Bomber Command Memorial

Overview

The Bomber Command Memorial was completed in 2012 and is dedicated to the 55,573 aircrew who died while serving in the RAF with Bomber Command in the Second World War.

The memorial is a very memorable place to visit; it consists of a dramatic, classical portico which contains a magnificent bronze statue of seven aircrew, representing each member of a bomber’s crew.

The memorial is maintained by the RAF Benevolent Fund.

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Hyde Park Corner, London, W1K 1QZ

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Bomber Command Memorial

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Hyde Park Corner
London
W1K 1QZ

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