This list contains a representative number of the members of British Union who gave their lives in the Second World War:

Lionel Aitken, Squadron Leader, RAF 59 Squadron, killed in flying operations, Dunkirk. British Union “I” Squad. 7 July 1941.

William George Austin, Sergeant, 1st Battalion King’s Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action Tunis, age 26. Liverpool British Union. 10 May 1943.

Francis Ayres, Private, 6th Battalion Green Howards, killed in action France, age 20. Limehouse British Union. 25 May 1940.

Jack P L Bangs, Lieutenant, Royal Sussex Regiment, killed in action Belgium, age 20. Brighton British Union, 3 November 1944.

Arthur A J Brewer, Corporal, 2nd Battalion Black Watch, killed in action Burma, age 23, Dorset West British Union. 5 April 1944.

George Brocking, RAF Volunteer Air Gunner, No. 9 Squadron, killed in action attacking the German Fleet at the mouth of the Kiel Canal, age 22. Clapham British Union. 4 September 1939.

Cecil G Brooker, Gunner, 90 Field Regiment Royal Artillery, died on PoW long march Italy, age 24. Exeter British Union and Regulation 18B Detainee. 8 March 1945.

Clement Bruning, died in a German Concentration Camp, Cracow, Poland, age 31. British Union NHQ Speaker. 17 August 1942

Ronald Bucknell, Sergeant, RAF VR 83 Squadron, killed in action in Berlin operations, age 24. Croydon British Union. 15 November 1940.

Dennis F Burtenshaw, Flight Sergeant, RAF VR, 156 Squadron, killed in flying operations Berlin, age 20, Brighton British Union. 3 January 1944.

Donald S Chambers, Sergeant, RAF VR, Air Gunner, 419 (RCAF) Squadron, age 24, British Union Drum Corps and Regulation 18B detainee. 18 June 1943.

Ken Day, RAF, Volunteer Air Gunner, No. 9 Squadron, killed in action  attacking the German Fleet at the mouth of the Kiel Canal, age 20. Southend British Union. 4 September 1939.

Philip East, Lieutenant, 5th Battalion Queen’s Own Cameron Highlanders, killed in action Tunisia, age 22. Leytonstone British Union. 24 April 1943.

David George Fairey, RAF VR, Warrant Officer, 212 Squadron, killed in flying operations Cochin, India, age 23. Leytonstone British Union. 27 June 1944.

Robert L J Fitch, DFC, Squadron Leader, RAF VR, killed in flying ops, age 26, Clapham British Union. 21 May 1945.

James Fogg, Private, 1st Battalion East Lancashire Regiment, killed in action Germany, age 26. British Union. 11 February 1945.

Robert H Franklin, Squadron Leader, RAF 115 Squadron, missing on Wilhelmhaven operation, age 28. Epping British Union. 16 October 1944.

Tom Freeman-Mitford, Major, Kings Royal Rifle Corps, killed in action Burma, age 36. NHQ member of British Union. 30 March 1945.

Basil Gill, Sergeant, RAF VR, killed in flying operations, age 22, Leeds British Union and Regulation 18B Detainee. 28 May 1943.

John H Gillies, Warrant Officer, RAF VR, 511 Squadron, age 26. Leytonstone British Union. 30 November 1943.

Peter A J Grant, Sergeant, RAF VR, 102 Squadron, killed in action Mannheim operation, age 22. Ealing British Union. 6 December 1944.

Charles Greenwood, Captain, 8th Battalion Parachute Regiment, Army Air Corps, killed in action D-Day, age 29. Acting District Leader Enfield British Union, 7 June 1944.

Thomas E Hastings, RAF VR, 7 Squadron, killed in action, age 31. Newcastle British Union. 31 March 1943.

Robert Irvine, Private, 1/5 Battalion Queens Royal (West Surrey) Regiment, killed in action in France, age 21. Shoreditch British Union. 28 May 1940.

Felix R F Jones, Captain, 6th Battalion 14th Punjab Regiment, killed in action Malaya, age 22. Norwood British Union. 11 February 1942.

William F Limb, Private, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, killed in action France, Norwood British Union, 27 October 1944.

Richard Dennis Lucan, DFM, Pilot Officer RAF VR, 617 Squadron, killed in action over Kembs Dam, age 21. Leeds British Union Cadet,. 2 October 1944.

Albert D Mallinder, Corporal, 2nd Battalion Queen’s Royal Regiment (West Surrey), killed in action Anzio, age 28. North-East Bethnal Green British Union, 22 February 1944.

John Basil Mays, Sapper, Royal Engineers, despatch rider, killed RAF Hemswell, age 25, West Leeds British Union, 26 July 1940.

George W ‘Jock’ Morgan, A/B, Royal Navy, lost on HMS Repulse sunk off Malaysia, age 23, Limehouse and North-East Bethnal Green British Union, Speaker’s Warrant. 10 December 1941.

Bernard ‘Paddy’ Mullan, Lance Corporal, Corps of Military Police, killed in action Libya, British Union “I” Squad. 12 June 1942.

Ernest William Raxworthy, Sergeant, Reconnaissance Corps, R.A.C., 3rd (8th Bn. The Royal Northumberland Fusiliers) Regt, killed in action Germany, age 25, Edmonton British Union, 28 March 1945.

Vivian A W Rosewarne, Flight Officer, RAF, 38 Squadron, killed in action off Dunkirk, age 24, Wimbledon British Union, 30 May 1940.

William Newby Thomson, Sergeant, Royal Army Medical Corps, 7th Field Dressing Station, killed in action Normandy, age 27. Liverpool British Union. 19 July 1944.

Eric Alexander Raven Thomson, Sergeant, Pilot, RAF VR. 149 Squadron, killed in action Mannheim air operation, age 20. NHQ member of British Union. 5 August 1941.

Michael Walsh, Sergeant, RAF VR. 156 Squadron, killed in flying operations, age 23. Limehouse British Union. 29 July 1942.

Geoffrey Warnes, DSO, DFC, Squadron Leader, RAF VR, 263 Squadron, missing in operations off Guernsey, Leeds British Union, 22 February 1944.

Cyril Watson, A/B, Royal Navy, killed in action aboard HMS Hardy off Narvik, Norway, age 21. Central Leeds British Union, 10 April 1940.

Albert Edward White, Lieutenant, RNVR, killed in action aboard HM Trawler Northern Rover, age 36. Leicester British Union. 5 November 1939.

Frederick A W Willis, Flight Sergeant, RAF VR, 75 (RNZAF) Squadron, killed in action Friesian Islands air operation, Streatham British Union. 3 March 1943.

Frederick J Yeatman, Staff Sergeant, Glider Pilot Regiment, Army Air Corps, 1st Wing, killed in action Arnhem, age 28. Exeter British Union, 24 September 1944.