Belgians in  RAF & SAAF1940-1945


 

    

350 (Belgian) Squadron RAF
he Belgian exiled authorities and the British Air Ministry agreed at the beginning of 1941, the creation of national units. Many Belgians who escaped to the
UK were posted to 131 Squadron and 609 Squadron. As the number of pilots and ground personal

http://users.skynet.be/bonge.gemoets/index.htm

 

     

The Raf Belgian Section 1940 - 1946
 Short History

http://www.belgianbadges4046.be/RAF.htm

     

609 Squadron
Welcome to the home of the 609 Home Home News News News History Forum Forum Roster Roster Training Rules Training Training Combat Stats Pilot Statistics We are a virtual squadron.

http://www.609squadron.com/

     

609 (West Riding) Squadron Archives
This project began with an e-mail on Christmas Eve 2001 from Jim Earnshaw AE, one of the original members of 609 (West Riding) Squadron, Royal Auxiliary Air Force. I had met Jim earlier in the year at Duxford Airfield during a squadron reunion…

http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/609photos/index.htm

 

     

Aviation Wings and Badges of World War II
This site is for veterans, enthusiasts or anyone else interested in aviation insignia of World War II. The goal is to create a collection of images of as many different patterns, sizes and makes of the wings worn by these valiant people.

http://www.ww2wings.com/main.shtml

 

    

Belgae Gallorum Fortissimi

 

http://www.warbirds.be/belgae/content.php?content.2

 

     

Pilot & Air Force Insignia 1935-1940

Belgian Army Badges 1940 - 1946
Several units designed, made, and wore a formation badge, mainly to strengthen the unity between men and to symbolise what they achieved during the years or months they were into action. In the military archives one finds only very rare inform

 

http://users.skynet.be/Belgian.militaria/pilotiii.htm

http://www.belgianbadges4046.be/BE_UK.htm 


Air of Authority - A History of RAF Organisation

 

This web site is the culmination of years of interest and research by the author in the history of the Royal Air Force and its forebears the Royal Flying Corps and the Royal Naval Air Service. 

http://www.rafweb.org/Index.htm

 

 
 


 

 

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