Bomber Command Memorial

Bomber Command Memorial

A permanent monument to the heroes of RAF Bomber Command has finally been built in central London. Westminster Council gave permission for the open style pavilion at the Piccadilly entrance to Green Park. See Bomber Command Memorial.

Architect Liam O'Connor was chosen to design the memorial to the 55,573 Bomber Command aircrew killed during the Second World War. The following pictures are artists impressions of the layout.

Bomber Command Memorial

Bomber Command Wings

Bomber Command Memorial
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Bomber Command Memorial

Bomber Command Wings

Bomber Command Memorial
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Arriving Green Park: May 2012

Bomber Command Memorial

Bomber Command Wings

Bomber Command Memorial
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Unveiling

12/01/2012: The date for the unveiling of the Memorial in Green Park was confirmed as 28 June 2012.

Bomber Command Memorial

The following photographs were obtained on 14th July 2013.

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Bomber Command Memorial Fund

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RAF Bomber Command The Bomber Command Association, with the help of the Heritage Foundation, raised the funds to erect the memorial in Central London to the 55,000 bomber aircrew killed in WW2.

Click the image (left) to find out more about the Royal Air Force's bomber aircrews, airmen and airwomen and their contribution to victory in the Second World War (WW2) 1939-45. Or go directly to http://www.rafbombercommand.com/memorialfund/ to make a donation.

See this report from BBC Radio 4: 12 February 2010
Bomber Command: Still Fighting