unit. 21 Group1942-09-06Miles MasterIIIW8795-RAF Tern Hill, Shropshire. (Satellite airfield at Calveley)40Training FlightSee Archive report for further details.KilledStoke-Upon-Tern Church Cemetery. (St. Peter). Row H. Grave 251

Courtesy Wilmslow RUFC

Son of James and Lucy Bradshaw and husband of Joyce Catherine Bradshaw, of Handforth, Cheshire. Grave inscription: 'At The Going Down Of The Sun And In The Morning We Will Remember Them'. Member of Wilmslow Rugby Union Football Club.
241 BraithwaiteFrederick ArthurFlying OfficerNZ/415075W/Op/Air/GnrRNZAFBomber Command115Sqn
1944-01-14LancasterIILL673KO-GRAF Witchford, Cambridgeshire1702Braunschweig See archive report for further details KilledHanover War Cemetery. Grave 1.F.10. Read Archive Report
242 BrambleJames AlfredSergeant653941Age 21Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command218Sqn
1943-05-29StirlingIIIBK688HA-ARAF Downham Market, Norfolk2308Wuppertal See archive report for further details KilledSchaffen Communal Cemetery. Collective grave 12-14.Read Archive Report
243 BramblebyJames EdwinWarrant Officer Class 2 NavigatorJ/9524RCAFBomber Command408Sqn RCAF
1945-04-25Halifax VIINP796EQ-MRAF Linton-on-Ouse1432WangeroogeCollided with Halifax NP820 OW-W from 426 squadronMissingRunnymede Memorial. Panel 280.Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
244 BrandGeorgeFlying Officer111651NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command625 Sqn
1944-03-24LancasterIME684CF:VRAF Kelstern, Lincolnshire18:43BerlinSee archive report for further detailsPoW No. 4132, Stalag Luft 1
245 BrassJames GladstoneFlight LieutenantR/109224 - J/1049Age 27CanadaPilotRCAFBomber Command105Sqn
1944-12-11MosquitoXVIMM152GB-?RAF Bourne, Cambridgeshire1735BielefeldSee archive report for further detailsKilledBrookwood Military Cemetery . Grave 56.A.2

Paradie Archive DatabaseBorn on the 12th July 1917 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Son of William Ewart Gladstonre Brass (died 1953, age 65) and Sarah Evelyn Brass (née Bestford - died 1978, age 80) , of 1115 - 8th Avenue West, Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Stepfather Andrew Burton Gabbie. Brother of William Arthur Brass (died 11th October 1951, age 35), Lydia Mary Colbrook, Margaret Maude Brass. Epitah: 'Never Shall The One We Love From Our Memory Pass Away'.
246 BraswellHomer Hildred Staff Sergeant1410555920th April 1922AmericanLeft Waist GunnerAM (Oak Leaf Cluster)


USAAF8th Air Force68th Bomber Squadron (44th Bombardment Group (H)),1944-08-24B-24 'Lone Ranger'J44-40098WQ-BShipdham, Norfolk, EnglandLangenhagen airfield, GermanySee Archive report for detailsKilledRepatriated and interred at the Fairview Cemetery, Eufaula, Alabama
247 BrawnRoy ArthurFlight SergeantAUS/420611Air/GnrRAAFBomber Command76Sqn
1943-11-03HalifaxVLK681MP-A RAF Holme on Spalding Moor, Yorkshire Air Test See archive report for further details KilledHarrogate (Stonefall) Cemetery, Section C Row D Grave 8 Read Archive Report
248 BrawnRoy ArthurPilot Officer420611AustraliaRAAF76Sqn RAF
1943-11-03RAAF Honour Roll
249 BrayArthur DonaldLeading Aircraftman127922AustraliaRAAF21Sqn RAAF
1946-01-28RAAF Honour Roll
250 BraybrookFrederick ArthurPilot Officer137669Wireless Operator/Air GunnerDFM

RAFBomber Command35Sqn (Madras Presidency)
1943-01-17HalifaxIIW7886TL-CGraveley1703BerlinClaim by Fw Herbert Holz 10/NJG3 Stenderup 9km North East of Kolding (Faun) at 2134. Crashed off Danish coastKilledEsbjerg (Fourfelt) Cemetery AIII.8.19Son of Samuel Duncan and Emily Ada Braybrook, of Wel]ingborough, Northamptonshire

DFM Gazetted 23 Dec 1941 with 102 Sqn

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