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Gilbert Beugnon
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Many thanks for this uncredible work to find out all these informations on your site.I'm Elsassien french gay north of Strasbourg in France.Was looking for a crashed lancaster North of Strasbourg and found at last in your stories.GREAT THANKS AND BEST REGARDS.ALSO THANKS TO USA,ENGLAND,AUSTRIA FOR THE HELP TO LIBERATE US 1944/45
Wednesday, December 09 2020 - 10:03 AM
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Pete Daniels
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Nice to see people still care, My great uncle was killed over Germany in JB141. A friend who I see has already found this resource is trying to create a web page commemorating this crew and though it's going well he is struggling to find information relating to George Edmund Powell, I believe he trades as Reg Gibson on Facebook. I only include this information to get an entry nearer the top.
Thanks to all for caring.
Thursday, December 03 2020 - 12:14 PM
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Ad Zantvoort
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Hi Kelvin, Trying to get your emailaddress but failed to do so. I am researching Halifax JD361 for a very long time and I was on my search for the relatives of F/O D.H.V.Davis visiting your website and suddenly a name Sorrel Marks and a photo of F/O Davis appears. As you brought me in touch with the relatives of Keith Wood is it possible to put me in touch with Sorrel marks???? Many Thanks,
Adrian
Thursday, October 22 2020 - 08:01 AM
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Philip D Ritchie
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I am very impressed and delighted that this sight exists. It is a wonderful tribute to the men and women who served in the RAF. I have just seen the pictures of my father's aircraft shot down on the 12th of May 1941 over Carpiquet airfield. He was the air gunner who was one of two of his crew who survived. Even although I've seen 2 of the 4 pictures it is still hard for me to grasp how anyone survived. I remember vividly my father's version of the events leading up to and during the final moments before the crash. And his words while in hospital after.
Saturday, May 23 2020 - 04:14 AM
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Gordon Laurie
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I am Gordon Laurie, my father was F/Sgt Thomas Murdoch Laurie Navigator 158 Squadron, he is mentioned in this site, he was shot down 05/06 January 1945 evaded capture for a few days then was POW'd in Stalag Luft 1
Tuesday, January 28 2020 - 07:42 PM
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Ben van Rooijen
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Thank you very much for all the information especially about the 419 squadron Halifax II JD113 VR-Z
these brave men are burried in my village DAlen in Holland.
If you need any info, recent pictures from the curchyard let me know.
This year we celebrate, thanks to this men our 75th celebration off Freedom
Monday, January 06 2020 - 06:11 PM
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Piet van den Berg
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heel mooi om lost aircrew te herdenken
en zoals u heeft gedaan, respectvol,
bewonderingswaardig zoveel speurwerk
en interessante foto’s
we gaan eens zoeken in de databases
p.s. we zijn familie van 320 pilot Adriaan Manschot
geboren 10 mei 1916
veel succes !
Sunday, June 30 2019 - 03:04 PM
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Michael Ignatowski
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Congratulations on your outstanding website. I have been researching my father Kajetan Ignatowski for many years and now intrigued to see there is a Jan Ignatowski both followed the same path in the PAF so look forward to researching.
Sunday, June 23 2019 - 07:02 PM
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Annaliese Drake
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I have just started researching my uncle and I am amazed that I have been able to find George Drake, his grave in Hanover War Cemetary and a bit of information about the raid he died in on 16/12/1943. To find out that he was a navigator, his plane was ED411 a Lancaster based at RAF Kirmington and that his squadron was 166 has been humbling - thankyou so much.
I will continue to look around the site to see what else I can discover but this has been more than I expected already...
Wednesday, June 05 2019 - 10:22 PM
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Knauf André
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The missing aircraft of 97 Sqn was the Lancaster III JA960 OF-E that took off from RAF Bourn at 0051 hours. Homeboud, the Lancaster was hit by Flak in Aachen area, and crashed without survivor at 0507 hrs (local time) into a hill near Neu-Moresnet, then in Germany, now a part of the commune of La Calamine, in Belgium (to which it belonged before 1940).

Someones knows other shoot down aircrafts near Kelmis La Calamine Hergenrath Altenberg

Thanks a lot
Sunday, April 28 2019 - 07:41 PM
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MR.ANTHONY BUNKER
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MY FATHER WING COMMANDER R.H.BUNKER DSO DFC AND BAR WAS FLIGHT COMMANDER AT RAF BARDNEY 9 SQUADRON DURING 1943 AND HIS AIRCRAFT WAS O ORANGE,
Tuesday, March 26 2019 - 07:44 PM
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Jacky EMERY
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Congratulations for this web site. I discovered it only these is somes days. The allied crews deserve this remembered. I hope this web site will be a good tool for me to find families and informations about crews fall in my department: la Sarthe, around the town of Le Mans. With all my gratitude.
