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List of RAF aircrew in the Battle of Britain (G–K)

The following is a list of pilots and other aircrew who flew during the Battle of Britain, and were awarded the Battle of Britain Clasp[1] to the 1939–45 Star by flying at least one authorised operational sortie with an eligible unit of the Royal Air Force or Fleet Air Arm during the period from 0001 hours on 10 July to 2359 hours 31 October 1940.[2][3]

Contents

  • History 1
  • G 2
  • H 3
  • I 4
  • J 5
  • K 6
  • Notes on table 7
    • Abbreviations 7.1
    • Nationalities 7.2
    • Awards 7.3
  • See also 8
  • References 9
  • Notes 10
  • Bibliography 11

History

In 1942, the

Name Rank Nationality Sqn during Battle Awards Notes
Gabszewicz, Aleksander Klemens Fg Off POL 607 Sqn Died 1983 [9]
Gadd, James Edward Sgt BR 611 Sqn
Gage, Douglas Hugh Plt Off BR 602 Sqn MIA 6 June 1941
Gallus, Pawel Piotr Sgt POL 3 & 303 Sqns
Gamblen, Douglas Robert Fg Off BR 41 Sqn MIA 29 July 1940 over Dover. Remembered on Panel 5 of the Runnymede Memorial
Gane, Sidney Russell Plt Off BR 248 Sqn KIA 20 October 1940 (Pilot)
Gant, Ernest Sgt BR 236 Sqn
Gardiner, Fredrick Thomas Fg Off BR 610 Sqn DFC
Gardiner, Eric Cecil Sgt BR 219 Sqn KIA 30 October 1940 (Air Gunner)[10]
Gardiner, William Nairn Sgt BR 3 Sqn
Gardner, Bernard George Derry Sgt BR 610 Sqn KIA 28 June 1941 (Pilot)
Gard'ner, John Rushton Plt Off NZ [11] 141 Sqn Died 6 May 2011, New Zealand.[12]
Gardner, Peter Melvill Plt Off BR 32 Sqn Died 23 May 1984[13]
Gardner, Richard Exton "Jimmy" Sub Lt (FAA) BR 242 Sqn
Garfield, Walter James Sgt BR 248 Sqn KIA 13 September 1940 (Pilot)
Garrad, Anthony Hugh Hamilton Plt Off BR 248 Sqn MIA 3 November 1940
Garside, Geoffrey Sgt BR 236 Sqn
Garton, Geoffrey William Sgt BR 73 Sqn Died November 1976
Garvey, Leonard Arthur Sgt BR 41 Sqn Born Aston, Warwickshire, 1914. (Pilot)
KIA 30 October 1940 near Canterbury, aged 26; son of Andrew J. & Sarah A. Garvey of Erdington, Birmingham; buried in Section 56, Grave 10373 of Witton Cemetery, Birmingham.
Garvin, George Desmond Sqn Ldr BR 264 Sqn (CO)
Gash, Fredrick "Fred" Sgt BR 264 Sqn
Gaskell, Richard Stuart Plt Off BR 264 Sqn
Gaunce, Lionel Manley "Elmer" Flt Lt CAN 615 Sqn DFC Born Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, 20 September 1915
MIA 19 November 1941, aged 25; remembered on Panel 28 of the Runnymede Memorial; mountain in Jasper National Park, Canada, has been named for him. [14][15]
Gaunt, Geoffrey Norman Plt Off BR 609 Sqn KIA 15 September 1940
Gaunt, Wiiliam Edwin Sgt BR 23 Sqn
Gavan, Arthur Sgt BR 54 Sqn [16]
Gawith, Alan Antill Plt Off NZ 23 Sqn DFC Surviving aircrew
Gayner, John Richard Hensman Fg Off BR 615 Sqn Died 1987
Gear, Alan Walter Sgt BR 32 Sqn DFC
Geddes, Keith Irvine Fg Off BR 604 Sqn DFC
Gee, Victor David Sgt BR 219 Sqn KIA 21 March 1941
Genney, Terence Fg Off BR 604 Sqn MC KIFA 6 February 1941 (Testing)
Gent, Raymond John Kitchell Sgt BR 501 & 32 Sqns KIFA 2 January 1941 (hit trees)
Gibbins, Dudley Guy Sgt BR 54 & 222 Sqns [17]
Gibson, John Albert Axel Flt Lt NZ 501 Sqn DSO, DFC [18]
Giddings, Herbert Selwyn Flt Lt BR 615 & 111 Sqn2 KIA 23 January 1943
Gil, Jozef Plt Off POL 43, 229 & 145 Sqns MIA 31 December 1942
Gilbert, Ernest George Plt Off BR 64 Sqn
Gilbert, Humphrey Trench Fg Off BR 3 Sqn DFC KIFA 7 May 1942[19]
Gilbert, Peter Robert Joseph Mid (FAA) BR 111 Sqn
Gilders, John Stanley "Gilly" Sgt BR 72 Sqn Born Deal, Kent, 4 October 1919
KIA 21 February 1941. FTR, assumed oxygen failure and crashed, aged 21; body not found, listed as 'missing, believed killed' for 53 years; remains recovered in April 1994 and buried in Brookwood Military Cemetery, Surrey, Grave 20. E. 15, 11 May 1995
Gill, James Vivian Sgt BR 23 Sqn KIA 2 July 1941
Gillam, Denys Edgar Flt Lt BR 312 & 616 Sqns AFC Died September 1991
Gillam, Ernest Sgt BR 248 Sqn MIA 19 October 1941
Gillan, James Fg Off BR 601 Sqn MIA 11 August 1940
Gillen, Thomas William Fg Off BR 247 Sqn Died 1969
Gillespie, James Lyon Plt Off BR 23 Sqn Died 1 October 1940 (non-service related death).
Gillies, Kenneth McLeod Flt Lt BR 66 Sqn KIA 4 October 1940
Gillman, Kenneth Reginald Plt Off BR 32 Sqn MIA 25 August 1940 when he failed to return from combat near Dover in Hurricane N2433.[20]
Gilroy, George Kemp "Sheep" Fg Off BR 603 Sqn DFC, AE
Gilyeat, Harold Roy AC BR 29 Sqn (1921-1995)
Girdwood, Alexander George Sgt BR 257 Sqn KIA 29 October 1940
Glaser, Ernest Derek "Dave" Plt Off BR 65 Sqn DFC Born 20 April 1921; died July 2001, aged 79.[21][22]
Gleave, Thomas Percy Sqn Ldr BR 253 Sqn CBE
Gledhill, Geoffrey Sgt BR 238 Sqn KIA 11 August 1940
Gleed, Ian Richard Flt Lt BR 87 Sqn DFC KIA 16 April 1943
Glegg, Alexander Joseph Plt Off BR 600 Sqn DFC*
Glendinning, John Nixon Sgt BR 54 & 74 Sqns KIA 12 March 1941[23]
Glew, Norman Vipan "Sticky" Sgt BR 72 Sqn Born Derby, November 1916. Commissioned Aug 1941
KIFA 17 May 1944 while serving with 1435 Squadron, Brindisi, Italy, aged 27; son of Capt. Norman H. & Mildred A. Glew of Derby; buried in Grave XI. C. 24 of Bari War Cemetery, Italy.
Glowacki, Antoni "Toni" Sgt POL 501 Sqn DFC DFM Died 27 April 1980
Glowacki, Witold Jozef Sgt POL 605 & 145 Sqns VM KIA 24 September 1940 [24]
Glyde, Richard Lindsay Fg Off AUS 87 Sqn DFC MIA 13 August 1940
Gmur, Feliks Sgt POL 151 Sqn KIA 30 August 1940
Gnys, Wladyslaw Plt Off POL 302 Sqn Died 1983
Goddard, Henry Gordon Fg Off BR 219 Sqn DSO, DFC, AFC Died 1972.
Goddard, William Bernard Flt Lt BR 235 Sqn DFC MIA 15 June 1941
Goldsmith, Claude Waller Fg Off SA 603 & 54 Sqns WIA 28 October 1940[25]
Goldsmith, John Ernest Sgt BR 236 Sqn KIFA 27 April 1941
Gonay, Henri Alphonse Clement Plt Off BEL 611 Sqn KIA 14 June 1944
Goodall, Harold Ingham Plt Off BR 264 Sqn KIA 19 October 1940
Gooden, Stephen Frederick Sqn Ldr BR 3 Sqn (CO) CBE Died August 1966.
Gooderham, Albert Thomas Sgt BR 25, 151 & 46 Sqn MIA 2 November 1941
Goodman, Geoffrey Sgt BR 85 Sqn MBE, DFC Died 1976

G

More recently, the Battle of Britain Monument on the Victoria Embankment in London was unveiled on 18 September 2005 by Their Royal Highnesses the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall. The idea for the monument was conceived by the Battle of Britain Historical Society which then set about raising funds for its construction. The outside of the monument is lined with bronze plaques listing all the Allied airmen who took part in the Battle.[8]

The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust, founded by Geoffrey Page, raised funds for the construction of the Battle of Britain Memorial at Capel-le-Ferne near Folkestone in Kent. The Memorial, unveiled by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother on 9 July 1993, shares the site with the Christopher Foxley-Norris Memorial Wall on which a complete list of "The Few" is engraved.[7]

In 1955 Flt Lt John Holloway, a serving RAF officer, began a personal challenge to compile a complete list of "The Few". After fourteen years of research Flt Lt Holloway had 2,946 names on the list. Of these airmen, 537 were killed during the Battle or later died of wounds received.

