This is our Pathfinders and Donald Bennett website, for general info on the Pathfinder Squadrons, and also features on PFF Squadrons other than 97 Squadron www.ww2-pathfinders.co.uk/.
To go directly to a list of other Pathfinder Squadrons, try this link
www.ww2-pathfinders.co.uk/Squadron%20List.html.

Not the wartime RAF but the wartime Army, and a subject very dear to my heart, the journalist-soldier Anthony Cotterell: www.anthony-cotterell.co.uk/

Anthony Cotterell was lost after the battle of Arnhem, and  this is an excellent site on the battle and the airborne soldiers:www.pegasusarchive.org/arnhem/main.htm

Back to the RAF again. For a fascinating link to a site on Allied aircraft who crashed in the Netherlands, see this link: ww2.texlaweb.nl.
DES EVANS WEBSITE
Though not strictly speaking RAF-based, this website is well worth a visit. Des was in the RAF working for 97 Squadron as a flight mechanic from October 1943 until February 1945. He was one of the main inspirations for me taking up RAF research again through his excellent website for the 97 Squadron Association. He has now retired as webmaster but despite being over 80 he is not content to rest on his laurels, so read on www.mybook4you.co.uk.


97 SQUADRON ASSOCIATION WEBSITE
Link to 97 Squadron Association Website.
Kevin Bending, author of the Squadron history, "Achieve Your Aim", is now running this site.  "Achieve Your Aim " is available from Woodfield Publishers Ltd, Babsham Lane, Bognor Regis, West Sussex PO21 5EL, UK. The cost is £15, p&p in UK is free.


THE LINCOLNSHIRE AVIATION HERITAGE CENTRE
www.lincsaviation.co.uk
The only Airfield Museum in the Country recreated to its original design sited on an original WW2 airfield. Here you get the atmosphere of what it would have been like, particularly with Avro Lancaster Bomber NX611 Just Jane, which frequently performs four engined taxi runs (the only place in the world you can see this performed on an original airfield).
The Pathfinders, 97 Squadron, & Black Thursday