Tuesday, 29 November 2011


The following is yet another batch of missing airmen.  They are all on the tribute but mostly only names ranks and numbers.  I never give up hope that someone out there will give me the information to give these men their rightful place on the tribute - rather than just the basic details.

KACALSKI Sgt Jozef P-784152

KACZAN Sgt Wladyslaw P-704211
KACZMAREK L/Ac Stefan P-708704
KAFEL Ac2 Zdzislaw P-706640
KALECKI Cpl Zygmunt P-784412
KALINOWSKI W/O Franciszek P-704609
KALINOWSKI W/O Franciszek P-704609
KALODZIEJ Sgt P-781200
KAMINSKI L/Ac Bronislaw P-784623
KAMYSZEK Sgt Tadeusz P-783875
KANAS F/Sgt Mieczyslaw Tadeusz P-706498
KANIA L/Ac Medard P-704732
KAPECKI Cpl Julian P-703674
KARAMUCKI L/Ac Kazimierz P-793087
KARASINSKI Ac1 Henryk P-705512
KARCZ Sgt Stefan P-704480
KARCZEWSKI F/O Leszek Jerzy P-0336
KARDAS Sgt Marian P-781093
KARNACEWICZ F/O Wladyslaw P-27
KAROL F/Sgt Witold P-706489
KARPA L/Ac Jan P-782192
KARWOT L/Ac Alfred P-781077
KASPROWICZ W/O Waclaw P-781065
KASPRZAK L/Ac Ludwik P-706636
KASPRZYK F/Lt Alfred A P-1327
KATAN F/O Karol P-2519
KAUCZ F/O Antoni P-0565
KAWA F/O Stanislaw
KAZIMIERCZAK L/Ac Zygmunt P-781034
KEGEL Sgt Leon
KEMPNY Cpl Rudolf P-704845
KEPKA F/Sgt Stanislaw P-783807
KESKA L/Ac Jozef P-794250
KESKA F/Lt Pawel P-1136
KIBORT L/Ac Tadeusz Jozef P-780839
KICINSKI Sgt Franciszek P-784754
KIELAN P/O Sylwan Jozef P-2148
KIELKUCKI L/Ac Henryk P- 792376
KIELPINSKI L/Ac Czeslaw P-780574
KIELTY Stanislaw
KIELTYKA Sgt Stanislaw P-784039
KIJOWSKI Cpl Stanislaw P-782105
KIRIJEWICZ L/Ac Mikolaj P-707739
KISZCZAK L/Ac Kazimierz P-792673
KLATT F/O Bronislaw P-0486
KLEIN L/Ac Henryk P-780576
KLEMBA L/Ac Piotr P-794408
KLIMIUK Sgt Ryszard P-780877
KLOS F/Sgt Andrzej Mieczyslaw P-782071
KLUCZYNSKI L/Ac Lucjan P-782382
KLUS Sgt Zenon P-792070
KNAPINSKI L/Ac Jan P-792380
KOBIERSKI L/Ac Wladyslaw P-784036
KOCYK W/O Boleslaw P-781329
KOCZAN L/Ac Piotr P-705469
KOLANKO F/Lt Tadeusz Franciszek P-0966
KOLANO F/O Julian P-1831
KOLINSKI Sgt Stanislaw P-704004
KOLODZIEJ Sgt Wlodzimierz
KOLODZIEJSKI F/Lt Tadeusz P-1248
KOLOSOWSKI W/O Czeslaw Tomasz P-705019
KOMLACZ F/O Jan P-0301
KOMOSA Sgt Stefan
KOMORNICKI F/Sgt Zbigniew Andrzej P-781043
KONARZEWSKI F/O Wladyslaw P-0769
KONDRAT Sgt Antoni P-794376
KONKIEL L/Ac Florian P-782099
KONSKI F/O Jan P-1832
KOPTA Sgt Kazimierz P-703004
KORNACKI L/Ac Piotr P-793995
KORZENIEWSKI Cpl Franciszek P-782204
KOSIECKI L/Ac Jerzy P-708387
KOSTECKI F/Lt Marian P-1908
KOSTUCH F/O Marian Walenty P-0027
KOSTURKIEWICZ F/Sgt Antoni P793332
