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    Default Losse Bristol Blenheim, September 1942

    Hello,
    We are looking for a long time a loss of the Bristol Blenheim common PLOUGONVER (Brittany). in September 1942. This morning we just found in a magazine an important witness.
    The Bristol Blenheim had fallen on a Sunday evening fire (date unspecified) to 19 hours a moor between the villages of Kergus and Kervern. He had been hit by flak during a raid on Morlaix Airmen helped by the Mayor and his wife Plougonver could quickly reach Nantes and supported by a network of local escape quickly joined england. Mayor's wife was deported to Ravensbruck and Mauthausen died in April 1945.
    Sundays in September 1942. 6/13/20/27.
    Cordialement,
    Regards,
    Mit freundlichem Gruß,

    Dan

    Association Bretonne du Souvenir Aérien 39-45
    http://www.absa3945.com/

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    Hello,
    I found a key witness yesterday, the crash took place Sunday, September 13, 1942. Two witnesses speak to me of a twin-engine aircraft, machine guns in the rear. A Bristol Beaufighter ?
    Cordialement,
    Regards,
    Mit freundlichem Gruß,

    Dan

    Association Bretonne du Souvenir Aérien 39-45
    http://www.absa3945.com/

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