Battle of Britain London Monument – Bomber Command Memorial

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The long-overdue memorial to the crews of Bomber Command was unveiled in Green Park, London by Her Majesty The Queen on 28th June 2012.

It commemorates the 125,000 men who served and in particular the 55,573 airmen who lost their lives.

The memorial is situated between Green Park and Hyde Park Corner tube stations and is open to view at all times.

To visit the memorial’s own website click here

 

 

Above and below; a visit on Remembrance weekend 2013 revealed many poppies left by visitors

 

 

                                    

 

 

Above: pictured at the unveiling in 2012, Robert Reynolds, who flew Lancasters with 101 Squadron from Ludford Magna

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