Group    From 1/5/1936  To 17/11/1943

Fighter Command

Categories: Armed Forces

Famous for its role in the Battle of Britain, fending off the German air attack on Britain.

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Fighter Command

Commemorated atInformation

Croydon Aerodrome Battle of Britain memorial

21 foot high and topped with a bronze eagle, this monument does not actually ...

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W. Gander

W. Gander

Co-partner or employee of the South Suburban Gas Company. Served but did not die in WW1.

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW1

1 memorial
Dame Katharine Furse

Dame Katharine Furse

Born Katharine Symonds in Bristol. She spent most of her early life in Switzerland and Italy. She joined the Red Cross Voluntary Aid Department in 1909, and at the outbreak of WW1, she headed the f...

Person, Armed Forces, Italy, Switzerland

1 memorial
Reuben Norman

Reuben Norman

Member of the ARP/Civil Defence Services - auxiliary ambulance driver. Andrew Behan has kindly provided this research: Reuben Norman was born in 1920. He married his wife, Frances, and they had on...

Person, Armed Forces, War Memorial WW2

1 memorial
Robin Waterston

Robin Waterston

Pilot. Born Robin McGregor Waterston in Edinburgh. He joined 603 Squadron, Auxiliary Air Force at Turnhouse in 1937, and was called to full-time service on August 24th 1939. Shot down over Woolwich...

Person, Armed Forces, Scotland

1 memorial
ORP Orkan

ORP Orkan

Former Destroyer in the Polish Navy. ORP stands for Okret Rzeczypospolitej Polskiej (Ship of the Polish Republic).

Vehicle, Armed Forces, Poland

1 memorial