Good morning Mister Vogels, My name is Mehdi Schneyders, I am a colored Belgian - South African and I live in Belgium. Working as a cartoonist - illustrator, I am also a true R.A.F. and Commonwealth air forces enthusiast. I have just read your short...
Als 11 jähriger Bub habe ich den Absturz erlebt und bis heute mich damit befasst. Absturz brennend 01:15/21 Uhr 31.03.1944 Aufschlagstelle zwischen Kleingeschaidt / Tauchersreuth. Abs. F. Ziegler
My uncle F/O Ralph P Davies was the pilot of Wellington HF542 when it was shot down with the loss of all crew members. He is buried along with 2 others of his crew in a designated area of the Varsseveld town cemetery.
My uncle, Lt. Lawrence Waring, served in the 234th and was friends with Lt. Goodnow. Lt. Waring had worked straight thru 24 hours handling details of a temporary bridge over the Siene at Aubergenville. When bedding down for the night, an order came...
This is my great grandfathers plane. Robert graham Peter piloted this. Any more pics.
Hi there Karen and the Back to Normandy crew, My names Nina, I am currently creating for the present owner, a large pictorial map of Park farm, Truro, Which is the crash site for pilot H E Walter and his Mustang 1 AG587. I'm very exited to find...
The information regarding ED799, is according to my research incorrect. On 23 April 1943 this aircraft with my uncle JA Bland aboard, set out from Waddington and flew to the Cabo Higuer lighthouse on the French Spanish border. The Lancaster was broug...
A statement from a family member about Harold's time in Normandy: Harold had to poke his head out of the tank to guide the driver as they were pushing a disabled tank off a bridge into St. Mere-Eglise. This disabled tank was holding troop movement u...
The story concerning the return of the ring is quite correct. I knew Ernest Moore's mother who lived in Leicester. She showed me the ring and could not get over the honesty of the people involved in it's recovery. She was very grateful to all concer...
Further information: - Flight Lieutenant J.H. McCullough's service number is J-16210. Source: http://www.thisisme.ca/439squadron/113a.htm - I know the above information because I have his wristwatch: a rare 'Solar Aqua' model made by Rolex and sold...
Cecil John SANDERS was my uncle. He was the brother of my mother, Gwenith Mary SANDERS. I was born in 1950 so obviously did not know my uncle. I have one surviving brother, Peter. He has visited both the airfield where my uncle was posted and his gra...
Hello, This is my Dad's uncle. I am in position of the flag that was presented to the family after his death. I would like to find out any information on he service. My email is [email protected] Thank you
Was on a tour of the Normandy American Cemetery and we were each given a rose to place on a grave. I picked George W. Wolf and said a prayer for him and his family. I'm glad I picked George because no one has made any comments on his site. He is not ...
I would like all information you can give me and if there is any of the men still alive that might have known Private Bryant H. Lipham. His family are members of our church back in the United States.
Private Lawruk's son, Robert Lawruk, serves as a federal court security officer at the United States courthouse in Chicago, Illinois. Robert is a Marine Corps veteran who served in Vietnam. Private Lawruk also has a daughter in law and a grandson....
This plane was brought down over Deleen Holland, unfortunately only 1 member of the crew survived
Flight Lieutenant Kenneth Bernard Wright was my father's cousin, My grandmother and his mother were sisters. He was born in Sept 1921 in Wellington Shropshire. ( My father was a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy, I have his Normandy Medal) When I was gro...
J.C. Wickett was my Grampa, any info much appreciated! [email protected]
This plane was probably shot down by the mosquito flomn by Bob Bayley. I have a report written by him. His plane crashed in my homeplace Renswoude SGLO T3732. I would like to know more about Uffz J. Tank

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