Dambusters: Where were their final resting places? Please see the edited version of where we are up to with this project - Hope you can assist! http://ww2talk.com/forums/topic/47907-dambuster-raid-survivors-of-ww2-dates-of-death-and-burial-details/?p=564004 I thought this might be an interesting exercise for all, not just for me with the Australian involvement. The majority of course were British with other crew from Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the USA. (any others?) Many died on the raid, many died not long after in 1943 and prior to the end of the war and some were POW. Many survived, do we know where they are buried? Can we gather photos of all their Headstones and Memorials to make a definitive album? Are there any who are still alive? Does anyone have a total list to post of those who participated so we can check them off one by one over the months/years?? ahead. (I know there are websites which list them all however I do not have it on a spreadsheet to post. There maybe some that you know of who survived the war and what they reverted to or did post war. I hope this will become a very interesting thread. My first is a "post war" burial and is listed on the next post! 1st edit: We should possibly include the others involved - Sir Arthur Harris and Barnes Wallis. 2nd edit: Addition of each crew in the three waves. Will be marked in red when Headstone & Personal Photo achieved.