300 Squadron [concept]


300 Squadron [concept]
Mazowiecki Squadron; [concept]


300 Squadron was created in July 1940 at RAF Bramcote, Warwickshire as a part of the Polish Air Forces in Great Britain. The squadron was manned by Poles who had escaped from both the fall of Poland and of France. The squadron fought alongside the Royal Air Force and operated from airfields in the United Kingdom.
It was stationed at: RAF Swinderby, RAF Hemswell, RAF Ingham and RAF Faldingworth.
Aircraft flown included: Battle, Wellington and Lancaster.
Wartime losses: 444


IBCC Digital Archive


Clare Bennett
Julian Maslin


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