WW2 Bomber Command
· Was your Ancestor an Airman in the Air Force during WW2?
· Over 125,000 Brave men from throughout the Commonwealth & Beyond served with Bomber Command during World War 2 with over 72% being either injured, killed or captured & taken as a prisoner of war.
· Find out more about Allied Bomber Pilots & Bomber Crew with the help of Treehouse Genealogy
Free Consultation Available
Treehouse Genealogy have worked with a variety of Organisations, Societies, Museums & private clients to piece together information on individual Airmen & Bomber crashes.
With the help of our extensive Bomber Command library, online resources, knowledge of & access to records centres we can help you piece together the service of an Airman or Bomber Crew so that you can learn about their experiences.
This might involve details of their training & service, details of operations carried out over Europe, encounters with enemy aircraft, Prisoner of War Records, information on those who evaded capture, crash reports or even recommendations for awards & medals.
If you would like to go that bit further we can also complete a lifetime Biography for the person you would like researched.
If your relative did not apply for their WW2 Service Medals then we can assist you in doing so.
We also offer a free initial consultation to ascertain enough information is available to carry out a search on your behalf . At this point will also provide you with a research proposal which will estimate how many hours research might be required