|Date of Death
|Next of Kin
|Son of Frederick and Lilian Maud Harrison, of East Herringthorpe, Rotherham, Yorkshire.
|Handley Page Halifax II
|Reichswald Forest War Cemetery
|5. D. 1.
|MEMORIES GROW DEARER WITH EACH PASSING YEAR. LOVING FATHER AND BROTHER
IBCC Memorial Information
|Royal Air Force
|Country of Origin
|Melbourne, East Yorkshire
|Brick Memorial Stone & Plaque
|No 10 Squadron, 4 Group Bomber Command, WWII 1939-1945. This memorial was erected at the entrance to the former RAF Station Melbourne by ex Members and Friends of the Squadron to honour the memory of all personnel who died in the service of their Country
|Melbourne Airfield, East Yorkshire
|Inscribed Runway Light in Concrete Base
|Let this landing light be a memorial to all those 1,000 aircrew and 120 aircraft that left this very point never to return so that we may return again and again in freedom to enjoy York Motor Sport Park
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
The National Archives
|Record of Events (Operational Record Book) AIR 27/144/10
|Summary of Events (Operational Record Book) AIR 27/144/9
Last Operation Information
|Night (78% moon)
|Dortmund. 826 aircraft- the largest since the 1000 bomber raids. 38 aircraft Lost (4.6%). PFF met with clear conditions and marked the target accurately, leading to a good raid. Much devastation was wreaked across large parts of the city. In particular the Hoesch steelworks were put out of action. 624 were killed. This was the last sizeable raid on Dortmund for exactly one year.
|Reason for Loss