Chingford War memorial

Chingford War Memorial

This site is dedicated to the men commemorated on the Chingford War Memorial



Flight Sergeant (Pilot) 1319672

Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 548 Sqdn

Died 19/04/1944

Age 22


Details of this cemetery can be found here (Opens in a new window)

Son of William Thomas Chandler and Annie Dorothy Chandler, of Chingford, Essex

Grave Of Alan Victor Chandler

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Spitfire Avenue DVDSpitfire Avenue

Produced and directed by Robert Martin

Brisbane songwriter and film maker Robert Martin wrote a song about Spitfire Avenue, the Strathpine street that was one of three World War Two airfields in the area. Robert asked his friend Randy Tooth who lives in the Avenue to sing his song about Spitfire Avenue.

The song which is featured on this Spitfire Avenue DVD, is a tribute to the two RAF British pilots who were tragically killed in a mid-air collision between two Spitfires over the Petrie area on 19 April 1944. The DVD-R tells the tragic story of this collision.

The DVD tells the story of the three airfields, Camp Strathpine and the Australian, British and American service personnel who were camped in the area.

The DVD contains interviews with locals, ex-servicemen, historians and pilots talking about the history of Camp Strathpine during World War 2.

To purchase this fantastic DVD please contact Robert here

Watch the music video now by clicking the window below

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