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  1. Hepworth


    Military site : airfield
    A satellite station of Advanced Air Depot Honington. Work to complete this proposed bomber base was slow and still incomplete in April 1944 when it was renamed Shepherd's Grove, remaining unoccupied by 8th Air Force for the duration....

  2. Hergla


    Military site : airfield

  3. Herringswell


    Military site : non-airfield

  4. Heston


    Military site : airfield
    Opened in 1929 as a civil, private Air Park, Heston was the first airfield in Britain to have an...

  5. Hethel


    Military site : airfield
    Construction of Hethel airfield began in 1941, and was finished in late 1942. The number of hardstandings was increased from the planned 36 to 50 in 1942, in order to accommodate a full heavy bomb group. The 320th Bomb Group occupied the base for ten...

  6. High Ercall

    High Ercall

    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1939-41 for the RAF, as a combined fighter station and Maintenance Unit base, High Ercall had three tarmac runways, 23 hardstandings, two T2 hangars and 24 other hangars of various types. Occupied by the RAF from October 1940, it was...

  7. High Halden

    High Halden

    Military site : airfield
    Used as an RAF Advanced Landing Ground in 1943 with temporary runways and buildings. High Halden was then used as a Ninth Air Force Advanced Landing Ground, before being occupied by the 358th Fighter Group in 1944.

  8. High Wycombe

    High Wycombe

    Military site : non-airfield
    High Wycome known as Daws Hill was the Headquarters of Eighth Air Force Bomber Command (Pinetree). Situated on land and in a house formerly occupied by Wycombe Abbey School and restored to them by the US on 9 May 1946....

  9. Higham Heath

    Higham Heath

    Military site : non-airfield
    Home to a Quartermaster Truck Battalion. Exact location unknown.

  10. Hilgay, Norfolk

    Hilgay, Norfolk

    Crash site

  11. Histon


    Military site : non-airfield

  12. Hitcham


    Military site : non-airfield
    Prior to the move of the 4th Stategic Air Depot to Hitcham in April 1944, this station number had been associated with Wattisham. Exact location unknown.

  13. Hitchin


    Military site : non-airfield

  14. Hobson Street Club, Hobson Street, Cambridge

    Hobson Street Club, Hobson Street, Cambridge

    Military site : non-airfield
    One of the American Red Cross Clubs in Cambridge, Hobson Street Club provided snacks, information, lounges and games facilities for American Servicemen.

  15. Hockering Wood

    Hockering Wood

    Military site : non-airfield

  16. Hohenhausen Lippe

    Hohenhausen Lippe

    Crash site

  17. Hollum


    Crash site

  18. Holmsley South

    Holmsley South

    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1941-42, Holmsley South opened in September 1942 as a Coastal Command base before construction was complete. It eventually had three concrete runways, 35 pan and three loop hardstandings, and five T2 hangars. The 1st American residents,...

  19. Homersfield


    Other location

  20. Honington


    Military site : airfield
    Honington was in use by Eighth Air Force units for a longer period than any other air base in England. The air base, built in the mid 1930s as part of the RAF's expansion programme had seen plenty of action as an RAF base before it was handed over to...

  21. Horham


    Military site : airfield
    Horham airfield was planned and built for RAF use, but handed over to the Eighth Air Force and used initially by the 47th Bomb Group. When they joined the Twelfth Air Force in January 1943, it became home to the B-26 Marauders of the 323rd Bomb Group....

  22. Horsehill Tor

    Horsehill Tor

    Crash site

  23. Horsham St Faith

    Horsham St Faith

    Military site : airfield
    Horsham St Faith was an RAF Bomber Command Station opened in June 1940. It was home to Bristol Blenheim medium-bombers, and was for a time occupied by fighters, including those of No. 19 Squadron and No. 264 Squadron. From September 1942 the airfield...

  24. Houston National Cemetery

  25. Hull


    Military site : non-airfield
    A Quartermaster Truck Battalion base. Black GIs were based here.

  26. Hunter Army Airfield

    Hunter Army Airfield

    Military site : airfield

  27. Huntingdon


    Military site : non-airfield

  28. Hurn


    Military site : airfield
    Planned as a grass airfield fighter satellite to RAF Ibsley, Hurn was actually built during 1940-42 for bomber or transport use. It had eventually three tarmac-surface hard runways, 30 pan plus 46 loop hardstandings, and four T2, three Bellman and 10...

  29. Hurst Park Site

    Hurst Park Site

    Military site : non-airfield
    Originally a First World War Air Acceptance Park, created on an open and level site (common land or sports fields) where aircraft could be assembled and tested. Now public parkland.

  30. Huyton


    Military site : non-airfield
    This area housed internees, POWs (centred around the council houses of Blue Bell Lane) and American servicemen, all in separate camps....

  31. Ibsley


    Military site : airfield
    Built during 1940-41 as a fighter base satellite for RAF Middle Wallop, Ibsley opened in 1941 when incomplete. It eventually had three concrete runways, 18 hardstandings plus 18 double pen dispersals, and two Bellman plus 12 blister hangars, after...

  32. Inverness


    Other location

  33. Istres


    Military site : airfield

  34. Jaraczewo


    Crash site

  35. Jefferson Barracks National Cemetery

  36. Joubieval


    Crash site

  37. Juvincourt


    Military site : airfield

  38. Kassel/Rothwesten


    Military site : airfield

  39. Keevil


    Military site : airfield
    Planned as an RAF operational training station, Keevil was allocated while under construction to the Eighth Air Force as a transport base. Built during 1942, it had eventually three concrete runways, 51 pan hardstandings, two T2 hangars and nine...

  40. Kelstern Grange

    Kelstern Grange

    Crash site

  41. Kelz


    Military site : airfield
    Temporary advanced landing ground built by 826th Engineer Battalion, IX Engineer Command in early 1945. The airfield formally opened on 24 March 1945 and was occupied shortly after by P-47 Thunderbolts of the 48th and 404th Fighter Groups.

  42. Kenley


    Military site : airfield
    An RAF Station with US lodger units; USAAF using Spitfires and P-38s were attached to RAF No 11 Group stations in mid-1942 for training; also used for special operations between British and US forces. During 1943 RAF aircraft,, continued to escort...

  43. Kenmare House, Trumpington Street, Cambridge

    Kenmare House, Trumpington Street, Cambridge

    Military site : non-airfield
    One of the American Red Cross Clubs in Cambridge, Kenmare House provided beds, information, lounges and waffles for American Servicemen.

  44. Kettering


    Military site : non-airfield
    There is some confusion as to the location of units stationed in or around Kettering, including at Boughton House. Exact locations unknown.

  45. Ketteringham Hall

    Ketteringham Hall

    Military site : non-airfield
    300-400 US servicemen were housed in Nissen huts built in what is now woodland next to the Hall. At one time home to Team Lotus (Formula 1); currently privately owned with a memorial in the grounds.

  46. Key Field

    Key Field

    Military site : airfield

  47. Keythorpe Hall

    Keythorpe Hall

    Military site : non-airfield

  48. Kidderminster


    Military site : non-airfield
    Support units were based here. The station number is listed as the same for Stone, Staffordshire (Duncan Hall). Exact location unknown.

  49. Kilkeel


    Military site : non-airfield

  50. Kimbolton


    Military site : airfield
    Planned for RAF use, Kimbolton airfield was built by W and C French Ltd. in 1941. The airfield was increased in size to accommodate a full US heavy Bomb Group, and the first such unit to us it was the 91st Bomb Group, who arrived in September 1942....