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    This airmen (wireless op) baled out of a 429 Sq Halifax on March 24/25,1944 on an op to Berlin after numerous fighter attacks over Denmark. His name does not come up as killed, POW or an evader. Any idea of his fate?
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    Rodway Frank Budgen comes up on Ross' POW list as a POW at Stalag Luft 1, POW # 3800.

    Dave

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    Hi,

    "Welcome to POW Camp - Stalag Luft I - Barth, Germany

    By Flight Sgt. Budgen of the RAF and Squadron Leader B. Arct, Belgian flier attached to the RAF. Lithographed in the United States of America. Edwards & Broughton Company, Raleigh, N.C.

    A collection of black and white cartoons which depict daily life as "Kriegies". Each cartoon has an added commentary explaining the situation in Stalag Luft I that is being depicted."

    http://www.merkki.com/books.htm

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    Mojmir

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    Thanks both for the info.
    Richard

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