Nothing was done officially, however, to define the qualifications for the classification of a Battle of Britain airman until 9 November 1960. AMO N850, published by the Air Ministry, stated for the first time the requirements for the awarding of the Battle of Britain Star, and listed the 71 units which were deemed to have been under the control of RAF Fighter Command.[6]

[5] The Roll of Honour within the Chapel contains the names of 1,497 pilots and aircrew killed or mortally wounded during the Battle.[4]

Plt Off BR[26] 1 Sqn DFC KIA 14 June 1941
Goodman, Maurice Yenning Sgt BR 604 Sqn DFC Died 8 July 1988.
Goodwin, Charles Sgt BR 219 Sqn KIA 30 September 1940
Goodwin, Henry McDonald Fg Off BR 609 Sqn KIA 14 August 1940
Goodwin, Roy Daniel Sgt BR 64 Sqn Died in 1983
Goodwin, Stanley Albert Sgt BR 266 & 66 Sqns Died 7 March 1982.
Goord, Robert Leslie Plt Off BR 151 Sqn
Gordon, John Arthur Gerald Sqn Ldr CAN 151 Sqn MIA 1 June 1942[27]
Gordon, Stanley Sgt BR 235 Sqn KIA 28 May 1941
Gordon, William Hugh Gibson Plt Off BR 234 Sqn KIA 6 September 1940
Gore, William Ernest Flt Lt BR 607 Sqn DFC MIA 28 September 1940
Gorrie, David George Plt Off BR 43 Sqn KIFA 8 April 1941
Gorzula, Mieczyslaw Plt Off POL 607 Sqn
Gosling, Reginald Clive Plt Off BR 266 Sqn Surviving aircrew
Goth, Vilem Plt Off CZ 310 & 501 Sqns KIA 25 October 1940
Gothorpe, ? Sgt BR 25 Sqn Service details unknown
Gould, Derrick Leslie Fg Off BR 32, 607 & 601 Sqns DFC
Gould, Gordon Leslie Sgt BR 235 Sqn
Gouldstone, Ronald Joseph Sgt BR 29 Sqn KIA 25 August 1940 when Blenheim L1330 was probably shot down in combat off Wainfleet and crashed into the sea, other two crew members missing.[20]
Gout, Geoffrey Kenneth Plt Off BR 234 Sqn KIA 25 July 1940[28]
Gowers, Arthur Vincent Fg Off BR 85 Sqn DFC MIA 24 October 1943
Gracie, Edward John "Jumbo" Flt Lt BR 56 Sqn DFC KIA 15 February 1944
Graham, Edward Flt Lt BR 72 Sqn
Graham, James Sgt BR 236 Sqn DFM KIA 26 June 1942
Graham, Kenneth Alfred George Plt Off BR 600 & 111 Sqn MIA 8 February 1941
Graham, Leslie William Plt Off SA 56 Sqn
Grandy, John Sqn Ldr BR 249 Sqn (CO) 2 January 2004
Grant, Donald Sub Lt (FAA) BR 804 Sqn
Grant, Edwin John Forgan Sgt BR 600 Sqn KIA 1 December 1941
Grant, Ian Allan Charles Sgt NZ 151 Sqn MIA 13 February 1943
Grant, Stanley Bernard Fg Off BR 65 Sqn DFC Died July 1987.
Grassick, Robert Davidson Fg Off CAN 242 Sqn DFC
Graves, Edward Arthur Sgt BR 235 Sqn KIA 30 August 1940
Graves, Richard Courtney Plt Off BR 253 Sqn KIFA 1978
Gray, Anthony Philip Flt Lt BR 615 Sqn Died 1986.
Gray, Clifford Kempson Plt Off BR 43 Sqn DFC
Gray, Colin Falkland Plt Off NZ 54 Sqn DSO, DFC** Died 1 August 1995
Gray, Donald McIntosh Plt Off BR 610 Sqn KIFA 5 November 1940
Gray, Kenneth William Sgt BR 85 Sqn KIA 9 June 1944
Gray, Malcolm Sgt BR 72 Sqn KIA 25 September 1940
Gray, Trevor Plt Off BR 64 Sqn Surviving aircrew[29]
Grayson, Charles Flt Sgt BR 213 Sqn KIA 8 July 1945
Green, Alexander William Valentine Plt Off BR 235 Sqn MIA 11 September 1940
Green, Charles Patrick Flt Lt BR No. 421 (Reconnaissance) Flight DSO, DFC
Green, Fredrick William Woolridge Sgt BR 600 Sqn Surviving aircrew
Green, George Graham Sgt BR 236 Sqn
Green, Herbert Edward Sgt BR 141 Sqn OBE
Green, Maurice David Plt Off BR 248 Sqn MIA 20 October 1940
Green, William James Sgt BR 501 Sqn Surviving aircrew
Greenshields, Henry la Fore Sub Lt (FAA) BR 266 Sqn KIA 16 August 1940
Greenwood, John Peter Bowtell Plt Off BR 253 Sqn Surviving aircrew
Gregory, Albert Edward Sgt BR 219 Sqn DFC, AE Died 12 November 2010.
Gregory, Alfred Henry Sgt BR 111 Sqn KIA 23 July 1941
Gregory, Felix Stafford Plt Of BR 65 Sqn KIA 13 August 1940
Gregory, William James "Sticks" Sgt BR 29 Sqn DSO, DFC*, AFC, DFM Died 6 October 2001[30]
Grellis, Horace Eustace Plt Off BR 23 Sqn
Gresty, Kenneth Gaston Sgt BR 219 Sqn MIA 17 April 1941
Gretton, Reginald Harry Sgt BR 266 & 222 Sqn [31]
Gribble, Dorian George Flt Lt BR 54 Sqn DFC MIA 4 June 1941[32]
Grice, Dennis Neve Fg Off BR 600 Sqn DFC KIA 8 August 1940
Grice, Douglas Hamilton Fg Off BR 32 Sqn DFC
Gridley, Robert Victor Sgt BR 235 Sqn MIA 13 January 1942 (Malta)
Grier, Thomas Fg Off BR 601 Sqn KIA 6 December 1941
Griffin, John James Sgt BR 73 Sqn KIA 7 April 1942
Griffiths, C Sgt BR 32 Sqn
Griffiths, Glyn Sgt BR 17 Sqn
Grogan, George Jacques Plt Off IRE 23 Sqn
Groszewski, Bernard Fg Off POL 43 Sqn KIA 12 December 1941
Grove, Harry Cyril Sgt BR 3 & 501 Sqn KIA 8 November 1940
Grubb, Ernest George Sgt BR 219 Sqn
Grubb, Henry Frank Sgt BR 219 Sqn
de Grunne, Rodolphe Ghislain Charles de Hemricourt Plt Off BEL 32 Sqn KIA 25 May 1942[33]
Gruszka, Franciszek Fg Off POL 65 Sqn KIA 18 August 1940
Grzeszezak, Bogdan Fg Off POL 303 Sqn KIFA 28 August 1941 (Instructing pupil)
Guerin, Charles Paul Adj (Free French) FR 232 Sqn MIA 3 May 1941
Guest, Thomas Francis Plt Off BR 79 & 56 Sqn Shot down & captured 26 April 1941
Gundry, Kenneth Craddock Plt Off BR 257 Sqn KIA 22 May 1942 flying with 112 Sqn[34]
Gunn, Harold Raymond Plt Off BR 74 Sqn KIA 31 July 1940
Gunning, Peter Stackhouse Plt Off BR 46 Sqn KIA 15 October 1940
Gunter, Edward Maurice Plt Off BR 43 & 501 Sqn KIA 27 September 1940
Gurteen, John Vinter Plt Off BR 504 Sqn KIA 15 September 1940
Guthrie, Giles Connop McEacharn Lt (FAA) BR 808 Sqn Died 31 December 1979
Guy, Leonard Northwood "Len" Sgt BR 601 Sqn MIA 18 August 1940
Guy, Peter Mid (FAA) BR 808 Sqn KIA 28 January 1942
Guymer, Eric Norman Laurence Sgt BR 238 Sqn
Name Rank Nationality Sqn during Battle Awards Notes
Hackwood, Gerald Henry Plt Off BR 264 Sqn KIA 20 November 1940
Haig, John Galloway Edward Plt Off BR 603 Sqn
Haigh, Cyril Sgt BR 604 Sqn KIA 25 August 1940 (Pilot) Blenheim L6782 crashed near Witheridge, Exeter, cause unknown.[20]
Haine, Richard Cummins Plt Off BR 600 Sqn DFC Died 30 September 2008.
Haines, Leonard Archibald Fg Off BR 19 Sqn DFC KIA 30 April 1941 (Pilot)
Haire, John Keatinge Sgt BR 145 Sqn KIA 6 November 1940 (Pilot)
Hairs, Peter Raymond Plt Off BR 501 Sqn MBE Surviving aircrew
Hall, P F Sgt BR 235 Sqn
Hall, Robert Sgt BR 29 Sqn Sergeant Air Gunner Robert Hall - No 29 Squadron RAF. Hall joined the RAFVR in October 1939, as an Airman u/t Air Gunner. He was with 29 Squadron at Wellingore for part of the Battle of Britain. He made his first operational sortie with the squadron on September 15, 1940 and his final sortie, as an Air Gunner, on December 12, 1940. The squadron began receiving its first Beaufighters about this time. Hall retrained as a Radar Operator and flew his first Beaufighter sortie on March 29, 1941 and his last on October 3, 1941. On October 7, 1941, Hall was flying with Flying Officer C R Miles, in Beaufighter T3355, the aircraft hit high ground at Westfield Sole, Kent, and both men were killed
Hall, Noel Mudie Flt Lt BR 257 Sqn AFC 1916-1940 KIA 8 August 1940 aged 24 when his Hurricane P2981 was shot down by Bf 109s off St. Catherines Point.[20]
Hall, Rosswell Clifford Plt Off BR 219 Sqn Cashiered by sentence of Court Martial 1942
Hall, Roger Montague Dickenson Plt Off BR 152 Sqn DFC
Hallam, Ian Lewis McGregor Fg Off BR 222 Sqn DFC KIFA 10 May 1952[35][36]
Halliwell, Antony Burton Plt Off BR 141 Sqn Died 1974.
Hallowes, Herbert James Lempriere "Darkie" Sgt BR 43 Sqn Died 20 October 1987.