KOSTYRKA W/O Zdzislaw Eugeniusz P781595
KOT L/Ac Jan P-782072
KOTOWICZ L/Ac Tadeusz P-780471
KOTOWSKI L/Ac Aleksander P-707413
KOWALCZYK L/Ac Antoni P-780272
KOWALCZYK Sgt Kazimierz Ryszard P-703027
KOWALCZYK F/O Leon Wojciech P-2660
KOWALCZYK L/Ac Stefan P-708628
KOWALECKI L/Ac Alfons P-793308
KOWALEWICZ Sgt Pawel P-703968
KOWALEWICZ Sgt Zygmunt P-783173
KOWALEWSKI L/Ac Maksymilian Alojzy P-793047
KOWALSKI F/Lt Edward P-0131
KOWALSKI L/Ac Lucjan P-792616
KOWALSKI L/Ac Stanislaw P-793102
KOWALSKI F/Lt Stefan Jakub P-0129
KOWALSKI Sgt Stefan Ludwik P-703093
KOWALSKI W/O Tadeusz P-705017
KOWALSKI F/Sgt Zbigniew P-703217
KOZIEL Sgt Eugeniusz
KOZIEN L/Ac Stanislaw P-703150
KOZIOL L/Ac Stanislaw Ignacy P-782159
KOZYRO L/Ac Zygmunt P-706403
KRAJEWSKI F/Lt Albin P-0296
KRAJEWSKI F/Lt Czeslaw P-0181
KRAJEWSKI L/Ac Kazimierz P-706396
KRAJEWSKI F/O Konstanty Jerzy P-2469
KRAMIN P/O Jan P-1604
KRAWCZYK F/O Stanislaw P-1347
KRAWIECKI Sgt Stanislaw P-781176
KREIZA L/Ac Edward Jozef P-780872
KREMPA P/O Ludwik P-1723
KRETOWICZ Sgt Lucjan P794930
KROKOWSKI Ac1 Stanislaw P-708581
KRYCZKOWSKI Cpl Wladyslaw P-794354
KRYDNER Sgt Oswald Waldemar P-782181
KRYSTECKI L/Ac Anatolius Roman
KRZECZEWSKI F/Sgt Eugeniusz Stanislaw P-781609
KRZEMPEK F/Sgt Wladyslaw P-781622
KRZEPISZ Sq/Ldr Zygmunt Edmund P-0396
KRZYWKOWSKI Cpl Stefan P-782993
KRZYWON Sgt Tadeusz
KRZYZANOWSKI Ac1 Wladyslaw P-703188
KRZYZOSIAK F/Sgt Ludwik P-784030
KSZCZOT W/O Waclaw P-705704
KUBACIK Sgt Franciszek P-793053
KUBACKI L/Ac Tadeusz P-704396
KUBAS L/Ac Jozef P-782000
KUBICKI Cpl Feliks P-704844
KUBIT F/O Jan P-2889
KUC Sgt Henryk P-792037
KUCHAREK F/Sgt Henryk Bronislaw P-706422
KUCHARSKI Sgt Stefan (or F/O M? According to some reports)
KUFLIK Sgt Pawel Naftali Hirsz P-794712
KUJANA Sgt Antoni P-780833
KULAGIN Sgt Michal P-794933
KULAGOWSKI Sgt Andrzej Eugeniusz P-792582
KULCZEWSKI Sgt Marian P-783094
KULCZYCKI L/Ac Edward Leopold P-703880
KULCZYCKI Sgt Tadeusz Pawel P-780847
KULICKI P/O Jozef P-1960
KULIG L/Ac Jozef P-707269
KUNA L/Ac Jan Jozef P-782168
KUPSC L/Ac Jerzy P-705370
KUREK F/O Janusz Augustyn Henryk P-0035
KUREK Sgt Kazimierz Marian P-792635
KURNIK Sgt Jan Boleslaw P-783201
KUSZCZYNSKI F/O Bronislaw P-0009
KUTUZOW L/Ac Jozef P-792521
KUZIAN F/O Boleslaw P-0401
KUZMINSKI Cpl Telesfor Marek P-782206
KUZNIAR L/Ac Alfred P-707343
KUZNIAR L/Ac Stanislaw P-704518
KWAK Sq/Ldr Tadeusz Jan  P-0608
KWASNIEWICZ L/Ac Jozef P-704502
KWASNY L/Ac Jan Kanty P-781635
KWIATKOWSKI Sgt Stanislaw P-793733
KWIECIEN Sgt Andrzej P-782129
KWOKA Cpl Witold P-784475

