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My father was aboard the frigate HMS Hargood on D-day. More info on the website I put together about his ship. They were at Omaha beach escorting ships and on anti-submarine duty. https://hargood.weebly.com/1944---d-day.html Kind regards Phil Newson

I am trying to find out when and where the 202nd Ordnance Depot Company landed in Normandy. Can anyone help?

hi richard my name is stuart hayman i run a research group called raf culmhead Reserch group and ive noticed you are looking for information regarding your relative in ref to E h fracis, well as a group which is on facebook im sure our team can help gather some inforamtion regarding the crash and any information. if u would then please contact me on

Harry , volgens mij hebben wij elkaar gesproken toen ik met mijn metaaldetector aan het zoeken was bij “ the hill” , ik heb wat kleine alluminium brokstukken gevonden waarvan ik denk dat het van een vliegtuig geweest kan zijn , mede omdat de eigenaar van de akker vertelde dat er in ww2 een vliegtuig was neergestort . Er staat onder andere Alcoa B2005 op. Hoe kan ik met je in contact komen ? Groeten , Peter Mientjes ,0653650210

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My dad, Lt. James R. Mooneyhan was there and I have video interviews of him talking about this time, riding a bicycle to Totnes at night to round up his men and Christmas dinner. I would love to see pictures of this time. They of course were training for DDay.

Halifax NA-514 RCAF POSTED BY NA514 ⋅ FEBRUARY 22, 2012 ⋅ 5 COMMENTS On June 17th,1944, this aircraft with a crew of 7 airmen, having flown on a nightly raid from Croft, UK, crashed in Holland, shot down by a nightfighter, while outward bound to Sterkrade, Germany. Three members of the crew were killed in the crash. Three menbers were eventually caught and became prisoners of war (POW). The Canadian navigator, F/O Roy Carter, evaded for three weeks before being caught in Tilburg with 2 othe

Dear Sir, I believe that the exact location of your fathers crash has been determined. If this message reaches you I would be happy provide all the information. Incidentally Spitfire P9337 was extensively excavated on a number of occasions. I was fortunate enough to acquire a number of its significant remains along with an identifying data plate and have since reconstructed the fuselage section. If this is of interest to you I would be happy to provide some photographs. Kind regards Jon Rad

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Please contact me regarding Oswald Peter Fagre. My name is Arve R. Pisani and anon-fiction writer of WWII books covering the Normandy Campaign. Years ago I corresponded with Oswals' best friend and he told me the story about Oswalds death. I do have some interesting information. email

This is my Uncle. So cool to find this site.

My grandfather, James Mills (43016) was the rear gunner on 1941-01-23 in Wellington T2511. They took the aircraft for flight and gun tests at 11:05 for 30 minutes. This type of action I believe was done on the day prior to a mission. He did not fly on the mission that night if there was one for this aircraft.

Sir, The plane was shot down at 20.10 in the evening, and according to the info from, Airfield Gilze Rijen, that was in German hands at that time, they claimed that the plane was shot by flak, and got hit with the bombs still on board, and exploded. The flak and searchlights for that part of the country where also stationed on Gilze Rijen at and around the Airfield. The Airfield was in that time named Fliegerhorst Gilze Rijen. If you need more info maybe it is possible to ask at the

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