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    Default F/O G T Kennell, 274. Sqn., POW 5. Oct. 44

    Hello mates,

    I am looking for any specified information on the above. It seems as if the details given in FCL Vol. III are not too precise. It is conceivable the a/c was belly-landed near Krefeld.

    Regards, George

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    They discuss the crash site and subsequent use by the Luftwaffe of Tempest EJ709 on this forum:

    http://www.luftwaffe-experten.org/forums/index.php?showtopic=1163&pid=30797&st=0&#entry3079 7

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    EJ709 was crashlanded along the Tielsestraat (name of a street) at Opheusden - 11.35 hrs. It was repaired by the Germans with parts of Tempest EJ552, crashed 29-12-1944 at Thiene near Hesepe (Kreis Bersenbrück), Germany.

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