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Reviewed 3 weeks ago

it is located at the close to the buckingham palace and along the Green Park. It is bronze statue. Dedicated to the soldiers who served this command.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

A fantastic and fitting tribute to all who served in Bomber Command. A moving experience. Highly recommended.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

This monument sits in the edge of the Green Park and is well worth a detour from Buckingham Palace for a look. It is a stirring Memorial to the men who did there best to take the battle to the Nazis and to protect Britain at all cost.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

At the top North West corner of Green Park you come across this magnificent piece of artwork which beautifully commemorates the 55,573 airmen that died during the WW2.

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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Bomber Command memorial is well worth a visit and is quite moving. It is just a shame that it took 70 years to put up a memorial to a brave group of guys that took the battle to Germany almost single handed from 1940 to 1944. More than 55,000 did not make it out the other side.

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Reviewed October 4, 2018

A tribute to the heroes of the Battle of Britain, this memorial is ironically located opposite the RAF Club and at the top end of Green Park. Recommended for history buffs.

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Reviewed October 1, 2018

My father was denied the victory march at the end of World War Two because of bad politics. Most of his fellow pilots died in his squadron. Churchill grieved personally over this dilemma.
This memorial was commissioned I think around 2012 to recognise their efforts.

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Reviewed October 1, 2018 via mobile

Though the actions of Bomber Command may still raise the hackles of some who feel their missions into Nazi Occupied Europe somehow violate the “Spirit of War”, few can deny the bravery of those who flew rickety old crates through moonless nights to cut off the arteries of Hitler’s industrial heartland. This belated memorial is a fitting commemoration of the bomber crews drawn from Britain, the Commonwealth, across the Pond in the States, our allies from Poland, France & Czechoslovakia, even German born Jews, all too acutely aware of what atrocities were being committed in the countries they once called home. 55,573 bomber crew members killed and the lifelike statues that form the centrepiece of the memorial seem to gazing to the far horizon in the vain hope their friends might return from that last mission into enemy territory. A poignant reminder of an ultimate sacrifice.

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Reviewed September 27, 2018

Nice memorial by Green Park. Easy to get to if you are at the Wellington gate or the south end of Hyde park.

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Reviewed September 27, 2018 via mobile

The Royal Air Force Bomber Command Memorial was unveiled by the Queen in 2012 during her Diamond Jubilee.

Solemn monument to the WWII heroes is erected in the beautiful and very appropriate place: in the Green Park right across from the Hyde Park Corner.

This very solemn and moving sight is a great tribute to 55,573 airmen of the Royal Air Force who sacrificed their lives during the WWII.

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