LOSS OF LANCASTER ND970
IN AN OPERATION OVER STUTTGART
ON 28/29 JANUARY 1945
|DATE||LANCASTER||PILOT & CREW||OPERATION/LOCATION|
|28/29 Jan 1945||ND970 (AR-S)||Birt P N (KIA)
Field A (POW)
Truman Ernest G (POW)
Symes R Spencer (POW)
Benbow D R (POW)
O'Hara D G (KIA)
Wilson S G (KIA)
David Truman told me that his father, W/O Ernest Truman was shot down over Germany and became a Prisoner of War for 18 months or so. Ernest lost a flying boot and survived frost bite. In April 2003, Ernest Truman was living in Victoria. David Truman would like to find out if any of his fathers fellow crew were still alive.
Subject: Peter Birt
Date: Sat, 7 Apr 2001 17:44:03 +0800
From: "P & J Birt" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
I'm wondering if you can tell me if any of Peter Birt's crew (460 Squadron RAAF) are still alive.
Peter was my husband's uncle. He died over Munich, I believe, on Jan 28 1945 at the age of 21.
I would love to talk with someone who knew Uncle Peter. Can you help me?
I'd like to thank Jill Birt and David Truman for his assistance with this home page.
Can anyone help me with more information?
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