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Archive Report: Allied Forces

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97 Squadron Crest
30/31.01.1944 97 Squadron Lancaster III JB300 OF:D Wg Cdr. Dunnicliffe

Operation: Berlin, Germany

Date: 30th/31st January 1944 (Friday/Saturday)

Unit No: 97 Squadron

Type: Lancaster III

Serial: JB300

Code: OF:D

Base: RAF Bourn, Cambridgeshire

Location: RAF Bourn, Cambridgeshire

Pilot: Wg Cdr. Charles McKenzie Dunnicliffe DSO, DFC 49010 RAF Age? Returned (1)

Flt Eng: Plt Off. James Kingsley Bell DFC 173543 RAFVR Age? Returned (2)

Nav: Sqn Ldr. Ross Baxter Ingalls DSO, DFC J4771 RCAF Age 29. Returned (3)

Bomb Aimer: Flt Lt. Herbert William Rieger J12737 RCAF Age 21. Returned

WOp/Air Gnr: Flt Lt. Charles Chetham DFC 122982 RAFVR Age? Returned (4)

Air Gnr (Mid Upp): Flt Lt. Richard James Weller DFM 142903 RAFVR Age 34. Returned (5)

Air Gnr (Rear): Sqn Ldr. Martin Bryan-Smith DFC and Bar, MiD 77103 RAFVR Age 33. Returned (6)

Note: JB300 was lost on the operation to Frankfurt on the 18th/19th March 1944. Fg Off. Neville John Callan 415289 was injured in the crash but sadly died a few days later on the 25th March 1944. The six remaining crew were also killed.


Researched by Anne Kendall, daughter of Flt Lt. Charles Chatham


REASON FOR LOSS:

Taking off at 17:20 hrs from RAF Bourne in Cambridgeshire. JB300 carrying 5 flares, 4 x TI's, 1 x 4000 lb. (Cookie), 4 x 1000 lb's. bombs.The bomber stream were not intercepted until they were well into the run to the target when they faced fierce opposition from the night fighters. Many were shot down over the target area but also they suffered attacks after leaving and on their return trip.

Lancaster JB300 OF-D returned safely at 23:00 hrs. Some of this crew and others that Fl/Lt. Charles Chetham flew with were not so fortunate, as shown below.

Above: Flt Lt. Richard James Weller, Plt Off. James Kingsley Bell, Flt Lt. Herbert William Rieger, Wg Cdr. Charles McKenzie Dunnicliffe, Flt Lt. Charles Chetham, Sqn Ldr. Ross Baxter Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. Martin Bryan-Smith (courtesy Anne Kendall)

Bombing on the cloud covered City was described as another concentrated attack with over 1000 civilians being killed and a few industrial premises including Goebbels Propaganda Ministry.

The loss rate from Bomber Command amounted to some 35 aircraft missing. 189 aircrew killed with a further 56 made PoW.

(1) Wg Cdr. Charles McKenzie Dunnicliffe was awarded the DFC whilst with 97 Squadron as an acting Wg Cdr. Promulgated in the London Gazette 11th February 1944

Awarded the DSO whilst with 582 Squadron. Promulgated in the London Gazette 14th July 1944. Citation reads:

'This officer has undertaken many sorties against- various targets, including 7 attacks on Berlin. He is an outstanding captain, whose keenness, courage and devotion to duty have set a splendid example. In addition to his work in the air, Wing- Commander Dunnicliffe has shown a high degree of organising ability and great drive and his untiring efforts have been reflected in the operational efficiency of the squadron he commands'.

(2) Plt Off. James Kingsley Bell was awarded the DFC whilst with 97 Squadron as Plt Off. Promulgated in the London Gazette 18th August 1944.

(3) Sqn Ldr. Ross Baxter Ingalls was awarded the DFC whilst with 142 Squadron as a Fg Off. Promulgated in the London Gazette 11th August 1942.

Awarded the DSO whilst with 582 Sqn as an acting Wg Cdr. Promulgated in the London Gazette 14th July 1944. Citation reads:

'Since being awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross this officer has completed very many sorties, involving attacks on a wide range of important and well defended targets. His navigational ability has been of a high order throughout and has played a good part in the successes obtained. He has at all times displayed a high degree of courage and determination and his example has impressed all'.

