Battle of Britain London Monument – Sgt. R Hall

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Robert Hall joined the RAFVR in October 1939 as an Airman u/t Air Gunner. He was serving with 29 Squadron at Wellingore for part of the Battle of Britain.

He made his first operational sortie with the squadron on 15th September 1940 and his final sortie, as an Air Gunner, on 12th December 1940. The squadron began receiving its first Beaufighters about this time.

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Hall retrained as a radar operator and flew his first Beaufighter sortie on 29th March 1941 and his last on 3rd October 1941.

On 7th October 1941 Hall was flying with F/O CR Miles in Beaufighter T3355. The aircraft hit high ground at Westfield Sole, Kent and both men were killed.

Hall is buried at Felling (Heworth) Cemetery, County Durham.

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