DAMBUSTERS Allsebrook, Ralf Athelsie Pole

John Robertson

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  • SURNAME
Allsebrook
  • FORENAME
Ralf Athelsie Pole
  • UNIT
617 Squadron,R.A.F.V.R.
  • RANK
Flight Lieutenant
  • NUMBER
62267
  • DATE OF DEATH
16th September 1943
  • AGE
23
  • GRAVESITE
Reichswald Forest War Cemetery,Germany 24.G.14
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
son of George Clarence and Dorothy Allnutt Allsebrook,Cark-in-Cartmel,Lancashire
graduated Oxford University (B.A.)
49 Squadron (Flying Officer)
award DFC (14.4.1942)
award DSO (9.7.1943)
617 Squadron July 1943
pilot
Op.Ladbergen (Dortmund-Ems Kanal)
Lancaster EE130
believed hit by flak and crashed Bergeshovede,Germany
 

DATE OF DEATH:

16-Sep-1943
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glosterman

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Ralf Athelsie Pole Allsebrook

On the 19th April 1941 whilst flying a Handley Page Hampden Mk 1 P1248 He was part of No 25 Operational Training Unit at RAF Finningley, 7 Group, Bomber Command. he was flying over Concord Park, Shiregreen, Sheffield, when he flew into restricted area which was occupied by barrage balloons. He flew into a tethering cable which killed the observer Pilot Officer Jeffery Bohun Ranson. Pilot Officer Allsebrook parachuted to safety that day
 
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