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Royal Air Forces Escaping Society 1945-1995

The RAFES was founded in 1945 as a non sectarian and non political society. In summary, its aims were to give financial assistance to surviving helpers and dependents of those who  lost their lives assisting members of the Royal Air Forces to evade and escape make charitable donations in their countries to worthy causes, as an expression of thank  encourage visits between the helpers and the helped foster good relations and friendship between their countries

In evading or escaping they forced the enemy to devote scarce resources to finding them. They also gave heart to the Allied Forces operating over enemy territory - aircrew knew it was possible to get back.Thousands of brave, ordinary people in the Occupied countries took extraordinary risks at huge cost to help these airmen

The first chairman of the AFES was Mr WTB Brin Weare, who was the Standard Bearer at the laying up of the RAFES Standards in Paris and Lincoln Cathedral in 1995.

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