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#Name* (↑)First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir Force (↑)Command (↑)Unit (↑)DateofIncident *See Note (↑)Aircraft (↑)TypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
2251 CampbellG DFlying OfficerRCAFBomber Command424 Sqd RCAF
1944-08-12HalifaxIIILV951QB-ASkipton on Swale2127BraunschweigCrashed at VisselhovedePoW Paradie Archive Database
2252 CampbellH TFlight SergeantRCAFBomber Command426 Sqd RCAF
1944-12-17HalifaxVIILW209OW-YLinton on Ouse246DuisburgPoW Paradie Archive Database
2253 CampbellC JWarrant Officer Class 2RCAFBomber Command431 Sqd RCAF
1944-05-12HalifaxIIIMZ629SE-BCroft2147LeuvenCrashed Waterloo {Brabant}KilledBrussels Town Cemetery Paradie Archive Database
2254 CampbellF WWarrant Officer Class 2RCAFBomber Command582 Sqd
1944-12-23LancasterIIIPB5236O-JLittle Staughton1029KolnCrashed at Opitter {Limburg}KilledGroesbeek Canadian War CementeryParadie Archive Database
2255 CampbellJ LWarrant Officer Class 1RCAFBomber Command582 Sqd
1944-03-12LancasterIIIPB6296O-JLittle Staughton804HiembachParadie Archive Database
2256 CampbellC I DSergeantBomber Command115 Sqd
2257 CampbellW SSergeantBomber Command12 Sqd
2258 CampbellISergeantBomber Command156 Sqd
1944-06-07LancasterIIIND577GT-EUpwood.0058.VersaillesCrashed at les Mesnuls {Yvelines}Killedles Mesnuls Churchyard
2259 CampbellA BPilot Officer186290PilotFighter257 Sqd
1944-12-24TyphoonIbMN931SCrashed near UtrechtKilledHeverlee War Cemetery Belgium
2260 CampbellKenneth Alfred JohnSergeant13865251921PilotRAFVRBomber Command35 Sqd (Madras Presidency)
1944-01-05HalifaxIIHX160TL-OGraveley2346StettinOutbound attacked, probably by a night-fighter, and severely damaged. Over the target area the starboard wing wing was set on fire and in the explosion that followed, those that survived were thrown clear. The aircraft crashed crashed 40 miles West of Stettin. Those who perished were initially buried in the Prisoner of War Section Stettin Military CemeteryKilled Age 23Poznan Old Garrison Cemetery Poland Coll. Grave 6. C. 3-12.
Son of Alfred Claude and Dorothy May Campbell, of Northolt, Greenford, Middlesex
2261 CampbellDonald JFlying OfficerPilotBomber Command35 Sqd (Madras Presidency)
1944-12-09LancasterIIIPB308TL-OGraveley1213Wanne-EickelCrashed at GelsenkirchenKilledReichswald Forest War Cemetery
2262 CampbellJ CFlight LieutenantPilotFighter416 Sqd RCAF
1944-07-12SpitfireIXMJ141EscortAbandoned near Caen
2263 CampbellJohn GordonFlight Sergeant1489683NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command619 Sqd
1944-03-24LancasterIDV328PG-LConingsby1853BerlinCrashed south of Teltow some 16km SW from the centre of Berlin. Plt.Off. Thompson and his crew were on their second operation. Their first operation had been to Frankfurt two days previously

Eighteen a/c from 619 Sqn took part in this operation. The weather was good enough to start the mission. But they encountered strong winds en route, blowing many crews off course and into heavily defended areas. There was no cloud and numerous encounters took place with night fighters. The winds made for high closing speeds over the target and bombing was difficult and consequently not accurate.

