PERSONALIA
 
Name:  Allan, James Llewellyn
Date of birth: 1921 (Valparaiso/Saskatchewan, Canada)
Date of death:  November 5th, 1944
Nationality:  Canadian
BIOGRAPHY: 
Service number J.19586.

James Allen, who flew in a Hawker Typhoon was lost on 5th of November 1944 while attacking targets on Walcheren Islands in The Netherlands.
James Allen lies buried at Schoonselhof Cemetery in Antwerp, Belgium.
     
DISTINGUISHED FLYING CROSS (DFC)
Rank: Flying Officer
Unit: No.198 Squadron, Royal Air Force
Awarded on: December 8th, 1944
Action: Citation:
"Flying Officer Allan has taken part in numerous attacks on enemy road and rail transport, tanks, radio installations and gun positions. He has led his section with great skill and courage, qualities which have contributed materially to the successes obtained. He has set a fine example to all."
 
 
 
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Information source(s):   - Fourth Supplement to The London Gazette Issue 36831 published on the 5 December 1944
- Air Force Association of Canada
- The Association of 198 Squadron RAF Pilots & Ground Crews
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