(4) Career summary for Flt Lt. Charles Chetham: Enlisted 23.5.40 - Uxbridge Reserve - AC2. 26.8.40 Signals Training - 10 Signals, Blackpool. 22.11.40 - Signals School - WOp/Air Gnr. training. 27.1.41 - 241 Squadron - WOp/Air Gnr. 16.3.41 - 9 B and GS - WOp/Air Gnr. 20.3.41 - LAC. 26.4.41 - Flt Sgt. 3.5.41 - RAF Mildenhall. 3.6.41 - 12 OTU. 24.7.41 - 214 Squadron. 17.11.41 - RAF Stradishall. 20.12.41 - 214 Squadron. 20.5.42 - Recommended for a Commission. 1.5.42 - 1.7.42 214 Squadron RAF Stradishall, Wellington and Stirlings. No 10 OTU 1.7.42 - 8.9.43 RAF Leeming. 8.9.43 - 1.4.44 RAF Bourn Lancaster Pathfinder Force Badge: 29.10.43 (Permanent Award: 19.10.44) Flt Lt (January 1944). 582 Squadron (PFF) 1.4.44 - 19.10.44 Little Staughton, St Neots, Lancaster DFC (23.5.44). RAF Chigwell (26 Group) 19.10.44 - 1.3.45. Signals Officer Duties RAF Filton (44 Group); HQ , TC, “S” Unit 1.3.45 - 25.8.46. On secondment to BOAC. Discharged - 23.8.46

Flew as crew member on following aircraft whilst with 97 Squadron:

R5483 GI:D (Lost on the 21st January 1944 with 622 Squadron on a trip to Berlin). R5672. R5738 OF-D (Lost on the 9th January 1944 with 97 Squadron on a trip to Essen). ED814 BH:N (Lost on the 1st July 1944 with 300 Polish Squadron on a trip to Vierzon) ED880 OF-N (Crashed 4th May 1943 with 97 Squadron on return from a trip to Dortmund) JB299 OF:M (Lost on the 21st January 1944 with 97 Squadron on a trip to Magdeburg) JB300 OF:B (This the same aircraft - Lost on the 18th March 1944 with 97 Squadron on a trip to Frankfurt) ND589. PB450 OF:D (Lost on the 10th November 1944 with 97 Squadron on a training operation)

Operations with 97 Squadron:

22/23 September 1943 - Hanover.

JB176 'K' Sqn Ldr. S.P. Daniels, Flt Sgt. J.K.Bell, Sq/Ldr. R. Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe. Fg Off. C.E. Chetham, Plt Off. R.J.Weller, Flt Lt. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 19:05 Down 00:40. 6 x 2000lb. Target Hanover attacked. 18,500’. Clear sky, visibility good. Target identified visually under red and green TI markers. Bombed on cluster of green TI markers. Bomb bursts seen among TI's.

23/24 September 1943 – Mannheim

JB176 'K' Sqn Ldr. S.P.Daniels, Flt Sgt. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Fg Off. C.L. Chetham, Flt Lt. M. Bryan-Smith, Plt Off. R.J. Weller. Up 19:24 Down 00:58. Mannheim attacked. 4 x 2000lb, 6 x 500lb. 19,000’. No cloud, visibility good. Target identified visually by junction in river and built up area. Bombed on two red TIs – in bomb sight. Many bursts seen and a mass of fires developing.

27/28 September 1943 – Hanover

JB176 'K' Sqn Ldr. S.P. Daniels, Flt Sgt. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R. Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Fg Off. C. Chetham, Plt Off. R.J. Weller, Flt Lt. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 19:32 Down 00:20. 2 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 6 x 1000lb. Target hanover bombed. 20,000’. No cloud but hazy. Timed run from pin-point on Lake Steinhuder. Target also identified visually. Bombed centre of cluster of red TI markers. Other bomb bursts seen

18/19 October 1943 – Hanover

JB191 'B' Sqn Ldr. Sidney Patrick Daniels, Flt Sgt. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Fg Off. C.S. Chetham, Plt Off. R.J. Weller, Flt Lt. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 17:26 Down 22:08. 6 x 2000lb. Primary target Hanover. 21,000’. No moon. 10/10ths cloud. Target located by H2S. Nothing but flashes observed below cloud. TIs very scattered20/21 October 1943 – Leipzig

JB176 'K' Sqn Ldr. S.P. Daniels, Flt Sgt. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Fg Off. C.S. Chetham, Flt Lt. M. Bryan-Smith, Plt Off. R.J. Weller. Up 17:36 Down 00:22. 1 x 4000lb, 7 x 500lb. Leipzig bombed. 18,000’. 10/10ths cloud. Vis bad. Target located by H2S. Bombs dropped blind. Nothing whatever seen owing to cloud.

22/23 October 1943 – Kassel

JB176 'K' Sqn Ldr. S.P. Daniels, Flt Sgt. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Fg Off. C. Chetham, Plt Off. R.J. Weller, Flt Lt. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 18:23 Down 23:23. 6 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 4 x 100lb. Target Kassel. 19,000’. Clear sky, no moon, vis good. Target located by “Y” aids and confirmed visually. Bombed center of cluster of red TI markers. Own bombs seen to burst on edge of red TIs. Too early for results.

