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RafaƂ Pytel
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Congratulations for the memory of World War II Veterans. Great site dedicated to the history.
Seeking information on the aircraft Dornier DO 217 E - 4, which was the gunner WILHELM PYTTEL, 11. March 1943 r. The mission of the Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
Greetings from POLAND.
Tuesday, March 29 2016 - 12:58 PM
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Kim Allen
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I have the original POW Bracelet from the 60s with John s Finley the third on it. Would love to let the family know
Sunday, February 28 2016 - 11:51 PM
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Srdjan Gojak
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Hi, for more than thirty years I am searching all about
Spitfire Mk.VIII F, JF344 flown by John McAndrew Brodie, 32. squadron RAF, Foggia Italy. Pilot died at 14.02.1944 near Baska Voda, Yugoslavia.
I need a personal letter of the aircraft that comes after "GZ" squadron code. Where to look?
Tuesday, February 16 2016 - 06:54 PM
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frank mahieu
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Congratulations with your fine website and with the major and important remembrance aim ! Best to you and good luck further on.
Wednesday, February 10 2016 - 09:22 PM
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Howard Warburton
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I am trying to find any information on FS Leslie Robert Willis Flight Engineer 170 Sqn based at Hemswell, shot down in Lancaster NN744 TC-V over Aijen (Limburg) Holland on the night of 21/22 Feb 1945, he survived the crash but died of his wounds in a german hospital on 6 Apr 45. Any photos or information on their final mission would be greatly appreciated. He also served for a short period with 103 Sqn at Elsham Wolds and indeed survived a crash landing in Lancaster LM293 on that base.
Sunday, January 17 2016 - 10:58 AM
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Sandy Plant
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I am trying to find any photographs of the flight crew of my uncle's Lancaster 111. His name was James Tweedie, Service No. 1067394. He was in 156 pathfinders Squad. Aircraft EE122 and was shot down and killed in June 1943
Any information would be most hepful
Tuesday, January 12 2016 - 01:30 PM
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Craig Benton
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I'm ex RAF and live walking distance from the crash site of 515 Sqn Mosquito PZ344-3P within which Flt/Lt L'Aime and F/O Smith lost their lives. I've inspected the site and found various pieces of wreckage which has been confirmed as belonging to a Mosquito. The location details posted on this site are slightly inaccurate, not too far off though. I will be honouring these gentlemen regularly an would be happy to share any information.
Saturday, December 12 2015 - 10:36 PM
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Miranda Bishop
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Hello all, I'm looking for information on my Grandad. He was Flight Sargeant Henry Walter Gibson. I believe he was of 7th Squadron. He passed in an accident from RAF Oakhampton on 15 October 1959.
We don't have many living who can tell me more about his RAF life I would love to know more.
many thanks
Wednesday, December 09 2015 - 01:45 PM
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David Venner
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My uncle, Sgt RH Alvey, was a WO/AG in Coastal Command (489 sqdn, then briefly in 144 sqdn). His Hampden was shot down over SW Norway - all four crew were killed: Pilot was S/Ldr JRD Hird, Bomb aimer was Sgt DW Hepplewhite, the other WO/AG was Sgt RJ Coles. They are commemorated at Runnymede. MRES could find no evidence of burial on land - thought to have been buried at sea by the Germans. I am writing a biography of my uncle. Would welcome contact with families of other crew members.
Sunday, December 06 2015 - 09:36 PM
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Gordon Hoyle
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I have a picture of my uncle Fl/Eng PO Norman Alfred Smith of 424 Squadron Halifax III MZ901 downed Oct 15/44 buried in Idom Denmark. I would like to add Norman's Picture to the site and would welcome contact from family of the other 6 crew members.
Thursday, December 03 2015 - 10:19 PM
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Marc Stevens
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Excellent site! Hoping to get my late father (Sqn Ldr Peter Stevens MC) added.
Friday, November 13 2015 - 09:32 PM
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Ian
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WILLIAm ARTHUR GRIFFIN 620429 42 Sqdn. Royal Air Force
I am looking for more info on the above cousin of mine
any picturesor info on how he died etc
Tuesday, November 10 2015 - 07:16 PM
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Bob Wilton
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You have an excellent forum Kelvin.
Wednesday, November 04 2015 - 02:05 AM
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P Patterson
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I have just discovered your page regarding the 7Sqn Stirling R9270, reportedly shot down on the evening of 8/9 March 1943. I just wanted to thank you for the compilation. My aunt (mother's sister) is the daughter of P.O. Gosper DFC, who was killed in that action. As my grandmother (98, still alive!) was never married to P.O. Gosper, her connection with the family was lost over the years, and my aunt has little knowledge of, or information regarding, her father. I have only just come to realize through your page that he was decorated.
Wednesday, October 21 2015 - 02:10 AM
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Elliot
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Attractive section of content. I just stumbled upon your site and in accession capital to assert that I get actually enjoyed account your blog posts. Any way I will be subscribing to your feeds and even I achievement you access consistently rapidly.
Sunday, October 11 2015 - 07:22 PM
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Thomas Newman
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I am looking for information on Halifax bomber Ll577 which crashed killing all the crew in Jalhay Belgium on the night of the 4/5 of november 1944. Specifically the exact location of the crash site.
My Uncle Thomas F Craddock was the flight engineer.
Thursday, October 08 2015 - 08:37 PM
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fitamen
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Hello ,just a comment about aircraft al285,

1-the situation of the aircraft was Great Massingham
2-Lieutenant LeBivic died july the 6th 1943 at Ely's hospital from the injuries caused during the crash broken skul.

regards
Saturday, October 03 2015 - 09:54 AM
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Fitamen jean pierre
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Hello,
regarding the aircraft Ah740 ,107 sqn massingham crashed at sea on december the 6 th 1942 should it be possible to add the fourth crew member i/e Pilot Officer Louis.M.Delanchy
Free French resuested to take part of the raid by his Wing Commander P.H.Dutton,as bottom rear gunner.It seems to me that it shoud be fair to have his name mentionned together with the other crew members at least on your site .I made a request to have his name engraved on the Runnymede Memorial but my request has been rejected due to the fact Louis.M.Delanchy was not a British or commonwealth citizen dispite the fact he was wearing for the mission the british uniform.
you can learn more about him on my site www.francaislibres.fr
if you need more details I have in my possession some official documents confirming his presence on bord AH740 that I could forward to you by mail if you want to seen them.
A reply wouls be much appreciated

regards
jean pierre
Saturday, October 03 2015 - 09:29 AM
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David Williams
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To Will Atkinson, David Sparrow was my uncle, my mothers Brother. My Mother is still going strong and I have the whole story Of David if you would like to contact me.
Saturday, September 19 2015 - 06:43 PM
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Marla Miller
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PB258 SR-V August 12-13 1944. My uncle John French Andrews died on this mission.
Sunday, September 06 2015 - 07:59 PM
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