RAF Museum celebrates Jewish and Indian Hidden Heroes
Published on: 4 February 2022
Last night the Museum invited guests from the Indian and Jewish communities to commemorate the immense diversity within the RAF in its 100+ years
The RAF Museum is committed to sharing the RAF story with everyone and the evening included a Jewish Hidden Heroes talk by the Jewish author and historian Joshua Levine, and an Indian Hidden Heroes talk by the Indian journalist and author Shrabani Basu, both Ambassadors for the RAFM. Special guest AVM Simon Edwards (ACAS) was also in attendance, along with a group of RAF officers from the both the Jewish and Indian communities.
The event was sponsored by Advinia Healthcare (Main Sponsor), Mizrahi Tefahot Bank and the Asian Jewish Business Network.
The RAF Museum Jewish Hidden Heroes project gathers and shares untold stories, both online and in our galleries, of the Jewish personnel in the RAF during the Second World War. The project is is supported by Roman Abramovich and the CFC Foundation for its Say No to Anti-Semitism Campaign.