2/3 December 1943 – Berlin

JB300 'D' Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Flt Sgt. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. W.A. Colson (8), Fg Off. C.E. Chetham, Flt Lt. M. Bryan-Smith, Fg Off. R.J. Weller. Up 17:15 Down 23:35. 1 x 4000lb, 5 x 1000lb. Berlin attacked from 17,500’. “Y” used for locating target. No results of bombing seen. Very scattered red TIs seen along track. Visibility good

3/4 December 1943 – Leipzig

JB300' D' Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Flt Sgt. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. W. Colson, Fg Off. C.E. Chetham, Flt Lt. M.Bryan-Smith, Flt Off. R.J.Weller. Up 17:20 Down 23:30. 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 3 x 1000lb, 1 x 500lb. Bombs released in centre of cluster of 4 red TIs over Leipzig. Results were obscured by cloud.

20/21 December 1943 – Frankfurt

JB300 'D' Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Sqn Ldr. R.H. Watts, Fg Off. C.H. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, WO J. Woods. (No times) 1 x 4000lb, 6 x 1000lb. Mannheim attacked from 20,000’. 4/10ths cloud very thin. Visibility excellent. All navigation aids u/s especially “Y” and “G”. Arrived over Mannheim one minute before bombing time so bombed there. Large oil fire explosion at 19:27 hours. A huge fire could be seen from a position near Frankfurt.

29/30 December 1943 – Berlin

JB300 'D' Sqn Ldr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. W.C. Law, Fg Off. C.E. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 17:11 Down 23:54. 3LBTI Green, 3 x TI Green, 1 x 5 flares red/green, 1 x 4000lb, 3 x 1000lb. Berlin bombed from 21,500’. Target identified by Wanganui flares which were well concentrated. A reflected glow could be observed on leaving target area.

20/21 January 1944 – Berlin

JB300 'D' Wg Cdr. C. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sq/Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. J. Reiger, Flt Lt. C.E. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, WO J. Woods. Up 1745 Down 0135. 5 x 2000lb. Bomb load released on Berlin by H2S. 10/10ths cloud over target. No results observed.

27/28 January 1944 – Berlin

ND415 'Z' Wg Cdr. E.J. Carter (3), WO J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. D.K. Allport, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Fg Off. C.E. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, W/O J. Wood. Up 17:15 Down 21:20. Returned early owing to intercom being u/s.

28/29 January 1944 – Berlin

ND415 'Z' Wg Cdr. C. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sq/Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Flt Lt. W.G.Cooper, Flt Lt. C.E. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, WO J. Woods. Up 23:35 Down 08:10. 5 flares, 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 4 x 1000lb. Berlin successfully bombed from 19,500’. Bombed on H2S. All flares were well concentrated. No results of bombing observed. A good glow from fires reflected on cloud.

30/31 January 1944 – Berlin

JB300 'D' Wg Cdr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sq/Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C.E. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 17:20 Down 23:30. 5 flares, 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 4 x 1000lb. Berlin successfully bombed from 19,500’. Good marker concentration in later stages of the raid. Cloud obscured results of bombing.

15/16 February 1944 – Berlin

JB300 'D' Wg Cdr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 17:00 Down 00:10. 1 x 4 flares, 2 LBTI Red, 2 x TI red, 1 x 4000lb. Berlin bombed from 20,000’. 10/10ths cloud at 14,000’. Vis good. Too early to observe results, very thick cloud.

19/20 February 1944 – Leipzig

ND415 'Z' Wg Cdr. E.J. Carter, WO J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 23:55 Down 06:30. 4 flares, 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 4 x 1000lb, 2 x 500lb. Bombed Leipzig from 19,000’ with H2S. Weather 10/10ths cloud tops 3-4,000’. Vis good.

20/21 February 1944 – Stuttgart

JB300 'D' Wg Cdr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, Fg Off. W. Hannah (7), Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C. Chetham, Fg Off. R. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 00:20 Down 06:45. 4 flares, 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 5 x 1000lb. Bombed target from 19,000’. Bombs dropped in centre of concentration of Wanganuis. Results not observed owing to cloud. Weather 10/10ths cloud tops 15,000’. Vis good.

15/16 March 1944 - Stuttgart

JB300 'D' Wg Cdr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 19:30 Down 02:05. 20 flares, 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 2 x 1000lb. 9/10ths cloud over target, vis good. Bombed from 19,000’ with H2S. No TIs or Wanganuis were seen before bombing. Aircraft first to drop any markers. No results observed but glow from fires and HEs exploding seen below cloud on return journey.

18/19 March 1944 - Frankfurt

ND589 'D' Wg Cdr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, WO J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 19:30 Down 00:10. 20 flares, 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 1 x 1000lb, 2 x 500lb. Weather over target – no cloud, haze, moderate visibility. Bombed on H2S from 18,800’. No markers fell before bombing. Many green TIs fell immediately after bombing forming a good start to the concentration. Haze obscured ground detail and it was too early to observe results.

