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I was having a conversation about thhis very topic with some friends just last week. Unfortunately, I have nothing really to add to...
In related news...
This passed me by last year but the table upon which the wounded Rommel was treated was "discovered" in an old...
About 30-45 minutes.
They have a good system there, although in a couple of months they're going to change things temporarily, trialling new...
Nice. Maisy too :-)
Stephen meant this file at the UK NA in Kew:
I'll be back over in a couple of weeks so will go through it.
Happy New Year to you and all.
There are unknowns beside Ockwell but they're sailors. Of those in the civilian cemeteries, none have enough...
Well as half-expected I ran out of time in Kew, but should be back there end of January.
I've looked through a lot (not all) f the...
I pulled this file from Kew today, as it covers two ongoing conversations, this one and another elswhere. In it is a descriptive list...
I think 10,000'-12,000' is within range of 3,7cm Flak, but either way it does appear that whatever guns were there, and it's nowhere...
I'm going through Gary's book now but it's not easy as it's such a mess.
I've copied the text from my earlier post and pasted it below with additional information. I was going to just edit the older post...
Main force just after 03h00 on the 6th.
I can post exact times (as much as they're noted) tomorrow.
To continue the study of Maisy, I thought it might be good to discuss what anti-aircraft defences were there between the two sites of...
I checked in Atlantikwall Omaha Beach by Alain Chazette (and others) which I guess I should have done before posting last night......
Yes thanks, Allan
Busy but nicely so
Either way it would be good to clarify
I'll do my best
Going through this again... it seems the map Pat posted has disappeared (at least on my screen), so here's a similar one from May...
If you made a note of which files they're in, I'd be interested. I'm going to Kew for a few days next week
I can look for...
Yep. It's in the appendices.
The "main" parts of the ORBs don't have this sort of thing normally, and the appendices vary in content and quality....
Following a recent(-ish) trip to Kew I think I now have all the ORBs for Bomber Command for June 1944 (for a small project I'm...