I am the younger and last surviving brother of Corran Perry Ashworth. In June 2006 a memorial stone to my brother was unveiled on the banks of the river Seine opposite the place where his remains are believed to lie in the river. The ceremony was att...
Raymond did not die on the 7th of July 1945 but on the 19th of June 1944
Dutch newspaper Echo van het Zuiden (june 1961) mentions that Langston's Typhoon was hit by flak, which was situated near Doeveren, Noord Brabant, the Netherlands. The plane crashed October 24th in an area called Baardwijkse Buitenpolder. A farmer go...
The aircraft code was EM( )W. After being hit by a nightfighter one of the engines ran hot and Lewis brought the aircraft down on the beach of Ameland
My grandfather log book from Oct 43 shows him as the wireless op with ruches crew doing 4 flights on jb189 around this time including op munich on 2/Oct 43..
I would love to see the picture of Ralph and his platoon. He would have been my Great Uncle. This account is interesting as the family has not known this.
Flying Officer Alf Farren was the pilot of Short Stirling Mark IV LJ823 L9-M on a re-supply drop to the airborne forces at Arnhem. His aircraft was damaged by flak and was shot down by three German fighters. He crash-landed the Stirling at Megen, sou...
N2319 was indeed lost oversea during battle. However the pilot was Group Captain Michael J Howlett who did survive. The date the plane was lost was much later than 1940.
Wellington DF639 75 Squadron 6/7 October 1942 Osnabruck Shot down by a Lichtenstein radar equipped Do. 217J night fighter coded D5+LH flown by Lt. Hans Krause: 1 Stab I./NJG3. Claim: Wellington 1 km. N. Slagharen: at 3,100 m. at 23.04. Aircraft was f...
Arthur (Pete) Gordon was my Great Uncle, He was born in Red Deer, Alberta, Canada, on March 3, 1912. He Joined the RCAF on July 2, 1935; transferred to RAF June 1936; Pilot Officer July 22, 1936; Flying Officer Jan 22, 1937; Acting Flight Lieutena...
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Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk V Z6470, Code EY-G, 78 Squadron On 27/28 March 1941 11.05 pm in Mariaveen between Sevenum/Helenaveen NL. Armstrong Whitley Mk...
Dear Sir, Thank you very much for your comment. I will pass on your message to the family of the one who sent back the ring to Mrs Moore. I am sure they will be pleased to read your message. It would be wonderful if you could contact me on my e-mai...
On October 2017 a memorial will be unveiled at the spot of the crash of the Shorts Stirling OJ-N. Families of two crew members (fourteen persons) have already promised to attend the unveiling. The organising committee as well as the community of Kron...

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