Plaque

RAF Borneo PoWs at St Clement Danes

Inscription

This memorial stone is dedicated to the memory of all those members of the Royal Air Force who died by the actions of their captors whilst prisoners of war in Sandakan - Ranau, N. Borneo, 1943 - 45.
"In the midst of life, remember them"

Site: St Clement Danes memorials (6 memorials)

WC2, Strand, St Clement Danes

These stones are laid in the ground to the right of the wreath that can be seen in our photograph. Left to right they are:
Suez, Gang Shows, the fallen, Denmark, Boys, Borneo.

This section lists the subjects commemorated on the memorial on this page:
RAF Borneo PoWs at St Clement Danes

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RAF POWs lost in Borneo

Members of the Royal Air Force who died by the actions of their captors whils...

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This section lists the other memorials at the same location as the memorial on this page:
RAF Borneo PoWs at St Clement Danes

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RAF boys at St Clement Danes

RAF boys at St Clement Danes

To commemorate Royal Air Force apprentices and boy entrants, 1920 - 1993.

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RAF fallen at St Clement Danes

RAF fallen at St Clement Danes

In memory of the fallen members of the RAF Regiment and associated overseas f...

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RAF Gang Show Assoc. at St Clement Danes

RAF Gang Show Assoc. at St Clement Danes

Founder Sqdn Ldr. Ralph Reader, CBE Royal Air Force Gang Shows Association ...

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RAF Suez at St Clement Danes

RAF Suez at St Clement Danes

Royal Air Force (Egypt) Memorial gives a report of the laying of this stone.

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RAF thanks from Denmark at St Clement Danes

RAF thanks from Denmark at St Clement Danes

In honour and gratitude for assistance and support 1940 - 1945 Royal Air Fo...

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