Frazer, Robert


Frazer, Robert
Love, Patricia
Love, P C


Five items. The collection concerns Flying Officer Robert Frazer DFC (53739 Royal Air Force) and contains photographs. He was killed 26/27 April 1944.

The collection has been loaned to the IBCC Digital Archive for digitisation by Patricia Love and catalogued by Barry Hunter.

Additional information on Robert Frazer is available via the IBCC Losses Database.




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Love, P

Collection Items

Robert Frazer and Colleagues
Four photographs mounted on a sheet.
#1 is two airmen standing beside a saloon car.
#2 is Robert and his crew.
#3 is the grave of Robert and his crew.
#4 is Robert in his aircraft.

Note to Mrs SE Frazer from the Air Ministry
The note accompanies a photograph of the grave of Robert Frazer.

Squadron of Airmen and Hampden
A squadron of airmen arranged in three rows in front of a Hampden. There are three large dogs at the front. A second copy is attached.

Aircrew Grave
The grave of six airmen. The pilot was Squadron Leader AL Collett, 83 Squadron.

Robert Frazer and Crew
#1 is a pilot at his station, identified as Robert Frazer. It is annotated 'No dates/place. Training?'.
#2 is seven airmen with Robert arrowed. It is annotated 'No dates/place. The crew (7) obviously, at a point in time, no names'.
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