Friday, 25 November 2011


He was a pilot, born on 2nd October 1920 in a coal mining town near Scranton, Pennsylvania, USA. On graduating from high school he worked for the Civilian Conservation Corps at Quantico, Virginia in a quarry, mining stone for roads, dams and bridges in a National Park.

In August 1941 he went to Toronto, Canada and did his basic training in Owen Sound, Ontario before being sent to England via Liverpool in order to fulfil the desperate need for pilots and aircrew. After further training in England, he earned his pilot’s wings and was sent to the air gunnery school at RAF Tranwell near Morpeth, Newcastle upon Tyne where he flew target towing aircraft. He was later posted to 304 Squadron who were, at that time, in Coastal Command. His duties there were anti-submarine warfare, convoy protection and harassment of enemy shipping.

In May 1943, he was one of many Americans who were compelled to join the USAAF and was sent to Texas for training as a fighter pilot. He was posted back to Europe in January 1945 and flew Mustangs in the European Theatre until the end of hostilities. Towards the end of the war he flew ground support missions over Germany as part of the 48th Fighter Group; his aircraft was a Republic P47 Thunderbolt. In 1947, he returned to the United States.

After the war he was based at Williams Air Force Base in Arizona where he trained cadets to fly the modern fighters, later teaching combat tactics at Nellis Air Force Base in the Nevada desert.

In 1950 he played an active role in the Korean War, volunteering to fly with the 49th Fighter group. He flew Lockheed F-80C Shooting Stars as ground support to the land forces. In that conflict he extended his tour of duty on three occasions. After the war ended he continued to fly fighters until 1957 – but even then he transferred to the Reserves at Long Beach, California, finally retiring in 1972.

In an illustrious career, he was decorated by the Polish Government in exile, the British, the French,
the South Koreans, the United Nations and both the US Army and the US Air Force.

After his military service he worked as a Technical Writer for McDonnell Douglas and the Rockwell Corporation, finally retiring at the age of 72. He died on 28th March 2000 at Long Beach, California, USA.

Friday, 18 November 2011


Welcome to B.Bogatek.  I do notice new followers of the blog and it gives me pleasure to see them appear because it makes me think people are interested in what I am writing.  I particularly noticed you because of a triple coincidence that the last Polish airman I wrote about was Marian Bogatek, there has been a surge of interest in the site from Australia and viewings of the site have gone up by about 60% since I wrote about him.  I would be interested to know if he was a member of your family - please feel free to contact me on the email address in the missing airmen entry - and please feel free to criticise if you think I have got it wrong!.

Tuesday, 15 November 2011


Nobody could call it a dramatic success, but since I have started to publish the lists of Polish airmen, I have had three responses.  One of these has led to a really good entry (Marian Bogatek) and both of the others have promised information that I hope will lead  to the same result.  It is sad that men should be missed off the tribute they so richly deserve just because there is no information in the public domain.

Saturday, 12 November 2011


Here is a further batch of Polish airmen who need further information.  If anyone can help, please contact me on nevillebougourd@gmail.com I would really like to add these men to the tribute but I have no sources of information on them.


