301 Squadron [entry point]


301 Squadron [entry point]
301 (Pomeranian) Squadron; Land of Pomerania Squadron; Dywizjon Bombowy Ziemi Pomorskiej [entry point]


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301 Squadron was one of four Polish squadrons in Bomber Command and was formed with Battles at RAF Bramcote in July 1940. The squadron moved to RAF Swinderby in August 1940 where it converted to Wellingtons. From July 1941 to April 1943 the squadron was based at RAF Hemswell. The squadron disbanded in April 1943 with most personnel transferred to No. 300 Squadron remaining at RAF Hemswell. In November 1944 301 Squadron reformed in Italy in a special duties role with Halifaxes and B-24s dropping supplies to allied forces. The Squadron returned to the UK in April 1945 as part of Transport Command.

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“301 Squadron [entry point],” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed February 21, 2024, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/6330.

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