Bomber Command-Book of Remembrance

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Status: On original site
Type: Non freestanding
Location: Internal
Setting: Inside a building - public/private
Description: Roll of Honour or Book of Remembrance
  • Glass Glass
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  • Paper Paper
  • Timber Timber (any)
Lettering: Other
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: Leather bound Book of Remembrance in a glass topped case. The names are hand written in a single column on each page, quite crudely. It is not a fine work of art! Dedicated 1 May 1993
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Front Cover- 1939 1945/A BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE Fly Leaf-Presented to the North East Regional Branch of the/Bomber Command Association/In Honour of their Colleagues who served The King and Country and to perpetuate the/memory of those who lost their lives in World War II 1939-1945/"Fallen"/"Dulce et Decorum East Pro Patria Mori"/In High Esteem to/John Conlin/From an oration by Pericles,/Athenian Statesman and Military Commander/circa 495-425/[text] Title PageNo 3 N.E. Branch Bomber Command Association/This Book of Remembrance/Is In Memory of All Royal Air Force/Personnel Who Gave Their Lives During The/Second World War/1939-1945/Contained in this book are the names of/Royal Air Force Personnel, Air & Ground Crews,/Royal Canadian Air Force Personnel/One American serving with the Royal Air Force/Several Royal New Zealand Air Force Personnel/Several Royal Australian Air Force Personnel/One Czechoslovakian with the Royal Air Force/one Dutchman from the R Netherlands Air Force,/One Indian from the Royal Indian Air Force,/ands several W.A.A.F.'s./This book has been compiled by/F. Whitfield D.F.M. & F. Corbyn,/Main book graphics by/T. Whiteley/ Pages 1 to 130[ names A to Y in alphabetical order with their service number, rank, decorations and squadron number/ Page 131-Graves of Fliers in Fogo Churchyard/Fogo is north of a line between Kelso & Berwick/[15 names] Page 132-]names Z]

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