The Battle of Britain Historical Society is a registered charity and has over 1,000 members. Their aim is to uphold and perpetuate the memory of all involved with the Battle of Britain. It is thanks to the imagination and determination of the Society’s founder, Bill Bond MBE, that the London Monument exists today. Please visit their website for a hive of information on the Battle of Britain and consider becoming a member.
The Shoreham Aircraft Museum was founded in 1978 by local enthusiasts, whose passion for the Battle of Britain period resulted in the establishment of a permanent display in 1988.
A fantastic museum to visit, and a wealth of information is available on their website. The RAF Museum in Hendon, London has proved invaluable to my research in the past. They also have another museum in Cosford.
The RAF Association is dedicated to supporting serving and former RAF personnel and their families. Whether it’s an injured airman fighting to get back onto his feet, a young daughter missing her parent away on overseas operations or a WWII veteran needing a shoulder to lean on, we are there to help. My original adverts asking for help in their “Air Mail” magazine proved invaluable to my research.
Website for the various Imperial War Museum locations in the UK. Covering conflicts from the First World War to the present day.
Fact-filled website for all aspects of World War II with a page for Mac’s Hurricane P2815.
The Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC) honours the 1.7 million men and women of the Commonwealth forces who died in the First and Second World Wars, and ensures they will never be forgotten. Click the link to view Mac’s Commemorative page.