Thirteen of the twenty bombers lost on this mission were shot down by night-fighters but it has not been possible to determine the fate of DV32
KilledBerlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery Coll.Grave 8.J.11-12
2264 CampbellD SSergeantBomber Command640 Sqd
1944-05-12HalifaxIIILW499C8-GLeconfield2201HassettCrashed Genk {Limburg}KilledSchoolselhof Cemetery
2265 CampbellW WFlight SergeantBomber Command90 Sqd
1944-04-12StirlingIIILJ483XY-VTuddenham2325SOECrashed at Roye {Somme}KilledRoye New British Cemetery
2266 CampbellNigel DouglasFlight Sergeant426774AustraliaRAAF102 Sqd (Ceylon)
1944-06-29RAAF Honour Roll
2267 CampbellGordon RochFlying Officer410946AustraliaRAAF1661 Conversion RAF1944-12-04RAAF Honour Roll
2268 CampbellJohn Samuel McClellandWarrant Officer415227AustraliaRAAF2 Sqd RAAF
1944-08-06RAAF Honour Roll
2269 CampbellAllan FrederickPilot Officer32180AustraliaRAAF215 Sqd RAF
1944-06-01RAAF Honour Roll
2270 CampbellLawrence GordonLeading Aircraftman435332AustraliaRAAF3 Air Observer School1944-12-31RAAF Honour Roll
2271 CampbellWilliam McDonaldSergeant8435AustraliaRAAF43 Sqd RAAF
1944-12-05RAAF Honour Roll
2272 CampbellJohn MurdochFlight Sergeant426532AustraliaRAAF457 Sqd RAAF
1944-10-06RAAF Honour Roll
2273 CampbellKenneth JohnFlight Sergeant422425AustraliaRAAF53 Sqd RAF
1944-06-13RAAF Honour Roll
2274 CampbellPeter MortimerFlight Sergeant443868AustraliaRAAFCrew Conversion CCU Williamtown1944-11-06RAAF Honour Roll
2275 CampbellGrahamFlying OfficerJ/26921UKCanadianWireless Op/Air GunnerDFC
RCAFCoastal Command162 Sqd RCAF1944-06-24Canso9754PRAF WickAnti-SubmarineShot down by flak from U-1225 during low level attackSurvived
2276 CampbellNelson2nd LieutenantPilot OfficerO-6793621921AmericanBombardierUSAAF8th Air Force360th Bomber Squadron (303rd Bombardment Group (H))1944-12-30B-17 Woman’s Home CompanionG42-39795PU-EMolesworth (Station #107), Cambridgeshire, EnglandI.G. Farben Chemical Works at Ludwigshafen (Mission #169), GermanySee Archive report for detailsEvader
2277 CampbellRaymond H 2nd LtO-716056USAPilotUSAAF356th Fighter Group361st Fighter Squadron: Martlesham Playboys
1944-12-05P-47 Thunderbolt. (P-51 Mustang from Nov 1944)2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2278 CampbellIan Alexander CalthropPilot Officer127887Age 21UKPilotRAFVRFighter Command111 Sqd
1943-12-09SpitfireVbJL362JU-?Capodichino, Naples, Italy1330PatrolSee archive report for further brief detailsShot by German troopsSangro River War Cemetery. Grave XI. C
Born in Bengal, India on the 02nd November 1922. Trained in the USA. Son of Major General James Alexander Campbell, DSO, retired in 1944, died on 03rd February 1964 and Violet Constance Madeline Campbell (née Calthrop) died in 1978, of Darsham, Suffolk, England. Brother of Gordon Thomas Calthrop Campbell MC and bar born on 08th June 1921 in Quetta, India. He also served, whilst in the Royal Artillery a bullet severed his sciatic nerve, he was partially disabled for the rest of his life. Followed a political career becoming Secretary of State for Scotland in Prime Minister Edward Heath’s Conservative Government. He was appointed to the House of Lords as Baron Campbell of Croy and he died on the 26th April 2005 age 83. Grave inscription on F/O. Campbell grave: 'Fearless And Faithful To His Duty Even Unto Death'.
2279 CandelariaRichard G 2nd LtO-766418USAPilotUSAAF479th Fighter Group435th Fighter Squadron
1944-12-05P-51 Mustang2 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2280 CanderWitoldSierżantWarrant Officer79440512.01.1919 Omsk – RussiaPolandW/OpKrzyz Walecznych

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PAFBomber Command305 Sqd Polish
1943-07-11WellingtonXHE345SM-PTrainingCrash landed at Ingham LincsInjured. Died 01.06.2000 Nottingham. Cremated Wilford Hill

Archiwum Polish Database
2281 CannRobert LeslieFlying Officer J/36389Age 22CanadaNavigatorRCAFBomber Command432 Sqd RCAF
1944-12-17HalifaxVIINP699QO-ORAF East Moor, Yorkshire600DuisburgSee archive report for further details KilledDieppe Canadian War Cemetery: N.30.Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
2282 CannL N BFlight LieutenantDFC