Sunday, February 17 2019 - 10:22 AM
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Art Osborne
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Congratulations on a robust, information rich website!
A project that may be of interest – a memorial plaque is planned for unveiling September 2019 at a Lancaster crash site near Mauschendorf, Germany. My uncle, Lancaster Pilot Officer Roy Thibedeau, 50 Squadron, from Echo Bay, Ontario (born in Manitoba) Canada, was killed in action March 30/31 1944 on a mission to Nuremburg. He was the rear gunner and perished with Navigator Sergeant Dennis Alfred (Chas) Chaston from Coventry, England and Mid Upper Gunner Sergeant Donald Leslie Sehlin, from Millet, Alberta. Other crew members survived and were taken prisoners of war: Pilot Flight Sergeant Garth Alex ‘Jimmy’ Waugh New Zealand; Flight Engineer Sergeant George Prince, New Malden, Surrey; Bomber Aimer Sergeant Denis C. ‘Jerry’ Lynch Buckinghamshire, England; Wireless Operator Sergeant R.J. ‘Jack’ Dunn, Cornwall, England. More information upon request.
Sunday, January 13 2019 - 10:07 PM
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Bud MacIntyre
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Excellent Site thanks to all who give and Gave Amen
Tuesday, January 01 2019 - 09:58 PM
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Hendrik Gerrit Merison
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I was 12 years old at the time of the attack on that train; living as a "vluchteling" from Arnhem we lived at "Kasteel Rheederoord" owned by the Baron van Heeckeren. My sister, Helena Anna Adelaide was on that train and was killed. As a nosy boy I went to look at that crashed aircraft that was lying on the street next to the houses and was guarded by two German soldiers, one of which said: "Ich rauch fleisch" which I thought to mean that he referred to burning flesh of the deceased pilot? Even in 2004 (last time I was in the Netherlands) I could still see the evidence of where the aircraft clipped the trees, though my memory has a more detailed picture. My sister was buried at the same cemetary as P/O McLeod.
Thursday, December 27 2018 - 03:31 PM
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Ron Wright Sr
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Thank you for keeping this site up to date My Uncle Arthur Lloyd Stepharnoff was shoot down over Nirenberg 1945. His Lancaster was NG492 all were lost. I have a photo of him if there is a way to attach it to his profile
Thank You again
Ron Wright Sr
Sunday, December 09 2018 - 11:11 PM
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MIKE MALPASS
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FROM MIKE MALPASS RE TWO MISSING LANCASTERS MARK3 TYPE LOST ON THE 24TH JUNE 1943 FROM 156 SQN RE LANCASTER EE127 CODE GTX LANCASTER ED858 CODE NOT KNOWN BUT WHERE ABOUT OF EE127 GTX ARE KNOWN TO MYSELF AND THE BOMBER IS THE ED858 CREW ARE ALL IN GRAVES THAT ARE ALL MESSED UP THANKS TO CWGC I HAVE A FILE STATING 585 CREW WHERE BURIED AND ONLY P/O HUDSON ,S BODY THEY COULD NOT ID AS THE EE127 GOES AND 585 I CLAIM SOLE RIGHTS TO THE WORK ON BOTH THE LANCASTERS AND AS FAMILY WAS ON EE127 AND BOTH PIOLTS WHERE AUSTRALIAN I THINK ITS TIME THAT THESES CREWMEN GET THE RESPECT EVEN WHEN THE GRAVES ARE IN A CEMETERY AND SOME ONE COULD NOT EVEN PUT A NAME ON A STONE AND YET IN THESE REPORTS THE MEN HAD A BODY A GRAVE AND KNOWN ITS JUST ON A WALL VERY SAD FOR THE CREW OF 585 BUT 127 IS SAFE MIKE MALPASS
Wednesday, November 21 2018 - 09:10 AM
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neil mattingly
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I wish to make contact with Garth Bedwell, nephew of Frank Liddon Vines, who appears on your website. I am doing a Talk on the Warden/ Liddon family who originate from Charmouth for our local history society. I would love to find out more about Frank Vines and use the photographs that are on your website of him. If you could assist in any way I would be grateful as I do not have his email address. regards Neil Mattingly, Charmouth
Monday, November 12 2018 - 02:57 PM
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Paul Clapham
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My dad was a rear gunner 408 squadron Linton-on-Ouse. Visited 26th September 2018 before RAF Linton-on-Ouse closes. Thanks for the tour by the RAF police and the guided tour and visit to the memorial room.
Wednesday, September 26 2018 - 09:01 PM
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Andrea webster
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My Grandad (deceased) was charles fredrick pummery ..
Wednesday, August 22 2018 - 11:31 PM
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