22/23 March 1944 – Frankfurt

ND739 'E' Wg Cdr. E.J. Carter, WO J.K. Bell, Pg Off. D.C. Armstrong, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C. Chetham, Plt Off. Colville (5), Flt Lt. Trevor-Roper (4). Up 18:40 Down 00:05. 20 flares, 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 1 x 1000lb, 2 x 500lb, 1 red/yellow flare. Frankfurt attacked from 19,000’. Wearher over target 1-2/10ths cloud very thin. Vis very good. No markers were seen before bombing. Green TI seen at 22:46 hours. Wanganui seen 10 minutes later. Green and red TIs well concentrated, also incendiaries. Glow of fires seen from 100 miles away.

24/25 March 1944 - Berlin

ND572 'D' Wg Cdr. C.M. Dunnicliffe, WO. J.K. Bell, Sqn Ldr. R.B. Ingalls, Fg Off. H.W. Reiger, Flt Lt. C. Chetham, Fg Off. R.J. Weller, Sqn Ldr. M. Bryan-Smith. Up 18:50 Down 01:30. 4 x TI, 1 x 4000lb, 765 x 4lb incs, 45 x 4lb “X” incs, 4 red/yellow flares. 2-3/10ths thin wispy cloud over Berlin tops 3-4000’. Bombed from 19,800’ on H2S. There was an excellent concentration of incendiary bombs which lit up the streets. Incendiary bombs littered the ground in the centre of the city. Attack appeared to be a good one.

Flt Lt. Charles Chetham was awarded the DFC whilst with 97 Squadron as an acting Flt Lt. Promulgated in the London Gazette 23rd May 1944

Flt Lt. Herbert William Rieger J12737 RCAF Missing, believed killed on the 6th June 1944 whilst with 97 Squadron on the same crew as Sqn Ldr. Bryan-Smith.

Above: Sqn Ldr. Martin Bryan-Smith DFC and Bar, MiD (Courtesy of Chris Bryan-Smith)

Sqn Ldr. Martin Bryan-Smith DFC and Bar. MiD. 77103 RAFVR Missing, believed killed on the 6th June 1944 whilst with 97 Squadron on Lancaster III ND739. (His brother 28 year old, Anthony Bryan-Smith 76003 RAFVR also lost his life earlier on the 15th April 1940 whilst with 49 Squadron)

Wg Cdr. Edward James Carter DFC. 70770 RAFVR Missing, believed killed on the 6th June 1944 whilst with 97 Squadron on the same crew as Sqn Ldr. Bryan-Smith.

Flt Lt. Richard Dacre Trevor-Roper DFC. DFM. 47354 RAFVR Killed on the 31st March 1944 whilst with 97 Squadron on Lancaster III ND390.

Fg Off. Fred Colville 158802 RAFVR Killed on the 31st March 1944 whilst with 97 Squadron on the same crew as Flt Lt. Trevor-Roper.

(5) Flt Lt. Richard James Weller DFM. 142903 RAFVR Killed on the 31st March 1944 whilst with 97 Squadron on Lancaster III ND640.

Flt Lt. Richard James Weller was awarded the DFM as 1250047 Sgt. Weller whilst with 78 Squadron. Promulgated in the London Gazette 13th July 1943.

Fg Off. William Hannah DFC. 155897 RAFVR Missing, believed killed on the 21st July 1944 whilst with 97 Squadron.


Flt Lt. William Alfred Colson DFM 141402 RAFVR Killed on the 17th December 1943 whilst with 97 Squadron on Lancaster III JB119.


The cousin of Flt Lt. Charles Chetham, Plt Off. Charles Chetham was killed on the 27th August 1940 whilst flying Hurricane P3897 whilst with 33 Squadron in Greece. Further details here.


(6) Sqn Ldr. Martin Bryan-Smith was Mentioned in Despatches (MiD). Promulgated in the London gazette 24th April 1941. He was awarded the DFC whilst with 38 Squadron as a Fg Off. Promulgated in the London Gazette 8th April 1941. He was awarded a Bar to the DFC whilst with 97 Squadron as an acting Sqn Ldr. Promulgated in the London Gazette 21st December 1945.

Burial details:

None. The crew returned from the mission

Researched by Kelvin Youngs (Webmaster) and dedicated to the relatives of this crew with thanks to Anne Kendall for her extensive research and photographs (Aug 2018). Reviewed and updated by Aircrew Remembered with thanks to Chris Bryan-Smith for the photograph Sqn Ldr. Martin Bryan-Smith (May 2024)

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RS 13.05.2024 - Reviewed and updated and photograph of Sqn Ldr. Martin Bryan-Smith added

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