Halton, Derrick Walton Sgt BR 615 Sqn 1919-1940 MIA 15 August 1940 after his Spitfire P2801 was shot down in combat with Bf 109s.[20]
D'Hamale, Roger Emile de Cannart Sgt BEL 46 Sqn KIA 1 November 1940
Hamar, Jack Royston Plt Off BR 151 Sqn KIA 24 July 1940
Hamblin, Richard Kaye Wg Cdr BR 17 Sqn CBE (1906—1988)
Hamer, Russel Chapman "Lofty" Sgt BR 141 Sqn 1916-1942 KIA 8 September 1942
Hamill, John Warren Plt Off NZ 299 Sqn Killed ferrying aircraft 24 December 1940 (Pilot)[37]
Hamilton, Alexander Lewis Plt Off AUS 248 Sqn
Hamilton, Arthur Charles Plt Off BR 141 Sqn 1912-1940 KIA 19 July 1940 when as an Air Gunner in Defiant L7009 he was shotdown by Bf 109s and crashed at Dover; pilot Flt Lt I.D.G Donald was also killed.[20]
Hamilton, Charles Blackley Sgt BR 219 Sqn DFC KIA 13 April 1945 (Navigator in 1945)
Hamilton, Claud Eric "Hamish" Plt Off BR 234 Sqn KIA 14 May 1941 (Malta) (Pilot)
Hamilton, Harry Raymond Flt Lt CAN 85 Sqn KIA 29 August 1940 (Pilot)
Hamilton, James Sutherland Sgt BR 248 Sqn KIA 13 December 1940
Hamlyn, Ronald Fairfax Sgt BR 610 Sqn
Hammerton, Jack Sgt BR 3 & 615 Sqns KIA 6 November 1940 (Pilot)
Hammond, Derek John Plt Off BR 253 & 245 Sqns
Hampshire, Cyril Edward Sgt BR 85, 111 & 249 Sqns Commissioned in 1942
Hanbury, Bruce Alexander Plt Off BR 1 Sqn KIA 27 March 1942
Hanbury, Osgood Villiers Plt Off BR 602 Sqn DSO DFC* KIA 3 June 1943
Hancock, Ernest Lindsey Plt Off BR 609 Sqn
Hancock, Norman Edward Plt Off BR 65 & 152 Sqns DFC Died December 2008.
Hancock, Norman Patrick Watkins Plt Off BR 1 Sqn OBE, DFC Died 23 February 2003.
Hannan, George Henry Plt Off BR 236 Sqn KIA 21 December 1940 (Air Gunner)
Hanson, David Harry Wellstead Fg Off BR 17 Sqn KIA 3 September 1940 in Hurricane P3539, shot down near Foulness after destroying a Do. 17; Hanson baled out at 100 ft and was killed.[20] (1918-1940)
Hanus, Jan Josef Plt Off CZ 310 Sqn Died 21 April 1992
Hanzlicek, Otto Sgt CZ 312 Sqn KIA 10 October 1940 (drowned)[38]
Hardacre, John Reginald Fg Off BR 504 Sqn KIA 30 September 1940 (Pilot)
Hardcastle, Jack Sgt BR 219 Sqn KIFA 28 October 1940 (Wireless Operator)
Hardie, G Sgt BR 232 Sqn
Harding, Noel Douglas Sgt BR 29 Sqn
Hardman, Harry Gordon Fg Off AUS 111 Sqn Battle of Britain London Monument - F/O H G Hardman
Hargreaves, Frederick Norman Plt Off BR 92 Sqn KIA 11 September 1940
Harkness, Hill Sqn Ldr IRE 257 Sqn
Harrison, David Stewart Plt Off BR 238 Sqn KIA 28 September 1940 (Pilot)
Harrison, John Howard Plt Off BR 145 Sqn KIA 12 August 1940
Harrold, Frederick Cecil Plt Off BR 151 & 501 Sqns KIA 28 September 1940 (Pilot)
Hart, John Stewart Fg Off CAN 602 & 54 Sqns DFC Surviving aircrew[39]
Hartas, Peter McDonnell Fg Off BR 616 Sqns & 603 Sqns & No. 421 (Reconnaissance) Flight KIA 10 February 1941 [40]
Haviland, John Kenneth Plt Off AME 151 Sqn Died 1 July 2002.[41]
Hayes, Thomas Norman Fg Off BR 600 Sqn DFC (1912-2010)
Hay, Richard Cuthbert Lieutenant BR 808 Naval Air Squadron Royal Marine
Hayter, James Chilton Francis "Spud" Fg Off NZ 605 & 615 Sqns DFC* Died 3 October 2006[42] [43]
Haywood, Douglas "Haybag" Sgt BR 151 Sqn Born London, 9 June 1913. Shot down and captured during Ramrod to St Pol, France, 27 August 1943; released 1945 and continued in RAF, retiring in June 1955
Head, Fredrick Arthur Percy Sgt BR 236 Sqn MIA 1 August 1940
Head, Geoffrey Mons Sgt BR 219 Sqn KIA 8 February 1941
Heal, Philip William Dunstan Flt Lt BR 604 Sqn AFC
Healy, Terence William Richard Sgt BR 41 & 611 Sqns Born Islington, London, 1 May 1920; son of Lt Col Christopher Healy MC, CdG (B) & Mabelle Healy of Edgware, Middlesex
Commissioned June 1941; KIA 2 March 1944 with 266 Sqn, aged 23; buried in Grave XXVIII. H. 24 of Bayeux War Cemetery, Calvados, France.
Heath, Barrie Fg Off BR 611 Sqn DFC Died 1988.
Hebron, George Stephen Plt Off BR 235 Sqn
Hedges, Alan Lindsay Plt Off BR 245 & 257 Sqn Died 1997.
Heimes, Leopold "Pol" Sgt BR 235 Sqn Died 26 June 2009[44][45][46]
Helcke, Denis Arnold Sgt BR 504 Sqn KIA 17 September 1940
Hellyer, Richard Owen Flt Lt BR 616 Sqn
Hemingway, John Allman Fg Off IRE 85 Sqn DFC
Henderson, James Alan MacDonald Flt Lt BR 257 Sqn
Hendry, David Oswald AC BR 264 Sqn DFC
Henn, William Bryan Sgt BR 501 Sqn Died 1979
Henneberg, Zdzislaw Karol Fg Off POL 303 Sqn DFC MIA 12 April 1941
Henson, Bernard Sgt BR 32 & 257 Sqn KIA 17 November 1940
Henstock, Lawrence Frederick Flt Lt BR 64 Sqn Died 1981
Heron, Hugh Michael Turretin Plt Off BR 266 & 66 Sqn AFC
Herrick, Brian Henry Plt Off NZ 236 Sqn MIA 24 November 1940
Herrick, Michael James Plt Off BR 25 Sqn DFC MIA 6 June 1944
Heslop, Victor William Sgt BR 56 Sqn
Hess, Alexander Sqn Ldr CZ 310 Sqn (CO) DFC Died 10 August 1981[47]
Hetherington, Erik Lawson Sgt BR 601 Sqn DFC KIFA 31 October 1942
Hewett, Gordon Arthur Sgt BR 607 Sqn Surviving aircrew
Hewitt, Duncan Alexander Plt Off CAN 501 Sqn MIA 12 July 1940
Hewlett, Colin Roy Sgt BR 65 Sqn KIA 12 December 1942
Hewson, John Minchin Flt Lt BR 616 Sqn DFC
Heycock, George Francis Wheaton Sqn Ldr BR 23 Sqn (CO) (1909-1983)
Heywood, Norman Bagshaw Plt Off BR 32, 607 & 257 Sqns KIA 22 October 1940
Heyworth, John Harvey Sqn Ldr BR 79 Sqn (CO) AFC (1910 — 21 September 1959)
Hick, David Thornhill Sgt BR 32 Sqn Died 26 July 1973
Higgins, William Burley Sgt BR 32 & 253 Sqn KIA 14 September 1940
Higginson, Frederick William "Taffy" FSgt BR 56 Sqn DFC, DFM Died 12 February 2003
Higgs, Thomas Peter Kingsland Fg Off BR 111 Sqn KIA 10 July 1940 (Pilot)[48]
Hight, Cecil Henry Plt Off NZ 234 Sqn KIA 15 August 1940 [49]
Hiles, Arthur Herbert Plt Off BR 236 Sqn KIA 15 March 1942
Hilken, Clive G Sgt BR 74 Sqn AE Died 30 June 2005 [50][51]
Hill, Archibald Edmund Plt Off BR 248 Sqn KIA 15 April 1941 (Norway)[52]
Hill, Arnold Maurice Sgt BR 25 Sqn DFC
Hill, Charles Richard Sgt BR 141 Sqn DFC Died 20 October 1985
Hill, Geoffrey Sgt BR 65 Sqn Crashed 4 February 1941 and taken POW
Hill, George Edward Plt Off BR 245 Sqn KIA 31 March 1944 [53]
Hill, Howard Perry Plt Off BR 92 Sqn KIA 20 September 1940 [54][55]
Hill, John Hamar "Johnnie" Sqn Ldr BR 222 Sqn (CO) Died 1998.[56]
Hill, Michael Rowland Plt Off SA 266 Sqn KIA 12 March 1945[57]
Hill, Sydney Jenkyn Plt Off BR 609 Sqn KIA 18 June 1941[58][59]
Hillary, Richard Hope Plt Off BR 603 Sqn KIFA 18 January 1943 (Night training flight)
Hillcoat, Harry Bryan Lillie Flt Lt BR 1 Sqn MIA 3 September 1940
Hillman, Ralph Walter Sgt BR 235 Sqn KIA 6 April 1941[60] (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner)
Hillwood, Peter Sgt BR 56 Sqn DFC Died 1966
Himr, Jaroslav Plt Off CZ 56 Sqn KIA 12 September 1943
Hindrup, Fredrick George NZ 600 Sqn KIA 20 April 1941[61]
Hine, Merrik Hubert Eric Sgt BR 65 Sqn MIA 12 December 1940
Hird, Leonard Sgt BR 604 Sqn KIA 28 June 1941 (Hamburg) Air Gunner
Hithersay, Arthur James Beaumont Sgt BR 141 Sqn
Hlavac, Jaroslav Sgt CZ 56 Sqn KIA 10 October 1940
Hlobil, Alois Plt Off CZ 312 Sqn Died 15 March 1981
Hoare-Scott, James Hammond Plt Off BR 601 Sqn KIA 21 November 1940
Hobbis, Dudley Ormston Plt Off BR 219 Sqn DFC MIA 25 November 1943[62]
Hobbs, Joseph Bedo Plt Off BR 3 Sqn KIA 7 December 1941 (Egypt)[63]
Hobbs, Sydney John Sgt BR 235 Sqn KIA 14 August 1941
Hobson, Colin Anthony Plt Off BR 600 Sqn KIA 3 October 1940
Hobson, Desmond Bogan Flt Lt BR 64 Sqn
Hobson, William Francis Cripps Sqn Ldr BR 601 Sqn
Hodds, William Henry Sgt BR 25 Sqn
