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  • por. Tadeusz Ginter (1919 - 1943)
    Flying Officer Service Number: P/1552 Polish Air Force
  • por. Kazimierz Pakuła (1920 - 2016)
    Pakuła Kazimierz , P-2918 / 783110, nr sł. RAF, ur. 7.02.1920 Kamionna Międzychód Polska, zm. 31.03.2016 Hook, Hampshire, Wlk. Brytania, podporucznik nawigator 304 DB, 3xKW, 2xML. Lista Krzystka
  • por. Czesław Góźdź (1919 - 1943)
    GOŹDŹ Czesław ur. 2 maja 1919 roku w Kłosowicach pow. Międzychoód, syn Feliksa. Absolwent Miejskiego Gimnazjum Koedukacyjnego im. Heliodora Święcickiego w Międzychodzie (1938 r.). Wychowanek Szkoły Lot...
  • st. sierż. Albin Łakomy (1915 - 1994)
    Albin Łakomy vel Tomasz Sarnek pseud.: „Twornik”, „Brzęczyk” (ur. 16 lutego 1915 w Kamionnej, zm. 2 czerwca 1994 w Poznaniu) – zawodowy podoficer Wojska Polskiego, Polskich Sił Zbrojnych na Zachodzie i...

Polish Air Force in World War 2

Polskie Siły Powietrzne 1939-1946

The Polish Air Forces was formed in the United Kingdom and France during World War 2. The Polish Air Forces contributed to the Allies victory in air operations in the Battle of Britain and other battles. At the end of the war, about 19,400 Poles served in the Polish Air Forces.

The purpose of this project is to honour the Poles who fought in the Polish Air Forces in the United Kingdom and RAF during World War 2.

The follow link is to a searchable list of the personnel of the Polish Air Force in Great Britain. The list contains over 17,000 names taken from the British Ministry of Defence Records Office: Krzystek’s List

The follow link has Polish Air Force squadron information & photos: Polish Squadrons Remembered

The follow link lists British Royal Air Force prisoners of war, including members of the Polish Air Force (PAF): POW's

The Polish Pilots who flew in the Battle of Britain

Polish Air Force in World War 2

The Polish Air Forces was formed in the United Kingdom and France during World War 2. The Polish Air Forces contributed to the Allies victory in air operations in the Battle of Britain and other battles. At the end of the war, about 19,400 Poles served in the Polish Air Forces.

The purpose of this project is to honour the Poles who fought in the Polish Air Forces in the United Kingdom and RAF during World War 2.

The follow link is to a searchable list of the personnel of the Polish Air Force in Great Britain. The list contains over 17,000 names taken from the British Ministry of Defence Records Office: Krzystek’s List

The follow link has Polish Air Force squadron information & photos: Polish Squadrons Remembered

The follow link lists British Royal Air Force prisoners of war, including members of the Polish Air Force (PAF): POW's