HALIK Sgt Piotr P-794225
HALKIEWICZ F/Lt Tadeusz Jerzy P-2032
HARMUSZKIEWICZ Sgt Czeslaw P-782633
HAUSMAN Sgt Marian Romuald P-706614
HEBDA F/Lt Jozef P-0812
HEDINGER F/O Przemyslaw P-1522
HENSOLDT Sgt Jerzy P-705854
HENZ W/O Franciszek P-705503
HERESZTYN Cpl Antoni P-784231
HERSTKO W/O Aleksander P-703914
HILAROWICZ L/Ac Henryk P-792476
HOMKA Cpl Jan P-781908
HONINGSBERG L/Ac Leopold P-707737
HORBATOWSKI W/O Czeslaw Boleslaw P-794390
HOROSZKO F/O Tadeusz P-2910
HRYNIUK Sgt Stanislaw P-705006
HRYSZKIEWICZ L/Ac Antoni P-703604
HUBICKI F/Lt Edward P-1415
HYCZKIEWICZ W/O Marian P-703916
ILUCHIN W/O Aleksander P-705595
IRCHA L/Ac Antoni P-792018
ISEPPI Cpl Jerzy P-782582
IWANCZEWSKI Cpl Tadeusz Roman P-784649
IZYCKI F/Lt Jan Piotr P-1275
JABLONSKI F/Sgt Ludwik P-780864
JABLONSKI F/Sgt Piotr P-703670
JACHIMOWICZ Sgt Marian P-794910
JACHNIK L/Ac Mieczyslaw P784372
JAGER W/O Wladyslaw Jerzy P-703868
JAGIELLO F/Lt Wladyslaw P-1193
JAGODZINSKI F/Sgt Ryszard Franciszek P-706612
JAKSZTO L/Ac Piotr P-707404
JAKUBIEC W/O Jerzy P-705009
JANCZAREK Ac2 Ryszard P-706609
JANDURA Cpl Andrzej P-780236
JANICKI Sgt Bronislaw P-780865
JANICKI L/Ac Sylwester P-706617
JANIK Sgt Jozef P-784142
JANKOWSKI W/O Bohdan Adam P-794852
JANKOWSKI Sgt Wladyslaw P-782335
JANUS L/Ac Stanislaw Wojciech P-783275
JARKOWSKI L/Ac Leopold P-705305
JARNO Ryszard Marian P-792047
JARNOT Cpl Wladyslaw P-792297
JAROSZ W/O Jan Franciszek P-780960
JAROSZ W/O Pawel P-706478
JAROSZEWICZ L/Ac Bronislaw P-705863
JAROSZEWSKI L/Ac Jerzy P-793145
JAROSZYNSKI F/Lt Zbigniew Marian
JARUSZEWSKI Cpl Feliks P-780325
JASIUKIEWICZ P/O Stanislaw P-2744
JASKIEWICZ L/Ac Kazimierz Zdzislaw P-784919
JAWOROSZUK W/O Jozef P-793800
(Name spelled JAWOROSIUK in some reports)
JAWORSKI W/O Franciszek P-705010
JAWORSKI Sgt Henryk P-703242
JEDRZEJEWSKI L/Ac Apolinary P-783277
JEDYNAK L/Ac Jan P-704664
JEZIOROWSKI F/Sgt Stanislaw P-794727
JEZIORSKI F/Lt Andrzej Franciszek Ksawery P-2411
JONCZYK Sgt Jozef P-793311
JONSKI F/Sgt Edward P-782677
JOZEFOWICZ W/O Edward Lubomir P-704438
JOZWIAK Sgt Kazimierz
JUK W/O Jan P-780046
JUNGOWSKI F/Lt Jerzy Leon Antoni P-0208
JURA F/O Stanislaw Michal P-2887
JURCZYSZYN W/O Marian Jozef P-783714
JUREK Sgt Kazimierz Zygmunt P-706608
JURJEWICZ Sgt Jan P-783208

Thursday, 3 November 2011



He was an electrician, son of Vojciech Bogatek and Aleksandra Modzielewska and was born on 2nd August 1906 in Warsaw. It was obvious that war was coming and, at the beginning of 1939, he was conscripted into the Air Force where he rose to the rank of sergeant and was involved in the September Campaign until Poland was overwhelmed by the combined might of Nazi Germany and Soviet Russia. He was captured by the Russians and was part of the mass deportation of Poles to Russia and described how he often had to sleep in the snow and had to get out of his frozen greatcoat in the mornings and physically remove it from the ground. He also describes how he was marched around the country escorted by Russian soldiers – which suggests that he was in enforced labour at the logging camps, one of the main uses of prisoners of war but, in reality, slave labour.

