Battle of Britain London Monument – Sgt. D R BRIGGS

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Dennis Rushworth Briggs, from Bradford, Yorkshire joined the RAF in August 1938 as an Airman u/t Observer. After completing his training he joined 236 Squadron on July 24th 1940.

He failed to return from a reconnaissance sortie over Brest on December 21st 1940 in Blenheim IV R3878. The crew of S/Ldr. GW Montagu (pilot), P/O GH Hannan (Gunner) and Briggs were all killed.

Briggs was 24 and is buried with the other two members of his crew in Bayeux War Cemetery, France

 

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