Hodge, John Stephen Arthur Sgt BR 141 Sqn KIA 15 July 1942 (El Alamein)
Hodgkinson, Arthur John "Hodge" Plt Off BR 219 Sqn DSO, DFC* KIA 10 July 1943 (Italy)
Hodgson, William Henry Plt Off NZ 85 Sqn DFC KIFA 13 March 1941[64]
Hodson, Claude Gordon Sgt BR 229 & 1 Sqns
Hogan, Henry Algernon Vickers Sqn Ldr BR 501 Sqn (CO) DFC
Hogg, Douglas William Plt Off BR 25 Sqn KIA 3 September 1940
Hogg, Edward Sydney Fg Off BR 152 Sqn
Hogg, John Henry Sgt BR 141 Sqn KIA 23 July 1942 (El Alamein)
Hogg, Robert Dudley Sgt BR 17, 257 & 56 Sqns KIA 11 November 1940
Hogg, Richard Malzard Plt Off BR 152 Sqn MIA 25 August 1940 when Spitfire R6810 was shot down in combat over the Channel.[20]
Hogg, Ralph Vincent Sgt BR 616 Sqn Born West Hartlepool, 1916; son of James W. & Mary C. Hogg of West Hartepool, Co. Durham
MIA 10 December 1940, 41 Sqn, aged 24; remembered on Panel 15 of the Runnymede Memorial.
Holden, Eustace Flt Lt BR 501 Sqn DFC Brother of Kenneth Holden (see below).
Holden, Kenneth Plt Off BR 616 Sqn DFC Brother of Eustace Holden (see above); died 1991.[65]
Holder, Gerald Arthur Sgt BR 236 Sqn Surviving aircrew
Holder, Robert Sgt NZ 151 Sqn KIA 26 October 1940
Holderness, John Browning Flt Lt RHO 1 & 229 Sqns Died 16 April 2008[66]
Holland, Arthur Lawrence Sqn Ldr BR 501 & 65 Sqns (CO)
Holland, Dennis Fredrick Fg Off BR 72 Sqn KIA 20 September 1940
Holland, Kenneth Christopher Sgt AUS 152 Sqn KIA 25 September 1940[67] (Pilot)
Holland, Robert Hugh Fg Off BR 92 Sqn DFC Died 17 November 1954
Holland, Robert Meredith Sgt BR 600 Sqn
Hollis, Ernest James Sgt BR 25 Sqn Died 27 January 1975
Holloway, Sydney Victor Sgt BR 25 Sqn OBE
Hollowell, Kenneth Bruce Sgt BR 25 Sqn
Holmes, Eric Leonard Sgt BR 248 Sqn KIA 12 June 1941
Holmes, Fredrick Henry Plt Off BR 152 Sqn KIA 4 December 1944
Holmes, G Sgt BR 25 Sqn Service details unknown
Holmes, George Henry Plt Off BR 600 Sqn DFM WIA 25 December 1940
Holmes, Raymond Towers "Ray" Sgt BR 504 Sqn Died 27 June 2005.[68]
Holroyd, Wilfred Barwell Sgt BR 501 & 151 Sqns
Holton, Arthur Gerald Vaughan Sgt BR 141 Sqn
Homer, Michael Giles Fg Off BR 242 & 1 Sqns DFC KIA 27 September 1940
Hone, Douglas Harold Plt Off BR 615 Sqn Born 30 September 1917. Remained in RAF, retiring in September 1975 as Flt Lt.
Honor, Dudley Sandry Garton Fg Off BR 145 Sqn DFC
Hood, Hilary Richard Lionel "Robin" Sqn Ldr BR 41 Sqn DFC Born Paddington, London, 13 May 1908; son of John & Helene Hood. Graduated RAF College, Cranwell, January 1929. 41 Sqn CO, 20 April — 5 September 1940; KIFA/MIA 5 September 1940, aged 32. Remembered on Panel 4 of the Runnymede Memorial.[69]
Hook, Archie Sgt BR 248 Sqn MIA 15 December 1940
Hookway, Douglas Newcombe Plt Off BR 234 Sqn
Hooper, Beresford Gwynne Fg Off BR 25 Sqn
Hooper-Smith, Lawrence E Flt Lt BR 234 Sqn AE Died 9 February 2008.
Hope, Sir Archibald Philip Flt Lt BR 601 Sqn (CO) DFC Died 27 July 1987.
Hope, Ralph Fg Off BR 605 Sqn KIA 14 October 1940
Hopewell, James Sgt BR 616 & 66 Sqns DFM KIA 21 January 1942
Hopgood, Charles Leonard Sgt BR 64 Sqn KIA 5 December 1940
Hopkin, William Pelham Plt Off BR 54 & 602 Sqns DFC [70]
Hopton, Bernard Walter Sgt BR 73 Sqn KIA 6 August 1941
Hornby, William Henry Sgt BR 234 Sqn
Horner, Frank George Sgt BR 610 Sqn
Horrox, James Michael Plt Off BR 151 Sqn MIA 16 November 1940 (After flying off HMS Argus)
Horsky, Vladimir Sgt CZ 238 Sqn MIA 26 September 1940
Horton, Patrick Wilmot Fg Off NZ 234 Sqn MiD MIA 16 November 1940 (After flying off HMS Argus)
Hough, Harold Basil Lincoln Plt Off BR 600 Sqn KIA 16 August 1941
Houghton, Cyril George Plt Off BR 141 Sqn Died 22 May 1969
Houghton, Oliver Vincent Sgt BR 501 Sqn KIA 6 September 1940
Hove d'Ertsenrijck, A E A Plt Off BEL 43 & 501 Sqns KIA 15 September 1940
Howard, ? Sgt BR 235 Sqn Service details unknown
Howard, John Plt Off BR 54 & 74 Sqns KIA 6 May 1941
Howard-Williams, Peter Ian Plt Off BR 19 Sqn DFC
Howarth, Eric Francis Sgt BR 501 Sqn KIA 5 September 1941
Howe, Bernard Sgt BR 25 Sqn Kitchener Scholar at Cranwell, 1937–39; KIA 20 April 1941
Howe, Donald Charles Plt Off BR 235 Sqn
Howell, Francis Vincent Sgt BR 87 Sqn Died 5 March 1984
Howell, Frank Jonathan Flt Lt BR 609 Sqn DFC KIFA 9 May 1948
Howes, Harold Norman Sgt BR 85 & 605 Sqn DFM KIA 22 December 1940
Howes, Peter Plt Off BR 54 & 603 Sqns KIA 18 September 1940 [71]
Howitt, Geoffrey Leonard Plt Off BR 615 & 245 Sqns DFC*
Howitt, Isaac Edward Sgt BR 41 Sqn Born Grantham, Lincolnshire, 24 December 1911. Commissioned October 1941. Released from RAF, 1945.
Howley, Richard Alexander Plt Off Newfoundlander 141 Sqn MIA 19 July 1940[72]
Hoyle, George Vincent Sgt BR 232 Sqn KIA 12 May 1941
Hoyle, Henry Nuttall Sgt BR 257 Sqn
Hradil, Frantisek Plt Off CZ 18 & 310 Sqn KIA 5 November 1940[73]
Hruby, Otakar Plt Off CZ 111 Sqn Died 15 May 1993
Hubacek, Josef Sgt CZ 310 Sqn Died 9 April 1988
Hubbard, Brian Fredrick Robert Sgt BR 235 Sqn KIA 9 November 1940 (Malta)
Hubbard, Thomas Edward Flt Lt BR 601 Sqn
Huckin, Philip Edward Sgt BR 600 Sqn DFC
Hughes, A J Sgt BR 245 Sqn
Hughes, David Ernest Sgt NZ 600 Sqn KIA 3 October 1940
Hughes, Dennis Lawrence Plt Off BR 141 Sqn
Hughes, David Price Flt Lt BR 238 Sqn DFC MIA 11 September 1940
Hughes, Frederick Desmond Plt Off BR 264 Sqn DSO, DFC Died 11 January 1992.
Hughes, John McCulloch Middlemore Flt Lt BR 25 Sqn DFC KIA 7 December 1940
Hughes, Paterson Clarence Flt Lt AUS 234 Sqn DFC KIA 7 September 1940 (Pilot)[74]
Hughes, William Robert Kent Flt Sgt BR 23 Sqn DFC, AE Surviving aircrew
Hughes-Rees, John Anthony Sgt BR 609 Sqn DFM Died 30 April 1943 (due to polio).
Hugo, Petrus Hendrik "Dutch" Plt Off SA 615 Sqn DSO, DFC**(UK), DFC (US) Born Pampoenpoort, Cape Province, South Africa, 20 December 1917; CO 41 Sqn 20 November 1941-12 April 1942; Sqn Ldr(WS), July 1942; retired as Sqn Ldr, Feb 1950, retaining Gp Capt; died 6 June 1986 at Victoria West, Karoo.
Hulbert, Donald James Sgt BR 257 & 501 Sqns
Hulbert, Frank Horace Raymond Sgt BR 601 Sqn AFC
Hull, Caesar Barrand Sqn Ldr RHO[75] 263 & 43 Sqns DFC KIA 7 September 1940[76]
Humpherson, John Bernard William Flt Lt BR 32 & 602 Sqns DFC KIA 22 June 1941
Humphrey, Andrew Henry Plt Off BR 266 Sqn OBE, DFC, AFC Died 24 January 1977
Humphreys, Jack David Plt Off BR 29 Sqn DFC KIA 2 August 1942
Humphreys, James Samuel Plt Off NZ 605 Sqn Died 1992
Humphreys, Peter Cecil Plt Off BR 32 Sqn
Humphreys, Peter Harry Fg Off BR 152 Sqn DFC KIFA 11 November 1947
Hunt, Douglas Alfred Charles Sgt BR 66 Sqn
Hunt, David Walter Plt Off BR 257 Sqn
Hunt, Henry Norman Plt Off BR 504 Sqn KIA 12 May 1941
Hunter, Alastair Stewart Flt Lt BR 604 Sqn KIA 6 February 1941
Hunter, Douglas John Sgt BR 29 Sqn Died June 2007.
Hunter, Philip Algernon Sqn Ldr BR 264 Sqn DSO MIA 24 August 1940
Hunter-Tod, John Hunter Fg Off BR 23 Sqn
Hurry, Charles Alexander Lyall Sgt BR 43 & 46 Sqn
Hurst, Peter Richard Scott Plt Off BR 600 Sqn KIA 23 October 1940
Hutchinson, David Alexander Sub Lt (FAA) BR 804 NAS KIA 15 November 1942
Hutchinson, Iain Sgt BR 222 Sqn Died 27 April 2007[77]
Hutley, Richard Ralph Plt Off BR 32 & 213 Sqns KIA 29 October 1940
Hutton, Robert Scott Sgt BR 85 Sqn KIA 12 December 1940
Hybler, Josef Emil Plt Off CZ 310 Sqn Died 9 January 1984 [78]
Hyde, George Gordon Fg Off CAN 1 Sqn RCAF KIA 17 May 1941
Hyde, John Woollard Sgt BR 229 Sqn
Hyde, Reginald Jack Sgt BR 66 Sqn 23 March 1985

