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    Default Sgt Duncan MacAulay RCAF

    Hello,

    Looking at any available information about Sgt MacAulay.

    He is originated from Port George Nova Scotia Canada

    In around April 1944 he was hidden by the Resistance

    No more info available

    Thank you for your help

    Best regards

    René

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    Default Duncan Morrison MacAulay

    You may have gotten what you have from this already but

    RCAF Casualty List 898
    overseas
    Missing After Air Operations

    MacAULAY. Duncan Morrison . Sgt.
    Port Morten, N.S .

    http://www.warmuseum.ca/cwm/newspapers/intro_e.html

    Dennis
    Dennis Burke
    - Dublin

    Foreign Aircrew and Aircraft Ireland 1939-1945
    www.ww2irishaviation.com

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    Default Sgt Mac Aulay

    Hello Denis,

    Thank you for your information.

    With the info I look at Port Morien and noticed a email address for the Legion, wrote to that address but come back undelivery.

    Still do not know what happened to him and what was his squadron.

    Best regards

    Rene

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    Rene,

    Contact Mr. Leroy Peach at Port Morien. He has info regarding Duncan MacAulay shot down over Belgium.

    leroy_peachATyahoo.com (replace AT with the usual)

    Regards, Ken

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    Default Sgt MacAulay

    Hello Ken

    Thank for your reply.

    As soon info comes from Monsieur Leroy will let you know

    Best regards

    René

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    Default Sgt MacAulay

    Hello Ken,

    Try to send an email but it comes back. I am wondering about the "tiret" between the 2 names.

    Can you see the address again or if you know that person could you send my address to him
    reneDOTromainvilleATskynetDotbe

    Thank you

    Best regards from Belgium

    René

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    Rene,

    I believe what you describe as a "tiret" in the email address is what is called an "underscore" on an English language keyboard. It is found on the same key as the "dash" ---------- character by selecting CAPITALS to produce _ _ _ _ _ _.

    Possibly you were inserting a 'dash'------ instead of an underscore_ _ __?

    Please try mailing again with the underscore in the address; if not succesfull contact me via PM.

    Cheers, Kenh

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    Default Sgt Mac Aulay,

    Hello,

    it is possible that the pilot was Gilbert Millar, I do not have a date for but it must be inearly 1944, any information will be the most welcome.

    Best regards

    René

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    Looks like it was April 27-28 to Montzen - Halifax LK 807 of 432 Squadron coded QO-J. Four evaded, two were captured and one killed.
    An article in the Cape Breton Post by Leroy Peach describing the incident can be found here:http://www.capebretonpost.com/index.cfm?sid=83493&sc=150
    Regards
    Dave Wallace
    Last edited by David Wallace; 24th September 2008 at 17:59. Reason: correcting serial number

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    Default Sgt MacAulay

    Hello David,

    Thank you for your reply, unfortunately I am not able to see the paper written in the newspaper there is a sign between the number 8 and the letter sc,
    If you could provide the name of the crew it will help.

    Best regards

    René

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