The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC) in Lincoln, provides a world-class visitor attraction, memorial and history centre that acknowledges the efforts, sacrifices and commitment of the men and women, from 62 different nations, who came together in Bomber Command during World War II.
The centre also covers the stories of those who suffered as a result of the bombing campaigns and those whose survival was guaranteed by the humanitarian operations of Bomber Command.
During WWII over a million men and women served or supported Bomber Command. They came from 62 nations across the world and were united in their efforts to protect the freedom we enjoy today. The service included Aircrew, Ground Crew, Women’s Auxiliary Air Force, Auxiliary Air Transport, Auxiliary Transport Services, NAAFI and many others.
Bomber Command suffered the highest losses of any unit during WWII but have struggled for recognition.
This app will help you to explore the displays, the memorial, and the grounds of the IBCC, enabling you to go deeper into the stories and images from the exhibition.