I

Name Rank Nationality Sqn during Battle Awards Notes
Ievers, Norman Lancelot Flt Lt IRE 312 Sqn [3]
Igglesden, Charles Patrick Fg Off BR 234 Sqn [3]Born 9 March 1918
Imray, Horace Stanley Sgt BR 600 Sqn [3]20 December 1913 – 2003 aged 89
Ingle, Alec Fg Off BR 605 Sqn DFC AFC AE Taken POW on 11 September 1943.[3]
Ingle-Finch, Michael Roscoe Plt Off BR 607, 151 & 56 Sqns DFC AFC [3] Born 17 June 1920; died 2002, aged 81.
Innes, Robert Alexander Sgt BR 253 Sqn [3] (Pilot)
Inness, Richard Fredrick Plt Off BR 152 Sqn Relinquished commission circa 1953; died 27 November 2009.
Inniss, Aubrey Richard de Lisle Fg Off Barbados 236 Sqn DFC ,[79] NOTE: Surname also spelled Inness
Ireland, Sydney Sgt BR 610 Sqn KIA 12 July 1940 when his Spitfire P9502 lost control in a dive during dogfight practice and crashed at Titsey Park.[20]
Irving, Maurice Milne Flt Lt Scots 607 Sqn MIA 28 September 1940[3] aged 29 when his Hurricane R4189 crashed into the Channel near Selsey following combat with Bf 109s.[20]
Isaac, Lewis Reginald Sgt BR 64 Sqn MIA 5 August 1940[3] Aged 24 when he failed to return in Spitfire L1029 when his squadron were surprised by fighters over the Channel.[20]
Isherwood, Donald William Sgt BR 29 Sqn [3]
Iveson, Thomas Clifford Sgt BR 616 Sqn DFC, AE Surviving aircrew[3](born 1919)
Ivey, Reginald Sgt BR 248 Sqn DFC [3]

