55,573 members of Bomber Command lost their lives during the Second World War, yet Campaign Medal was awarded and their bravery and sacrifice goes largely unrecognised. At last this is to be corrected with the erection of the Bomber Command Memorial in Green Park, London, in 2012. The journey from the initial idea to the unveiling of the memorial has been a long and complex one for those involved and 'The Bomber Command Memorial - We Will Remember Them' tells the story of the campaign; locating a site, obtaining permission, raising the funds, designing the memorial, and the opening ceremony. The book also tells the remarkable story of Bomber Command from the viewpoint of those who took part, and veterans reflect on the experiences they had and what the memorial means to them. All the royalties for the book go the Bomber Command Memorial Fund registered charity. (The official commemorative book of the Bomber Command Memorial)
Robin Gibb, one of the most successful musicians of all time, gained international acclaim as a member of the Bee Gees and as a solo artist. As a former President of the Heritage Foundation, Robin was at the forefront of the campaign for the Bomber Command Memorial. Jim Dooley had a distinguished career in the music industry, with the pop group The Dooleys. Jim took up the mantle of championing the cause for the Bomber Command Memorial when the idea was first formed. Since then he has tirelessly set about securing funds as Director of Fund Raising. Gordon Rayner is Chief Reporter of The Daily Telegraph and has been a national newspaper reporter for 15 years. The Telegraph has been one of the major supporters of the Bomber Command Memorial campaign. Steve Darlow is a Bomber Command historian and established military aviation author, with thirteen books to date. In 2009 Steve founded Fighting High Publishing - which seeks to publish books focusing on human endeavour in military situations. Sean Feast works in PR and advertising and is an acclaimed Bomber Command historian and author. Sean has written seven books to date, focusing on the Second World War air battle.