RAF Funerals

Surviving photographs of RAF funerals are very rare, although many were taken officially during the war so that relatives living abroad could see that their loved ones had been buried with honour. Two photographs which recently emerged were for two young Australians killed in training. Their friend Norman McIntyre, in whose album  the photographs were preserved, survived them by only eighteen months, dying over Berlin on 16 December 1943. See: RAF Funerals

Categories: RAF Losses & Memorials


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