J

Name Rank Nationality Sqn during Battle Awards Notes
Jack, Donald Macfarlane Fg Off BR 602 Sqn [3] Died 22 September 2005
Jackson, Arthur AC2 BR 29 Sqn KIA 13 October 1940[3] aged 29 when Blenheim L6637 was shot down by a 312 Squadron Hurricane and crashed in flames off the Point of Aire.[20]
Jackson, Patrick Allison Cathcart Plt Off BR 236 Sqn [3]
Jackson, Peter Frederic Sgt BR 604 Sqn [3] Killed on exercise, 29 May 1941.
Jacobs, Henry Plt Off BR 219 & 600 Sqns DFC AFC [3]
Jacobson, Norman AC2 BR 29 Sqn [3] MIA 25 August 1940 aged 18 when Blenheim L1330 crashed into the sea following possibly being shot down in combat over Wainfleet.[20]
James, Richard Harwood Sgt BR 29 Sqn [3]
James, Robert Stuart Seymour Sgt BR 248 Sqn [3] KIA 29 May 1942
Jameson, Patrick Geraint Flt Lt NZ [11] 266 Sqn (CO) DSO, DFC [3][80] Died September 1996.
Janicki, Zbigniew Plt Off POL 32 Sqn [3] KIA 13 June 1944[81]
Jankiewicz, Jerzy Fg Off POL 601 Sqn DFC [3] MIA 25 May 1942[82]
Janough, Svatopluk Plt Off CZ 310 Sqn [3] Died 12 April 1966 (Surname also spelt "Janouch")
Januszewicz, Wojciech Plt Off POL 303 Sqn [3] KIA 5 October 1940 when his Hurricane P3892 crashed at Stowing following combat with BF 109s.[20]
Jarrett, Raymond Walter Emlyn Sgt BR 501 & 245 Sqns [3] Died 10 August 1984
Jaske, Josef Antonin Plt Off CZ 312 Sqn Died 20 June 2001 [3][83]
Jastrzebski, Franciszek Flt Lt POL 302 Sqn [3] KIA 25 October 1940 when Hurricane V7593 failed to return from a patrol over the Channel.[20]
Javaux, Lucien Leon Gustav Plt Off BEL 235 Sqn [3] KIA 18 October 1943
Jay, Dudley Trevor Plt Off BR 87 Sqn [3] KIA 24 October 1940 when his Hurricane P3404 collided with another Hurricane during a routine patrol. Jay baled out but failed to pull the ripcord and was killed, it is thought he may have hit the tailplane.[20]
Jebb, Michael Fg Off BR 504 Sqn [3] KIA 19 September 1940 when he died of injuries following a crash of Hurricane P2705 near Dartford on 15 September 1940 after combat over south-east London.[20]
Jeff, Robert Voase Flt Lt BR 87 Sqn DFC* [3] MIA 11 August 1940 when he was last seen diving to attack enemy aircraft of Portland Bill in Hurricane V7231.[20]
Jeffcoat, Harry Jeffrey Plt Off BR 236 Sqn [3] KIA 13 December 1941
Jefferson, George Sgt BR 43 Sqn [3]
Jefferson, Stanley Francis Plt Off BR 248 Sqn [3]
Jeffery-Cridge, Hugh Ronald Sgt BR 236 Sqn [3]
Jefferys, George William Sgt BR 46 & 43 Sqns [3] KIA 18 September 1940
Jeffrey,[84] Alistair John Oswald Fg Off BR 64 Sqn DFC [3] KIA 25 July 1940
Jeffries, Charles Gordon St David Plt Off BR 3 & 232 Sqns DFC** [3] Died January 1985.
Jeka, Jozef Sgt POL 238 Sqn [3]
Jenkins, David Nicholas Owen Plt Off BR 253 Sqn [3] KIA 30 August 1940
Jennings, Bernard James Sgt BR 213 Sqn AFC, DFM [3]
Jeram, Dennis Mayvore Sub Lt (FAA) BR 213 Sqn [3]
Jereczek, Edmund Vincenty Plt Off POL 229 & 43 Sqns [3] Died 26 August 1984
Jessop, Ernest Robert Sgt BR 253, 111, 43 & 257 Sqns [3] KIFA 15 December 1941
Jicha, Vaclav Plt Off CZ 1 Sqn [3] KIFA 1 February 1945
Jiroudex, Miroslav Flt Sgt CZ 310 Sqn [3] Died 25 March 1995
Johns, George Binmore Sgt BR 229 Sqn [3]
Johnson, Allan Edward Sgt BR 23 Sqn [3]
Johnson, Allan Everitt Plt Off BR 46 Sqn [3] KIA 4 July 1943
Johnson, Charles Alexander Sgt BR 25 Sqn [3] Died 5 May 1945.
Johnson, Charles Edward Plt Off BR 264 Sqn [3] KIA 28 August 1940
Johnson, Gerald Bruce Sgt NZ 23 Sqn KIFA 28 May 1941[3][85]
Johnson, Joseph Inkerman "Joe" Sgt BR 222 Sqn [3] KIA 30 August 1940[86]
Johnson, James Edgar "Johnnie" Plt Off BR 616 Sqn CB, CBE, DSO**, DFC* [3] Died 30 January 2001.
Johnson, R A Sgt BR 43 Sqn [3]
Johnson, Reginald Bernard Sgt BR 222 Sqn [3][87]
Johnson, Richard Kenneth Howard Sgt BR 235 Sqn [3] KIA 31 January 1945
Johnson, Sydney Frederick Farquhar Plt Off BR 600 Sqn [3] KIA 26 February 1941
Johnson, William John Sgt BR 145 Sqn DFC [3]
Johnston, James Thomas Plt Off CAN 151 Sqn [3] KIA 15 August 1940
Johnstone, Alexander Vallance Riddell "Sandy" Sqn Ldr BR 602 Sqn (CO) DFC [3] Died 13 December 2000.
Joll, Ian Kenneth Sefton Plt Off BR 604 Sqn DFC [3]
Jones, Cyril Arthur Trevor Plt Off BR 611 Sqn DFC [3][88]
Jones, Denys Allan Evan Fg Off BR 3 & 501 Sqns [3]
Jones, Edwin Sgt BR 29 Sqn [3] KIFA 19 December 1940
Jones, Herbert Daniel Baynton Sgt BR 504 Sqn [3] KIA 6 July 1941
Jones, John Sinclair Bucknall Plt Off BR 152 Sqn [3] KIA 11 August 1940
Jones, Joseph Trevor Plt Off BR 264 Sqn [3] KIA 24 August 1940
Jones, Richard Leoline Plt Off BR 64 & 19 Sqns [3] Surviving aircrew[89]
Jones, Robert Eric Plt Off BR 605 Sqn [3][90]
Jones, William R Plt Off BR 266 Sqn AFC [3]
Jottard, Alexis Rene Isidore Ghislain Plt Off BEL 145 Sqn [3] KIA 27 October 1940
Joubert, Charles Cecil Olivier Plt Off BR 56 Sqn [3]
Jowitt, Leonard Sgt BR 85 Sqn [3] KIA 12 July 1940
Juleff, John Rushworth Plt Off BR 600 Sqn [3] Died 1977.

