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Blenheim IV N6212 [Royal Air Force Aircraft Serial and Image Database] RAFCommands.com

 Blenheim IV N6212



National Archives AIR81

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AIR81/15Acting Wing Commander I M Cameron, Sergeant T C Hammond and Aircraftman 1st Class T Fullerton: report of deaths; Blenheim N6212 shot down near Osnabruck, 28 September 1939. Note: With photographsC14141994

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Blenheim IV N6212

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetary/Memorial & Loc Ref
Wing CommanderIvan Mcleod CAMERON (24225) Blenheim IV N6212  NA/PRO 1939-09-28110 Sqdn AIR27 GermanyReichswald Forest War Cemetery
Aircraftman 1st ClassThomas FULLERTON (522192) Wireless Operator Blenheim IV N6212  NA/PRO 1939-09-28110 Sqdn AIR27 GermanyReichswald Forest War Cemetery
SergeantThomas Cecil HAMMOND (562535) Observer Blenheim IV N6212  NA/PRO 1939-09-28110 Sqdn AIR27 GermanyReichswald Forest War Cemetery

Related Posts in RAF Commands Forum

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Blenheim N6212, 28 September 1939On 28 September 1939, the Blenheim N6212 of 110 Sqn RAF did not return from a reconnaissance over Germany. Most sources agree that he was shot down by Feldwebel Klaus Faber of I/JG 1 but the loss location was listed as "Kiel area" or "Osnabruck area" depending of sources. I have searched several times more details about this loss and just found them today, so wanted to share it with those interested: 1) pictures of the graves of the crew, and short story http://portraitsofwar.wordpress.com/2012/03/02/wwii-german-snapshot-photo-raf-gravestones-in-germany-1939-1st-australian-soldier-killed-in-action/ 2) story of the crash, and precise location (in German) http://www.noz.de/lokales/31120376/wilder-schieerei-ueber-engter-folgte-der-absturz Best regards ....Read More.Laurent Rizzotti on 5th March 2012 09:46:08


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