Bomber Command156 Sqd
1944-12-17LancasterIIIPB675GT-CUpwood 1605UlmKilledClichy New Communal Cemetery
2283 CanningA SSergeantBomber Command12 Sqd
1944-08-10LancasterIIIJB716PH-XWickenby2110GardeningCrashed at Aston Downs
2284 CanterH J SSergeantBomber Command76 Sqd
1942-12-06HalifaxIIBB242MP-PLinton on Ouse1630MannheimCrashed Courouvre FranceEvader
2285 CantwellC FSergeantBomber Command15 Sqd
1944-06-14LancasterILL889LS-BMildenhall2331le HavreKilled
2286 CantyE APilot OfficerRAAFBomber Command44 Sqd
1944-06-21LancasterIIILM592KM-QDunholme Lodge2257WesselingExploded over Riethoven {Noord-Brabant}KilledEindhoven {Woensel}
2287 CantyArthur WilliamSergeant1531915Flight EngineerRAFVRBomber Command51 Sqn
1944-01-28HalifaxIIILW466MH:HSnaith00:30BerlinLW466 was claimed as a probable by Ofw Erich Kaschig, his 1st Abschuss, from 10./NJG5, north of Berlin at 02:46 hrs. (Nachtjagd Combat Archive (1 January - 15 March 1944) Part 1 - Theo Boiten)KilledBerlin 1935-1945 War Cemetery Coll. grave 9.Z.9-12Husband to Alice (née Sheen) Canty of Dewsbury, Yorkshire, England.
2288 CantyEdwin AlbertPilot Officer414898AustraliaRAAF44 Sqd RAF
1944-06-22RAAF Honour Roll
2289 CapelMichael GeorgeSergeant13872741923Wireless Operator/Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command550 Sqd
1944-01-01LancasterIDV345BQ-D2Grimsby5BerlinThe aircraft crashed Whaplode Drove 8 miles SE of Spaldin, Lincs at 0708 hrs. It is known that the a/c caught fire in the air but there is no evidence to indicate why the fire started or why the a/c crashed. (Report On A Flying Accident Or Forced Landing Not Attributable To Enemy Action dated 12 Jan 1944)KilledCambridge City Cemetery Grave 14752Son of Charles George and Ivy Capel, of East Sheen, Surrey
2290 CaponJohnSergeant1684410NavigatorRAFVRBomber Command50 Sqd
1944-12-17LancasterING302VN-R RAF Skellingthorpe, Lincolnshire 1612Munchen Shot down by friendly fire. Crashed at Goes {Zeeland} KilledSchoonselhof Cemetery {Antwerpen} Belgium - Grave V.A.76 Read Archive Report
2291 CappMerle R 2nd LtO-812750USAPilotUSAAF78th Fighter Group82nd Fighter Squadron
1944-05-12P-47 Thunderbolt1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2292 CapustonAnthonyFlight SergeantR176117CanadianNavigatorRCAFBomber Command429 (Bison) Sqn RCAF
1944-06-08HalifaxIIILW128AL:VLeeming23:15Acherers Rail YardsSee archive report for detailsEvaded/Remained hidden until LiberationParadie Archive Database
2293 CarbonneauHenry J 2nd LtO-758938USAPilotUSAAF353rd Fighter Group351st Fighter Squadron
1944-06-08P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2294 CardJohn B 1st LtO-740364USAPilotUSAAF357th Fighter Group364th Fighter Squadron
1944-03-06P-51 Mustang1 Luftwaffe destroyedSource:
ETO (European Theatre)
2295 CardellJ SPilot OfficerBomber Command199 Sqd
1944-05-12StirlingIIILJ567EX-XWoodbridgeBSCrashed at base on return
2296 CardinalJoseph Jacques BrunoSergeantC/87643Air GunnerRCAFBomber Command427 Sqd RCAF
1944-05-27HalifaxIIILW365ZL-W RAF Leeming, Yorkshire2327Bourg-Leopold See Archive report for further details KilledHeverlee War Cemetery. Grave 12.B.10Paradie Archive Database Read Archive Report
2297 CardwellNSergeant1796250Air GunnerRAFVRBomber Command7 Sqd
1944-12-10LancasterIIIPB474MG-LOulton823Wanne-EickelShot down over Lavesum and claimed by the 6th Flak Division. The aircraft was found and recovered from a forest near Heiden in 2015PoW Stalag Luft 1 Barth Vogelsang
2298 CareyD MFlight LieutenantDFC

RCAFBomber Command12 Sqd
1944-03-30LancasterIIIND441PH-ZWickenby2200NurnbergCrashed DotzlarKilledHannover War Cemetery
Paradie Archive Database
2299 CareyJ W DSergeantBomber Command467 Sqd RAAF
1944-06-24LancasterIIILM450PO-KWaddington2232ProuvilleCrashed at Neuilly-l'Hopital {Somme}Evader
2300 CareyFred JohnSergeant900040Air Gunner (Mid Upper)RAFVRBomber Command514 Sqn
1944-06-07LancasterIILL727JI:C2Waterbeach00:27Massy-Palaiseau Rail FacilitiesAfter bombarding the Massy / Palaiseau marshalling yard, the aircraft was hit by fire from a German night hunter and crashed in a field in the hamlet of Sauveleux. All the crew members, numbering 8, evacuated the plane before the crash, but unfortunately an airman died of his injuries the next day at Amiens hospital. 3 were taken prisoner by the Germans and the 4 others will be taken in by the population and then entrusted to the Resistance.

Claim by Hptm Herbert Lorenz 1/NJG2 – 10-20km North West of Beauvais: 800m at 02:55. (Nachtjagd Combat Archives 1944 Part 3 - Theo Boiten) Set on fire by a night fighter over the target area, the crew escaped from their attacker, received further flak damage before finally being shot down. Crashed at St Eusoye 20km North East of Beauvais.
PoW Number 384, Unknown camp

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