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    Please can anyone help me here , i am trying to find out details of the following Polish Airmen Possibly Pilot,
    F/L L.M RADOMSKI serial no P0522 .

    NOT TO BE CONFUSED WITH 1/ F/L Zdzislaw Radomski serial no P0320 lost arm in SPITFIRE CRASH .or
    2/ F/L Zerzy Radomski serial no P1427 BOB PILOT

    any help or leads WOULD be most welcome
    TIA PHILL JONES

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    Phill

    I couldn't find him on the PAF list. Could you check the spelling of his name again?

    However, two comments on this:

    Zdzislaw Radomski lost his arm in combat, not in Spitfire crash
    JERZY Radomski, not Zerzy

    Regards

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    Peter , thank you , i have noted your comments , and checked the spelling of F/L , LM RADOMSKI and this is how i have it i have nothing else ?

    IS THE PAF list on line this would be A USEFUL TOOL ?
    many thanks phill jones

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    Phill
    This number was assigned to Zygmunt Rembowski, former officer of Polish Navy (born 19 Sept 1914 in Lodz)
    After the training, Rembowski served as a pilot in two Polish squadrons : No. 309 Squadron (1943 - 1944), then No. 318 Squadron (1945 - 1946). Decorated with Cross of Valour with Bar.

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    Peter , i am most grateful to you for this , The fact that he was posted to no 309(P), Sqd from 41 OTU is a bonus for me being an OTU Nut , again my thanks , Please may i re ask IF there is in fact a POLISH LIST ? of airmen who served in WW 2 , again my thanks phill jones

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    Phill

    List of the members of the Polish Air Force under command of RAF exists as a Word document (and book). It doesn't include airmen participating in Polish Campaign 1939 and French Campaign 1940 unless they later joined the PAF in UK.
    Apart from the names, ranks, service numbers and dates of birth and death (if known in case of ww2 survivors) all is not easy to understand as it is written in Polish.
    Contact me by PM if you want more details.

    Regards

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