Battle of Britain London Monument – P/O J E P Laricheliere

Battle of Britain London Monument – P/O J E P Laricheliere Battle of Britain Monument Home THE BATTLE OF BRITAIN LONDON MONUMENT Battle of Britain London Monument The Battle of Britain London Monument "Never in the field of human
conflict was so much owed
by so many to so few
." London Monument Site Drawing of Battle of Britain London Monument Battle of Britain London Monument Home Contact Information     How to Contribute     Latest News     Home          

About The Monument
History of the Project
The Monument Now
Visitor Information

The Airmen

Airmens names listed by   country of origin

Airmens stories

Privacy Statement The Airmen’s Stories – P/O J E P Laricheliere

 

Joseph Emile Paul Laricheliere was born in Montreal, Canada on 3rd December 1912. He attended the University of Montreal and graduated in 1933.

In August 1939 he joined the RAF on a short service commission and did his elementary flying at 22 E&RFTS Cambridge. With his training completed, he was posted to 6 OTU Sutton Bridge on 18th May 1940. After converting to Hurricanes he was posted to 213 Squadron at Biggin Hill on the 25th.

 

 

He claimed two Me110’s and a Me109 destroyed on 13th August and two Me110’s and a Ju87 on the 15th. He failed to return from combat off Portland on 16th August.

Laricheliere was 27. He is commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial, Panel 9.

 

 

Above image courtesy of Dean Sumner

Battle of Britain Monument © Battle of Britain Archive 2007  –   Email: info@bbm.org.uk                    Site management by Consult-X and Altroy