In June 1941, Germany turned on Russia and most of the Polish prisoners were released to join an army being raised by General Anders in the Middle East.  This mass release came under pressure from General Sikorski and Winston Churchill.
We can only speculate on his route but the main route out of the Soviet Union was via Kermine in Uzbekistan, boarding ship at Krasnovodsk (now Turkmenbashi) in Turkmenistan and crossing the Caspian sea to Pahlavi in Iran (now Bandar e Anzali). After many months of hard labour and living on a totally inadequate diet, he was in pretty poor condition. In his own words, his knees were bigger than his thighs and he could not believe that the emaciated body he saw in the mirror was his own. The gaunt looking face above says it all – suffering in capital letters. The above photograph was taken soon after his release by the Russians.

After a time spent recuperating from the illnesses that they all carried and getting used to proper food (many died from the sudden change to an over rich diet from starvation rations they had received in Russia), the men were taken overland to Palestine (now Israel) or to the Persian port of Bandar Shahpur (now Bandar Khomeini). The latter seems more likely in Marian’s case as there was a troopship service to the far east – possibly the SS City of Canterbury – which would take them to Bombay where they would tranship to another vessel, probably the SS Awatea which they would take via Cape Town, South Africa. The ship then routinely sailed far out into the Atlantic Ocean, up the West Coast of Ireland then around the north of Ulster to Glasgow.  The Awatea was capable of 23.5 knots and was considered fast enough to sail without a naval escort - it was one of the fastest civilian ships afloat at the time.
This is more than just speculation as Marian’s widow remembers that he came on a New Zealand troopship (of which there were not many –the New Zealand Navy was only formed in 1941) and the SS Awatea was a New Zealand ship.  This and the other vessels and the ports mentioned were all used in the early movement of Polish airmen to Britain from the Middle East.  Like all the others, at Glasgow he would be fed, given a gift of ten shillings (50p) from the King, and then put on a train to Blackpool which was the reception and assessment centre for the Polish Air Force in exile.  The photograph above shows the improvement after decent food and rest had taken the place of malnourishment and hard physical work.

After further training on British aircraft he was posted to 304 Squadron and spent the rest of the war maintaining their aircraft, often working 20 hours a day to keep them flying.  His time with the squadron coincided with their time in Coastal Command as submarine hunters and he was posted to places as bleak as RAF Benbecula in the Outer Hebrides, RAF St Eval in Cornwall and RAF Dale in Wales – all beautiful in summer but inclement in winter.  And all necessary in the fight against the U-Boats.  After demobilisation in 1946 he served for two years in the Polish Resettlement Corps.
A group of 304 Squadron ground crew – Marian is second from the left in the back row

For his wartime services he was awarded the British Defence Medal and the War Medal often, (and wrongly) known as the Victory Medal and the Polish Air Force Active Service Medal.

In 1948 he made the decision to emigrate to Australia. On arrival he was taken from Sydney to a refugee camp in Bathurst, New South Wales . The accommodation had no heating and the temperature was below freezing every night. He said they were all suffering badly from the cold which was something they had not expected in Australia.

Travelling within Australia, he found the vast distances, and the fact that they could travel hundreds of miles without seeing another person, overwhelming However there were good things at which he and his weary travellers also viewed with astonishment. They were allowed off the ship at the different ports and when they first arrived in Australia they could not believe the food available to them – they could order a steak in a cafĂ© for very little money and it was huge and of the best quality. To those who had been prisoners of war in the worst possible conditions, food was never again taken for granted.

Although not easy for some years, life continued in Australia. Then, in 1950, while he was working on the railway at Bowning in NSW, he saw a little boy and his mother struggling with a suitcase. It was Betty Weekes and her son John. Marian’s gentlemanly offer of help, led to friendship and the first real stability in his life since before the war. Betty and Marian married in Yass, New South Wales, on 25 June 1952 and that year, they moved to Cooma where, in time, four children were born to to them; Joe, Robert, Jane and Andrew. And it was here that this picture was taken in happier days when all the conflict and suffering of his youth was over.
It was at Cooma that Marian again picked up his electrician’s trade, at the Snowy Mountains Hydro-Electric Scheme and, like most of the European settlers in Australia, he was a very hard worker and never missed a day’s work. He worked on the Snowy Scheme until his retirement in 1971. He then worked part-time for Ortner Electrics in Cooma until he was 80 years old.

