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  • Guest - Jeffrey Norton

    Looking to find out as much information as I possible can about this?<br /><br />My grandfathers younger brother Hartley Norton was a Lancaster Pilot killed during this battle on 3/10/1942.<br /><br />Pilot Officer Hartley Graham Norton<br />Born 24/06/1921<br />Killed 03/10/1942 Age 21 (Germany Flying Battle / Bombing of Kassel)<br />Buried at Hannover War Cemetery<br />Based Dunholme Lodge ENGLAND during WWII<br />44 SQN RAF<br />Piloted Lancaster III ED433 KM-V<br /><br />Any further information that can be provided would be greatly appreciated.<br /><br />Regards<br /><br />Jeff Norton<br />Darwin NT Australia

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  • Guest - Jeffrey Norton

    Looking to find out as much information as I possible can about this?<br /><br />My grandfathers younger brother Hartley Norton was a Lancaster Pilot killed during this battle on 3/10/1942.<br /><br />Pilot Officer Hartley Graham Norton<br />Born 24/06/1921<br />Killed 03/10/1942 Age 21 (Germany Flying Battle / Bombing of Kassel)<br />Buried at Hannover War Cemetery<br />Based Dunholme Lodge ENGLAND during WWII<br />44 SQN RAF<br />Piloted Lancaster III ED433 KM-V<br /><br />Any further information that can be provided would be greatly appreciated.<br /><br />Regards<br /><br />Jeff Norton<br />Darwin NT Australia

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  • Guest - Mary Harlow

    Sqdr 150 Pilot M. J. L. Blunt was my great uncle. He will always be in our hearts and minds, as our family representative in the war effort. While he had such a short life, his amazing efforts will never be forgotten. One by one, members of the family travel to Malcolm's grave in Ameland - and for generations, we retell the story of how much deeply you were loved, missed and appreciated.

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  • Guest - Mary Harlow

    Sqdr 150 Pilot M. J. L. Blunt was my great uncle. He will always be in our hearts and minds, as our family representative in the war effort. While he had such a short life, his amazing efforts will never be forgotten. One by one, members of the family travel to Malcolm's grave in Ameland - and for generations, we retell the story of how much deeply you were loved, missed and appreciated.

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  • Guest - Margaret Gilmour

    I saw an article on Flight Sargeant J S Shearing RAFVR Sqd 576, who took off from Elsham Wolds on the 23rd October, 1944. Do you have anymore info on this flight. I have a list of the flight crew and my father was also on the flight, Sgt William John Stockwell<br /><br />Many thanks, Margaret Gilmour (nee Stockwell)

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  • Guest - Margaret Gilmour

    I saw an article on Flight Sargeant J S Shearing RAFVR Sqd 576, who took off from Elsham Wolds on the 23rd October, 1944. Do you have anymore info on this flight. I have a list of the flight crew and my father was also on the flight, Sgt William John Stockwell<br /><br />Many thanks, Margaret Gilmour (nee Stockwell)

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  • Guest - Nick Lambrechtsen

    Hallo Fred<br />Any update of Pilot J J Breunig who crashed on 5 Oct 1944. How does one access your forums, esp. 11/574?<br />Have requested the accident report of his crash from <br />Regards, Nick

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  • Guest - Nick Lambrechtsen

    Hallo Fred<br />Any update of Pilot J J Breunig who crashed on 5 Oct 1944. How does one access your forums, esp. 11/574?<br />Have requested the accident report of his crash from <br />Regards, Nick

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  • Guest - Jack Wardell

    Some info on N7222 lost on 21st Dec 1940 over the English channel. Hudson N7222 was piloted by an Australian crew of Peter Johnstone Jenkins and Jack Cranwell Dale flying out of RAF Leuchars Sqd 224; <br />Full Crew: <br /> F/O P J Jenkins MID 40713 <br /> P/O J C Dale 43284 <br /> Sgt R W Willis 552094 <br /> Sgt R. Braachi 550921<br /><br />All are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial.

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  • Guest - Jack Wardell

    Some info on N7222 lost on 21st Dec 1940 over the English channel. Hudson N7222 was piloted by an Australian crew of Peter Johnstone Jenkins and Jack Cranwell Dale flying out of RAF Leuchars Sqd 224; <br />Full Crew: <br /> F/O P J Jenkins MID 40713 <br /> P/O J C Dale 43284 <br /> Sgt R W Willis 552094 <br /> Sgt R. Braachi 550921<br /><br />All are commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial.

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