384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Home / 384th After WWII / Memorials of the 384th Bomb Group / Memorials at Grafton Underwood / The Memorial Stained Glass Window 6

Within Grafton Underwood Village, a Memorial Stained Glass Window is located in St. James the Apostle Church (Church of England). The window depicts a B-17 of the 384th Bomb Group flying over the White Cliffs of Dover as it returns from a combat mission. The window was dedicated on 21 May 1983 by the Right Reverend, The Lord Bishop of Peterborough in the Presence of Her Royal Highness, Princess Alice, Duchess of Gloucester.

For access information, visit the Grafton Underwood, St. James web page.