Bryant, Robert Maxwell
|Date of Death
|Next of Kin
|Son of John James Bryant and Mary Estelle Bryant, of Cowra, New South Wales, Australia.
|Avro Lancaster III
|Amsterdam New Eastern Cemetery
|Plot 69. Row C. Coll. grave 19.
|GREATER LOVE HATH NO MAN THAN THIS, THAT HE LAY DOWN HIS LIFE (John 15:13)
IBCC Memorial Information
|Royal Australian Air Force
|Country of Origin
|St. Mary Magdalene Church, Warboys, Cambridgeshire
|Stained Glass Window & Inscribed Slate Tablet
|We light the way" This tablet is placed in memory of Flight Lieutenant JL Sloper DFC and Bar, RAFVR. And in tribute to all who served with 156 Squadron Path Finders Force at RAF Warboys, 1942-1945, In gratitude.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The National Archives
|Record of Events (Operational Record Book) AIR 27/1041/34
|Summary of Events (Operational Record Book) AIR 27/1041/33
Last Operation Information
|Night (59% moon)
|Münster. 72 aircraft, all from 8 Group as a mass H2S trial. 33 aircraft acted as markers and the remainder as the main force. The raid was a tremendous success as later reconnaissance photographs showed. 5 losses (6.9%)
|Reason for Loss
|Crashed into the Ijsselmeer