As a man, Marian was most known for his integrity; he was a competent tradesman and was highly respected by all who knew him. He kept contact with war-time friends during his lifetime. Marian had a keen intellect, open mind, wide knowledge and interest in many subjects including history, music, philosophy and science. One of the greatest gifts he bestowed upon his children was to treat them as intellectual equals from when they were very young and the house was always filled with lively debate on interesting topics.

As a man who had a very diverse life which included both world wars, a great deal of travel, a long single life, a long married life, several children and grandchildren, Marian had a deep wisdom about life which was often mixed with his dry wit. On one occasion he was asked if he thought life was fair and he said he had noticed that there were always compensations in life. For instance, if you see a man with one short leg – if you look closely – you’ll notice that the other one is always a little bit longer. Perhaps humour born of the difficult times in his life – a life that deprived him of everything as a young man, even a birth certificate. See the picture below of the military issue replacement.
Marian remained active, walked every day, played his violin, drove his car and had his keen intellect and all his faculties intact until the very end of his life on earth on 27 February 1993 when he sadly died of a cardiac arrest .  He is buried in the Cooma Lawn Cemetery.
All photographs courtesy of Betty Bogatek

Betty as a young woman
I have the sad duty to inform you of the death of Betty May Bogatek nee Weekes who was born on 30th September 1923 at Burrinjuck in New South Wales. She died peacefully at her home in Cooma, on 29th September 2014, the day before her 91st birthday.   As a child, her father had to follow work wherever it was available and they lived in various places across Queensland and New South Wales where they were building hydro-electric dams.

As a young woman she worked as a cook; she lived in Sydney for a time where she met and married and had a little boy, John.  Her first marriage ended and she and John returned to Bowning to live with her family.

She met Marian Bogatek, one day on Bowning railway station when he offered to carry her suitcase. In time, they got to know each other and eventually married on 25th  June 1952 in Yass. It was also in that year that they moved to Cooma. Together they had five children, ten grandchildren and one great grandchild after a long and happy marriage.

She was an accomplished dressmaker and trained pattern maker and made many of their clothes. She also did paid dressmaking.  As a mature student, she went to Cooma Technical College for three years to do secretarial studies and in those days it covered book keeping, shorthand, typing and all sorts of business studies.  Over the years, she also did courses on pottery, painting, writing, the Internet and various other things.  During that time she also worked briefly as a housemaid at the Marlborough Motel and longer term, as a cleaner in Cooma North.

Betty just a few days before she died
She loved to paint and she painted many pictures and always of beautiful things, flowers and birds and things like that.  She could write well too and one of her stories about the Snowy Mountains Authority is held as part of a collection at the National Library in Canberra.

Two of Betty's paintings


Here is a third batch of 304 Squadron men for whom I have little or no information.  There must be someone out there who has information on at least some of them.  If you can help, please contact me on neville.bougourd@gmail.com

