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RAF and Commonwealth Air Forces Roll of Honour - The Unaccounted Airmen Project

This is a database of all commonwealth airforces casualities in the Second World War. The primary data is taken from the CWGC site, but the data is enhanced by the AIR81 data from the National Archives and the Unaccounted Airmen and Airwomen Project that was initiated by the late Henk Welting, and being continued by the forum members. This tool helps you to easily search for a casuality based on partial name or number, exact date or year of death, provide the aircraft associated with the casuality or details. View the month by month coverage details.

We acknowledge that the data compiled here comes from multiple sources. National Archive ORBs (links given) and other external websites. Even for external websites - it is quite likely that they refer to published material on RAF history and losses. Some of these books/authors are acknowledged in our Essential RAF Researchers Book List

The data continously feeds into some Graphical Charts : View some of the charts here

By year of death : 1939 | 1940 | 1941 | 1942 | 1943 | 1944 | 1945 | 1946 | 1947

There are a total of 122357 casuality records in this database. About 24408 records (19.95%) have some details on circumstances of death.
Your current query returns 17 records,of which 17 records (100.00%) have circumstances of death. You can click on the result fields to narrow the search.

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Leading AircraftmanFrantisek DUNDERA (787822) Battle I N2024 AIR81/7586 1941-07-134 AOS United KingdomStranraer (Glebe) Cemetery
Leading AircraftmanJosef DRCKA (787821) Battle I N2024 AIR81/7586 1941-07-134 AOS United KingdomRunnymede Memorial
Leading AircraftmanJan MARSALEK () Battle I N2060 AIR81/7604 1941-07-134 AOS United KingdomStranraer (Glebe) Cemetery
Leading AircraftmanZdenek HYTKA (787841) Battle I N2060 AIR81/7604 1941-07-134 AOS United KingdomStranraer (Glebe) Cemetery
PorucznikEugeniusz BYLINSKI (P/0210) Battle I N2060 AIR81/7604 1941-07-144 AOS United KingdomStranraer (Glebe) Cemetery
Plutonowy-PodchorazyKazimierz Stefan ROSIEWICZ (P/782028) Botha I L6417 Forum Post 1941-08-284 AOS United KingdomHolyhead (St. Mary's) Roman Ca
SergeantWilliam MAIN (1109806) Pilot Botha I L6341 Forum Post 1941-09-284 AOS United KingdomDumbarton Cemetery
Aircraftman 2nd ClassArthur James TRUMAN (1186207) U/T Wireless Op./Air Gunn Botha I L6341 Forum Post 1941-09-284 AOS United KingdomBirmingham (Brandwood End) Cem
CorporalCharles Jellicoe BLEACKLEY (655731) U/T Observer Botha I L6341 Forum Post 1941-09-284 AOS United KingdomLeicester City (Gilroes) Crema
Leading AircraftmanReginald Alfred LUSHA (1003160) Observer Botha I L6341 Forum Post 1941-09-284 AOS United KingdomTittleshall (St. Mary) Churchy
Leading AircraftmanFrank Foy MORGAN (655915) U/T Observer Botha I L6286 Forum Post 1941-10-294 AOS United KingdomCatterick Cemetery
Leading AircraftmanRobert Charles SHARP (1166717) Observer Botha I L6195 Forum Post 1941-11-184 AOS United KingdomRadlett (Christ Church) Church
Leading AircraftmanCiaran Anzlony CLARKE (1377842) Botha I L6195 Forum Post 1941-11-184 AOS Ireland, Republic ofLittle Bray (St. Peter's) Cath
Aircraftman 1st ClassWilliam Charles ELLIS (1263000) Wireless Operator Botha I L6195 Forum Post 1941-11-184 AOS United KingdomManor Park Cemetery
Aircraftman 2nd ClassGeorge William KING (1385285) Wireless Operator Botha I L6195 Forum Post 1941-11-184 AOS United KingdomEast London Cemetery, Plaistow
SergeantWalter Francis Godfrey HOBBY (748138) Pilot Botha I L6195 Forum Post 1941-11-184 AOS United KingdomGloucester Old Cemetery
Flight LieutenantGeorge Christopher CHALLIS (83165) Forum Post 1941-11-234 AOS United KingdomBuchanan Churchyard Extension

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