Pilot Officer Alfred Abraham Markovitch was an English airman of the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve who died during the Second World War.

He was born in 1923, in Hackney, the son of Charles and Leah Markovitch (née Rodinsky).

Markovitch, a flight engineer in 15 Squadron, died on 2 November 1944, when his Avro Lancaster (serial HK612) collided at 20,000 feet, over the Netherlands, with another of the squadron while engaged on an operation against Homberg.[1]

He and his six fellow crew are buried in Erp Roman Catholic Cemetery, The Netherlands.


  1. Chorley, W.R. (1992), Royal Air Force Bomber Command Losses of the Second World War: Aircraft and Crew Losses: 1944, p. 468.


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