K

Name Rank Nationality Sqn during Battle Awards Notes
Kahn, Arthur Harold Evans Plt Off BR 248 Sqn KIA 15 June 1944
Kane, Terence Michael Fg Off BR 234 Sqn Taken POW after crashing 23 September 1940.[91]
Surviving aircrew
Kania, Jozef Flt Sgt POL 303 Sqn
Karasek, Laurence Robert Sgt BR 23 Sqn KIA 25 September 1940 as part of the crew of Blenheim L8369 when it stalled and crashed on approach to landing near Stourbridge.[20]
Karubin, Stanislaw Sgt POL 303 Sqn VM, KW (3x), DFM KIA 12 August 1941
Karwoski, Wlodzimierz Eugeniusz Plt Off POL 302 Sqn Died 27 April 1985.
Kaucky, Jan Sgt CZ 310 Sqn Died 23 August 1970.
Kawalecki, Tadeusz Wilhelm Plt Off POL 151 Sqn
Kay, Archibald Sgt BR 248 Sqn MIA 13 September 1940
Kay, Desmond Hayward Sidley Plt Off BR 264 Sqn DFC* KIA 19 October 1944
Kay, Jack Kininmonth Plt Off BR 111 & 257 Sqns Died 18 September 1981
Kay-Shuttleworth, Richard Fg Off BR 248 Sqn MIA 13 September 1940[92]
Kayll, Joseph Robert "Joe" Sqn Ldr BR 615 Sqn DSO, DFC, OBE, AE Died 3 March 2000.[93]
Keard, John Alexander Plt Off BR 235 Sqn KIA 4 May 1944
Kearsey, Albert Wallace Sgt BR 152 Sqn
Kearsey, Philip James Plt Off BR 607 & 213 Sqns KIA 29 January 1941
Keast, Francis John Sgt BR 600 Sqn KIA 8 August 1940 (Air Gunner)
Keatings, John "Bugs" Sgt BR 219 Sqn Died 16 February 2010.
Kee, Ernest Harold Clarke Sgt BR 253 Sqn DFC KIA 20 April 1944 (Pilot)
Keel, George Ernest Sgt BR 235 Sqn KIA 9 October 1940 (Wireless Operator/Air Gunner)
Keeler, Rob Roy Gibbons Sgt BR 236 Sqn
Keighley, Geoffrey Plt Off BR 610 Sqn OBE
Kellett, Michael Fg Off BR 111 Sqn DFC
Kellett, Ronald Gustave Sqn Ldr BR 249 & 303 Sqns (CO) DFC, DSO, VM, AE* Died 12 November 1998.[94]
Kellitt, William Henry Sgt BR 236 Sqn Died January 1984.
Kellow, Raymond Alan Flt Lt BR 213 Sqn Died 2 February 2010
Kells, Lionel George Hosford Plt Off BR 29 Sqn MIA 21 February 1941
Kelly, Dillon Piers Denis Gerard Flt Lt BR 74 Sqn DFC Died 11 February 1987 [95]
Kelsey, Eric Norman Sgt BR 611 Sqn MIA 19 January 1941
Kemp, John Leslie Plt Off BR 54 Sqn [96]
Kemp, John Richard Plt Off NZ 141 Sqn MIA 19 July 1940
Kemp, Nigel Leslie Digby Plt Off BR 242 Sqn DFC
Kendal, John Bedford Plt Off BR 66 Sqn KIA 25 May 1942
Kennard, Hugh Charles Fg Off BR 66 Sqn DFC Died 1995[97][98]
Kennard-Davis, Peter Frank Plt Off BR 64 Sqn WIA 10 August 1940 [99]
Kenner, Peter Lewis Plt Off BR 264 Sqn KIA 28 August 1940[100][101]
Kennett, Peter Plt Off BR 3 Sqn KIA 1 April 1941
Kensall, George AC BR 25 Sqn KIA 11 April 1943 (Air Gunner)
Kent, John Alexander "Johnnie" Sqn Ldr CAN 303 & 92 Sqns DFC*, AFC, VM Died 7 October 1985.[102]
Kent, Raymond Dugdale Plt Off BR 235 Sqn
Keogh, Vernon Charles "Shorty" Plt Off AME 609 Sqn MIA 15 February 1941 [103] (NOTE: Surname also spelled Keough)
Keprt, Josef Sgt CZ 312 Sqn Died 29 July 1976.
Ker-Ramsay, Robert Gerald Flt Lt BR 25 Sqn & FIU MBE POW 13 September 1940; Blenheim Z5721 of FIU crashed in Channel off Calais during night patrol (circumstances unknown); Ker-Ramsay, W/Os George Dixon, and "Paddy" Byrne baled out and were captured.[104]
Kershaw, Anthony Plt Off BR 1 Sqn KIA 19 March 1941
Kerwin, John William Fg Off CAN 401 Sqn KIFA 16 July 1942 in Canada, aged 24
Kestin, Ian Herbert Sub Lt (FAA) BR 145 Sqn MIA 1 August 1940[105]
Kestler, Oldrich Sgt CZ 111 Sqn KIA 7 April 1941 (Pilot)
Keymer, Michael Sgt BR 65 Sqn KIA 22 August 1940[106]
Keynes, John Douglas Sgt BR 236 Sqn KIA 4 June 1943
Kidson, Rudal Plt Off NZ 141 Sqn MIA 19 July 1940
Killick, Peter Sgt BR 245 Sqn
Killingback, Frederick William George Sgt BR 249 Sqn
Kilmartin, John Ignatius "Killy" Fg Off IRE 43 Sqn DFC
Kilner, Joseph Richard Sgt BR 65 Sqn Died 11 May 1986.
Kinder, Douglas Steele Plt Off BR 73 Sqn
Kinder, Maurice Craig Plt Off BR 607 Sqn AFC
Kindersley, Alistair Thomas James Lt (FAA) BR 808 NAS KIA 25 July 1941[107]
King, Eric Bruce Sqn Ldr BR 249 & 151 Sqns KIA 30 August 1940[108]
King, Frederick Harry Plt Off BR 264 Sqn DFM KIA 24 August 1940
King, Leonard Frank Douglas Fg Off BR 64 Sqn MIA 19 March 1945
King, Martyn Aurel Plt Off BR 249 Sqn KIA 16 August 1940
King, Peter James Christopher Fg Off BR 66 Sqn KIA 5 September 1940 (Parachute failed to open)
King, William Lawrence Plt Off BR 236 Sqn KIA 22 January 1943
Kingaby, Donald Ernest Sgt BR 266 & 92 Sqns DSO, AFC, DFM Died 31 December 1990[109]
Kingcombe, Charles Brian Fabris Flt Lt BR 92 Sqn DFC*, DSO Died at age 76[110]
Kings, Robert Austin Plt Off BR 238 Sqn Surviving aircrew (born 1914)
Kirk, Thomas Brian Sgt BR 74 Sqn WIA 20 October 1940; died 22 July 1941.[111]
Kirkpatrick, James Charles Plt Off BEL 235 Sqn MIA 9 October 1940
Kirkwood, Mark Tyzack Plt Off BR 610 Sqn MIA 8 November 1940[112]
Kirton, David Ian Sgt BR 65 Sqn KIA 8 August 1940 (Pilot)
Kita, Szymon Sgt POL 85 & 253 Sqns
Kitson, Thomas Roy Plt Off BR 245 Sqn KIA 13 March 1941
Klein, Zygmunt Sgt POL 234 & 152 Sqns MIA 28 November 1940
Kleczkowski, Stefan Plt Off POL 302 Sqn
Klozinski, Wojciech Sgt POL 54 Sqn KW* NOTE: Changed name to V K Stewart in 1945 when he emigrated to Canada.
Knight, Roland Anthony Lee Flt Lt BR 23 Sqn DFC KIA 27 September 1941
Knocker, William Rodney Alexander Fg Off BR 264 Sqn OBE
Komaroff, Lennert Aexel Sgt BR 141 Sqn KIA 19 September 1944 (Navigator)
Kominek, Josef Flt Sgt CZ 310 Sqn Czech MC KIA 8 June 1941[113] (Pilot)
Kopecky, Miroslav Sgt CZ 111 & 253 Sqns Died 19 August 1983.
Kopriva, Josef Sgt CZ 310 Sqn Died 23 June 1976.
Korber, Karel Sgt CZ 32 Sqn MIA 3 May 1943
Kordula, Frantisek Plt Off CZ 17 & 1 Sqns Died 18 September 1979.
Kosarz, Wilhelm Sgt POL 302 Sqn KIA 8 November 1940
Kosinski, Kazimierz Bronislaw Flt Lt POL 32 Sqn MIA 26 January 1942
Koukal, Josef Sgt CZ 310 Sqn WIA 7 September 1940; died 23 February 1980.
Kowalski, Jan Sgt POL 303 Sqn
Kowalski, Julian Fg Off POL 302 Sqn
Kozlowski, Franciszek Plt Off POL 501 Sqn KIA 13 March 1943
Kramer, Marcus Plt Off BR 600 Sqn DFC KIA 21 May 1941
Krasnodebski, Zdzislaw Sqn Ldr POL 303 Sqn VM, KW Died 3 July 1980 in Toronto, Canada.
Kratkoruky, Bedrich Sgt CZ 1 Sqn MIA 15 January 1943
Kredba, Miroslav Flt Lt CZ 310 Sqn KIFA 14 February 1942 (Training) [114]
Krepski, Walenty Plt Off POL 54 Sqn MIA 7 September 1940[115]
Krol, Waclaw Szczepan Plt Off POL 302 Sqn CdeG, VM, DFC, KW (4x) Died 15 June 1991 in Warsaw
Kucera, Jaroslav Sgt CZ 245 Sqn KIA 19 December 1941
Kucera, Jiri V Sgt CZ 238 Sqn Died 24 January 1980.
Kucera, Otmar Sgt CZ 111 Sqn
Kumiega, Tadeusz Leon Plt Off BR 17 Sqn KW* [116]
Kustrzynski, Zbigniew Fg Off POL 607 Sqn Taken POW 4 April 1942; escaped 1 February 1945.
Kuttlewascher, Karl Sgt CZ 1 Sqn DFC* 1916 — 17 August 1959.
Kwiecinski, Jozef Sgt POL 145 Sqn MIA 12 August 1940

Notes on table

  • Ranks given are those held during the Battle of Britain, although a higher rank may have been achieved after the Battle.
  • All individuals listed in bold and highlighted in silver are believed to be still alive.
  • Aircrew listed as KIA, MIA, WIA or KIFA during the Battle of Britain are highlighted in blue.
  • The awards listed include those made during the Battle of Britain and during the remainder of World War II, as well as any made post-war.
  • In order to limit the numbers of footnotes which would otherwise be required, the symbol under "Notes" indicates several entries in the text of Ramsay 1989, while the symbol indicates that information on the circumstances under which an airman became a casualty during the Battle is included in the text of the book. Where more than one crew member of a multi place aircraft was involved this is included as a cross-reference under "Notes"
  • In addition to 2,353 British aircrew, the RAF Roll of Honour recognises 574 personnel from other countries;[3] namely:
Australia, Barbados, Belgium, Canada, Czechoslovakia, France, Ireland, Jamaica, Newfoundland, New Zealand, Poland, Rhodesia, South Africa and the United States.[117]

Abbreviations

Nationalities

AME American
AUS Australian
BEL Belgian
BR British
CAN Canadian
CZ Czechoslovakian
FR French
IRE Irish
NZ New Zealander
POL Poland
RHO Rhodesian
SA South African

Awards

Award Title Notes
AE Air Efficiency Award Awarded for ten years' efficient service in the Royal Auxiliary Air Force
AFC Air Force Cross Awarded for "an act or acts of valour, courage or devotion to duty whilst flying, though not in active operations against the enemy".
CB Companion in The Order of the Bath Awarded at the monarch's pleasure
CDeG Croix de guerre A military decoration of both France and Belgium, also commonly bestowed to foreign military forces allied to France and Belgium.
CdeL Croix de la Libération A decoration of France awarded for very meritorious conduct with the Free French Forces during World War II.
CdeLd'H Croix de Légion d'honneur A decoration of France awarded for excellent civil or military conduct delivered, upon official investigation.
CdeLL Croix de L'Ordre de Leopold Awarded to Belgian nationals or some distinguished foreign persons who made very important contributions to the Belgian state or society.
DFC Distinguished Flying Cross Awarded to Royal Air Force commissioned officers and Warrant Officers for "an act or acts of valour, courage or devotion to duty whilst flying in active operations against the enemy".
DFC* Distinguished Flying Cross and Bar A bar is added to the ribbon for holders of the DFC who received a second award.
DFC** Distinguished Flying Cross and Bar A second bar is added to the ribbon for holders of the DFC and Bar who received a third award.
DFM Distinguished Flying Medal Awarded to military below commissioned rank, for "an act or acts of valour, courage or devotion to duty whilst flying in active operations against the enemy".
DSO Distinguished Service Order Awarded for meritorious or distinguished service by officers of the armed forces during wartime, typically in actual combat.
DSO* Distinguished Service Order and Bar A bar is added to the ribbon for holders of the DSO who received a second award.
DSO** Distinguished Service Order and Two Bars A second bar is added to the ribbon for holders of the DSO and Bar who received a third award.
GCB Knight Grand Cross of The Order of the Bath Awarded at the monarch's pleasure
KCVO Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order Awarded for personal service to the sovereign
KStJ Knight of the Order of Saint John
KZ Krzyz Zaslugi, Polish "Cross of Merit" Awarded for exemplary public service or humanitarian work that goes above and beyond the call of duty.
MBE Member of the Order of the British Empire Awarded at the monarch's pleasure
MC Military Cross Awarded for "an act or acts of exemplary gallantry during active operations against the enemy on land to all members, of any rank".
MM Military Medal Awarded for acts of gallantry and devotion to duty under fire
OBE Officer of the Order of the British Empire Awarded at the monarch's pleasure
OStJ Officer of the Order of Saint John
VC Victoria Cross Highest British military decoration, awarded for valour in the face of the enemy.
VM Virtuti Militari Highest Polish military award for courage in the face of the enemy.

