Bomber Command Memorial
The International Bomber Command Centre was created in tribute to the brave Bomber Command who proved so crucial to the Allied success during the Second World War. It tells the many stories of the RAF Bomber Command, giving voice to the personal stories of those who flew, assisted on the ground or felt the impact of the many bombing campaigns that were flown during the war.
A key part of the centre will also feature artefacts, photographs and documentation relating to the activities of Bomber Command. The Spire, the UK’s largest war memorial, will offer stunning views across the city of Lincoln centred on the City’s Cathedral, which for those who never returned, was one of the last sights of home. The Walls of Names will also feature the names of around 58,000 people who lost their lives either supporting or serving in Bomber Command during the Second World War.
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