Battle of Britain: Casualties R.A.F. or Fleet Air Arm during the period 10 July to 31 October 1940

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    Battle of Britain Roll of Honour
    http://www.raf.mod.uk/history/BattleofBritainRollofHonour.cfm
    'The Few' were 2353 young men from Great Britain and 574 from overseas, pilots and other aircrew, who are officially recognised as having taken part in the Battle of Britain. Each flew at least one authorised operational sortie with an eligible unit of the Royal Air Force or Fleet Air Arm during the period 10 July to 31 October 1940. 544 lost their lives during the period of the Battle, and these are marked by an asterisk. A further 791 were killed in action or died in the course of their duties before the wars end, which is also noted.

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    Flying Officer JAMES HENRY LESLIE ALLEN

    39957, 151 Sqdn., Royal Air Force
    who died age 25
    on 12 July 1940
    Son of James Henry Leslie and Katherine Allen; nephew and ward of Fanny M. Edwards, of Napier, Hawke's Bay, New Zealand. Awarded King's Gold Medal, H.M.S. Conway, 1933.
    Remembered with honour
    RUNNYMEDE MEMORIAL


    F/O J.H.L.Allen a New Zealander was K.I.A. when he flew convoy patrol with No 151 Squadron on the 12th of July 1940 in a Hurricane (P3275). He ditched into the sea after combat with a Dornier Do 17 of II Gruppe of KG 2 at 09:45hrs off Orfordness.
    http://www.151squadron.org.uk/
     

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