Bomber Command Memorial, London
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Address: London, United Kingdom
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Bomber command is a memorial with sculptures of the aircrew. The sculptures look detailed and elegant. They are very well sculpted in classic Portland stone. These sculptures have such a realistic touch to them that you’d feel they’re about to come to life any moment. The beautiful architecture left the roof open so these idols stand right under the sky with light beaming onto them directly. The memorial is a tribute to those who fought for the freedom we enjoy today. Make sure you visit here with due respect in your heart.
Bomber Command Memorial Information
- Donations are welcome.
How To reach Bomber Command Memorial by Public Transport
- By Bus: Routes 9, 14, 19, 22, 38 and C2.
- Victoria national rail station
- Hyde Park Corner tube station
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A poignant reminder of all the brave young airmen who lost their lives in WW2.
Amazing memorial to the thousands of boys and men who have their all so we might live free
Thought provoking memorial to the thousands of young men who gave their lives to help win the war and save the world from Nazi tyranny. I lived for 4 years in Germany - and perhaps because of this - I also thought deeply of the terror and tragedy suffered by civilians in the bombed cities. Marcel Bühner - you are a rare example of a modern day German - unlike the many friends and colleagues I met over their, you are blinkered and lacking historical perspective.
Tribute to those who have given more than we ever could.
What to say when you feel this amount of respect toward the woman and the man of RAF during the WWII. Magnificent.
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