EDELMAN Sgt Tadeusz P-703907
EHRLICH Sgt Stanislaw P-703908
EJSMONT Sgt Konstanty P-783952
EKIERT Sgt Edward Stanislaw P-793833
EMERLE L/Ac Bronislaw P-782203
FABIS Cpl Wladyslav P-792443
FABRYCY (OR FARRYCY) Sgt Antoni Mieczyslaw P-704200
FACHLER Ac2 Adam P-70659
FAJA Sgt Ernest P-706799
FALANDYSZ Cpl Antoni P-781579
FALCZYNSKI F/Lt Jan Jozef P-2500
FALKENSTEIN L/Ac Czeslaw P-703361
FAMULSKI F/Sgt Ewald Franciszek P-706456
FEDAK Sgt Jerzy P-793586
FEIGE L/Ac Tadeusz P-782741
FELSKI L/Ac Henryk P-708248
FERCHMIN F/O Boleslaw P-0170
FERENC Sgt Stefan P-792687
FIDLER Sgt Jozef P-781167
FIEBIG Cpl Alfons P-793986
FIENKO L/Ac Wlodzimierz P-703362
FIGURA F/O P P-780903
FIJALKOWSKI F/Lt Franciszek P-0385
FILIPOW Sgt Kazimierz Jozef. P-782096
FILIPOWICZ F/Lt Stanislaw P-0813
FISZER L/Ac Michal Stanislaw P-781137
FLORCZAK W/O Stanislaw Henryk P-784115
FRANCZAK Sgt Stanislaw Mieczyslaw
FRANKIEWICZ Cpl Mieczyslaw P-703876
FRANKIEWICZ L/Ac Tadeusz P-706373
FREJER Cpl Kazimierz P-703363
FREYER F/Lt Antoni P-1828
FRONCISZ Cpl Edward P-782571
GAJDA L/Ac Bronislaw Edward P-783262
GAJDZINSKI Cpl Henryk P-783562
GAJEWICZ F/O Wladyslaw P-2983
GAJEWSKI L/Ac Stanislaw P-781569
GAJSZYN W/O Stanislaw P-703997
GALAZKA F/Sgt Zygmunt P-704885
GALCZYNSKI F/O Zbigniew Mieczyslaw P-0023
GALECKI L/Ac Hieronim P-782098
GALUSZKA L/Ac Wladyslaw P-708361
GAPINSKI L/Ac Jan P-781422
GARBACZ Sgt Wincenty P-781505
GARBICZ F/Sgt Stanislaw P-782190
GARSTECKI F/Lt Kazimierz Stanislaw P-2309
GARSTKA Sgt Stanislaw P-783661
GASIORSKI W/O Witold Tadeusz
GAWERSKI Cpl Witold Zygmunt P-784164
GAWINOWICZ W/O Edward P-704113
GAWLIK Sgt Konstanty P-794102
GAWOR P/O (Spelling may be GOWAR)
GEBICKI Sgt Henryk P-782121
GEBICKI F/Sgt Stefan P-0188
GEMSA Sgt Ryszard
GIBAS Sgt Ludwik
GIEMBICKI L/Ac Czeslaw P-707118
GIERCZAK L/Ac Waclaw P-792288
GIERSZAL Sgt Bronislaw P-780773
GIMBUTT F/Sgt Wladyslaw P-783175
GISMAN F/Lt Adam Edward P-0025
GLABICKI L/Ac Jozef P-794093
GLAPA Cpl Ludwik P-784224
GLEBOCKI F/Lt Jerzy P-0604 (changed to 500385 on conversion to RAF)
GLEGOLSKI F/Sgt Konstanty P-784535
GLINSKI Sgt Napoleon P-781488
GLOWACKI F/Lt Jerzy P-1921
GLOWINSKI W/O Edward P-705579
GLUSKI F/Lt Ryszard Andrzej P-1660
GLUSZEK Wawrzyniec P-703601
GOLABEK Sgt Boguslaw P-793867
GOLEBIOWSKI Cpl Jozef Stanislaw P-782082
GOLISZ L/Ac Jozef P-703238
GONCERZ Cpl Wladyslaw P-782349
GORALIK L/Ac Jozef P-783242
GORALSKI W/O Stanislaw P-780804
GORECKI F/O Jerzy P-0739
GORKA Sgt Franciszek P-794717
GRABOWSKI Sgt Boleslaw P-782069
GRABOWSKI W/O Eugeniusz P-781607
GRABOWSKI F/Sgt Henryk P794908
GRABOWSKI L/Ac Jerzy P-705846
GRACZYK F/Sgt Witold P-2464
GRACZYK F/Sgt Wladyslaw Stanislaw P-780233
GRAJNERT Sgt Dominik Marian P-783452
GRAMIAK Sgt Grzegorz Piotr P-794786
GROM Sgt Piotr Pawel P782838
GROMEK F/Sgt Zygmunt P-780176
GROMZYNSKI L/Ac Antoni P-794419
GRUDZIEN Cpl Borys P-782631
GRUSZECKI Cpl Tadeusz Stanislaw P-781961
GRUSZKIEWICZ Cpl Witalis P-781948
GRYGIER L/Ac Stefan P-792194
GULCZYNSKI Zenon Kazimierz P-784942
GULUK F/Sgt Dymitr P-706132
GUMIELA Sgt Jozef P-792630
GURA F/O Alojzy P-0426
GUSTOWSKI W/O Zdzislaw P-780680
GWOZDZIEWICZ F/Sgt Jan Stanislaw P-783601