384th Bomb Group (H) window

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Reference WMO/268695


American Air Museum

Imperial War Museum Duxford


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Status: On subsequent site(s)
Type: Freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Stained glass window
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Replica 3 light stained glass in oak frame and tracery. Does not have inscription of original, bears Stars and Stripes and Union Flag in centre of tracery. Outside tracery, from left, shows squadron insignia 544th/545th/546th. Main lights consist of stylised B17 Flying Fortress + 547th, Cross and Star of David, Badge of 384th Bomb Group above Fortress. Originally in the Post Office at Grafton Underwood. The original window is WMO268694.
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LABEL ON EXHIBIT: This is a replica of a stained-glass window in the church at / St James the Apostle, Grafton Underwood, Northamptonshire. // ... exists as a memorial to the / men who served at the / nearby airfield - Station 106. Several units were bases there, but it / is most associated with the 384th Bomb Group. Over 1,500 of the / Group's airmen were killed or reported as Missing in Action / operating from the airfield. // This window has been kindly loaned by / the 384th Bomb Goup Association, {previously Q Bland}

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