See also

References

  1. ^ The MOD
  2. ^ "The Battle of Britain Historical Society". Battleofbritain1940.net. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af ag ah ai aj ak al am an ao ap aq ar as at au av aw ax ay az ba bb bc bd be bf bg bh bi bj bk bl bm bn bo bp bq br bs bt bu bv bw bx by Royal Air Force Battle of Britain Roll of Honour
  4. ^ Ramsay 1989, p.253.
  5. ^ The Royal Air Force Chapel, Westminster Abbey RAF media files. Retrieved on 15 April 2009.
  6. ^ Ramsay 1989, p.254.
  7. ^ Home page The Battle of Britain Memorial Trust. Retrieved on 15 April 2009.
  8. ^ Battle of Britain London Monument – project history Retrieved on 15 April 2009.
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  10. ^ Beaufighter R2065 crashed into trees near Balcombe Place, Balcombe; Gardiner and pilot Fg Off K W Worsdell both killed
  11. ^ a b Listed as British
  12. ^ Notice of death of John Rushton Gard'ner
  13. ^ Peter Melvill Gardner profile
  14. ^ http://brew.clients.ch/RAF41Sqdn.htm
  15. ^ Lionel Manley "Elmer" Gaunce profile
  16. ^ Arthur Govan profile
  17. ^ http://www.thesoutheastecho.co.uk/Pilots/gibbins.htm
  18. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - F/Lt. J A A GIBSON". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  19. ^ Humphrey Trench Gilbert profile
  20. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s Ramsey 1996, pp. 314-533
  21. ^ Dave Glaser profile
  22. ^ Ernest Derek Glaser profile
  23. ^ John Nixon Glendinning profile
  24. ^ Witold Jozef Glowacki profile
  25. ^ Claude Waller Goldsmith profile
  26. ^ Often listed as Palestinian as he was born in the Palestine Mandate to British parents.
  27. ^ Profile of John Arthur Gerald Gordon
  28. ^ http://www.thesoutheastecho.co.uk/Pilots2/Gout_G.htm
  29. ^ Profile of Trevor Gray
  30. ^ William James "Sticks" Gregory profile
  31. ^ Reginald Harry Gretton profile
  32. ^ Dorian George Gribble profile
  33. ^ "P/O R G C De Hemricourt De Grunne". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  34. ^ http://www.cwgc.org/search-for-war-dead/casualty/1810050/GUNDRY,%20KENNETH%20CRADOCK
  35. ^ Ian Hallam profile @ www.bbm.org.uk
  36. ^ Ian Lewis McGregor Hallam profile
  37. ^ John Warren Hamill profile
  38. ^ Otto Hanzlicek profile
  39. ^ John Stewart Hart profile
  40. ^ Profile of Peter McDonnell Hartas
  41. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O J K HAVILAND". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  42. ^ Profile of "Spud" Hayter
  43. ^ "Sqn Ldr Heyter". 74squadron.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  44. ^ disc.yourwebapps.com
  45. ^ http://www.bbm.org.uk/images/heimes-b.jpg
  46. ^ "Heimes Leopold". 350sqn.be. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  47. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - S/Ldr. A Hess". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  48. ^ First British airman to be lost in the Battle - his Hurricane collided with a Dornier 17 over Dungeness, Kent.(His body was washed up in the Netherlands a month later)
  49. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O CH HIGHT". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  50. ^ "Clive Hilken". 74squadron.org.uk. 2005-06-30. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  51. ^ Profile of Clive G. Hilken
  52. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. 1941-04-15. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  53. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. 1944-03-31. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  54. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. 1940-09-20. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  55. ^ Howard Perry Hill profile
  56. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - S/Ldr. J H HILL". Bbm.org.uk. 1912-12-28. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  57. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  58. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. 1941-06-18. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  59. ^ by M.A. Kinnear; Cranston Fine Arts Aviation, Military and Naval Art"Vickers Supermarine Spitfire Mk Ia X4590 PR-F."Sydney J. Hill profile, . Directart.co.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  60. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Pilot's Stories - Sgt. R W Hillman". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  61. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  62. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. 1943-11-25. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  63. ^ "Casualty Details". CWGC. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  64. ^ William Henry Hodgson profile
  65. ^ Kenneth Holden profile
  66. ^ John Browning Holderness profile
  67. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Sgt. K C HOLLAND". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  68. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Pilot's Stories - Sgt. R T Holmes". Bbm.org.uk. 1940-09-15. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  69. ^ Hilary Hood profile
  70. ^ William Pelham Hopkin profile
  71. ^ Peter Howes profile
  72. ^ "Battle of Britain Monument London - Pilots from Newfoundland". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  73. ^ Frantisek Hradil profile
  74. ^ Paterson Clarence Hughes profile
  75. ^ Often listed as South African but born in Southern Rhodesia
  76. ^ "Squadron Leader Caesar B Hull" (PDF). Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  77. ^ http://www.thesoutheastecho.co.uk/Pilots/Hutchinson.htm
  78. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O J E HYBLER". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  79. ^ "Battle of Britain Monument London - Pilots from Barbados". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  80. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - S/Ldr. P G JAMESON". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  81. ^ http://www.thesoutheastecho.co.uk/Pilots/Janicki_Z.htm
  82. ^ http://www.thesoutheastecho.co.uk/Pilots/Jankiewicz_J.htm
  83. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O J A JASKE". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  84. ^ Listed incorrectly as Jeffery
  85. ^ Gerald Bruce Johnson profile
  86. ^ Joseph Inkerman Johnson profile
  87. ^ http://www.thesoutheastecho.co.uk/Pilots/Johnson_RB.htm
  88. ^ Cyril Arthur Trevor Jones profile
  89. ^ Richard Leoline Jones profile
  90. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Pilot's Stories - P/O. R E Jones". Bbm.org.uk. 1940-08-15. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  91. ^ Terence Michael Kane profile
  92. ^ "Person Page 8276". thePeerage.com. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  93. ^ "Wearside's Heroes". Sunderland Echo. Retrieved 2009-06-30. 
  94. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - S/Ldr. R G KELLETT". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  95. ^ Dillon Kelly profile
  96. ^ John Leslie Kemp profile
  97. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - F/O H C Kennard". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  98. ^ Hugh Kennard profile
  99. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O P F KENNARD-DAVIS". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  100. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument – P/O P L KENNER". Bbm.org.uk. 1940-06-23. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  101. ^ Peter Kenner profile
  102. ^ Johnnie Kent profile
  103. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O V C KEOUGH". Bbm.org.uk. 1941-02-15. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  104. ^ Ramsay 1989, p. 447.
  105. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Sub/Lt. (FAA) I H KESTIN". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  106. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Sgt. M KEYMER". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  107. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Lt. (FAA) A T J KINDERSLEY". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  108. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument – S/Ldr. E B King". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  109. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - Sgt. D E KINGABY". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  110. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - F/Lt. C B F KINGCOME". Bbm.org.uk. 1917-05-31. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  111. ^ Thomas Brian Kirk profile
  112. ^ Mark Tyzack Kirkwood profile
  113. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - F/Sgt. J KOMINEK". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  114. ^ "Battle of Britain London Monument - P/O M Kredba". Bbm.org.uk. Retrieved 2010-05-08. 
  115. ^ Walenty Krepski profile
  116. ^ Tadeusz Leon Kumiega profile
  117. ^ Battle of Britain London Monument – participants Retrieved on 15 April 2009

Notes

  1. ^ This was initially regarded as being from 8 August to 31 October 1940; however, the dates were later amended to also include those who lost their lives between 10 July and 7 August.

Bibliography

  • Ramsay, Winston, ed. The Battle of Britain Then and Now Mk V. London: Battle of Britain Prints International Ltd, 1989. ISBN 0-900913-46-0.
  • Ringlstetter, Herbert (2005). Helmut Wick, An Illustrated Biography Of The Luftwaffe Ace And Commander Of Jagdgeschwader 2 During The Battle Of Britain. Atglen, PA: Schiffer Publishing. ISBN 0-7643-2217-6.
  • Remembering the Battle of Britain
  • Robert Dixon, '607 Squadron: A Shade Of Blue'. The History Press 2008. ISBN 978-0-7524-4531-1
  • Robert Dixon, 'A Gathering Of Eagles' PublishBritannica 2004, ISBN 1-4137-3498-7
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