- How many names have you provided and how many locations? Just because one lost bomber plane, piloted by Canadian volunteers, crashed somewhere in Galicja still doesn't change ANYTHING, regardless what you'd like to think. Poland did not receive any type of formal, military help from its so called allies, when they fought for its own independence and it is fair to say that no Brit ever died for Polish independence, period. Now you can stop being a loonie and finally admit something.
would very much suggest that you get your foul lying excuse for a human down to Krakow and light candle at the following graves. These are only the names which start A to C. To find all the others you will need to go to cwgc.org/search/cemetery_reports.aspx?cemetery=2016900&mode=1 and look for any member of the RAF who was shot down during the time of the Uprising and was in Squadron 31, 34, 148 or 178.
AIRD, DENNIS, D Sergeant ( Flt. Engr. ) 1875074 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 05/08/1944 19
ASHMORE, KENNETH JAMES, K J Sergeant ( Air Gnr. ) 1796373 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 05/08/1944 Unknown
ASPINALL, CLIFFORD, C Sergeant ( Air Gnr. ) 2206350 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 05/08/1944 Unknown
BARRETT, FERNARD JOSEPH, F J Flight Sergeant ( W.Op./Air Gnr. ) 1671099 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 15/08/1944 23
BONNEY, ALBERT MILVRON, A M Flying Officer ( Air Gnr. ) 53201 Royal Air Force 17/08/1944 22
BOWDEN, RONALD CECIL, R C Sergeant ( Air Gnr. ) 1877179 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 16/10/1944 21
BRADSHAW, EDWARD, E Warrant Officer ( Air Gnr. ) 9448551 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 17/08/1944 Unknown
CARROLL, JOHN ALOYSIUS, J A Warrant Officer ( W.Op. [Air] ) 1117201 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 05/08/1944 Unknown
CLARKE, JOHN DOUGLAS, J D Flight Sergeant ( Air Gnr. ) 527242 Royal Air Force 17/08/1944 Unknown
COWAN, WILLIAM FRANCIS, W F Sergeant ( Air Gnr. ) 1902826 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 16/10/1944 31
CRABTREE, CHARLES WILLIAM, C W Pilot Officer 173346 Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 05/08/1944 23
Would you really like me to find the names of all the other British and Commonwealth airmen who died fighting in the Warsaw Uprising? And the location of their graves?
You are pathetic and utterly contemptable. Poles like you make me wish that Britain had joined the war on the side of the Nazis. Fortunately Poles like you are increasing less common.