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  1. Dave Partington says:

    Hi Ian,

    brilliant website! I wanted to ask if you know anything about a Luftwaffe bomber which came down on what is now Blackleach Country Park in Walkden. I recall my Gran, who lived on Worsley Road North (just across from that location) about this as a child. So the tale goes, at least some of the crew bailed out of the plane and local women ran out to grab the parachutes as silk was in short supply during the war. It seems that the following day, officials went round knocking on doors to try to get the parachute silk but by that time the material had been cut up and distributed. I’ve looked on the internet for years but never managed to find any reference to this hence my asking if you know anything about this particular crash?

    Best wishes,

    Dave

  2. John blows says:

    My wife believes she can locate a site near Uxbridge, Middlesex, where a german aircraft crashed and buried itself in the ground during WW2.
    She doesn’t think it has ever been excavated or the ground built on.
    Who should she contact?

    regards John Blows

  3. Kerion harris says:

    My father was the gunner on Friday the13

  4. Lee gatley says:

    Hi Ian my grandfather was a prisoner at glen mill he was a German paratrooper Hans Engels and married a local girl after the war rose O’Donnell

  5. Tom birch says:

    Looking for any info on a German bomber that crash landed in the village of shocklach approx 10 miles south of Chester my father inlaw believes it to be a heinkel ‘ it saddled church lane one local took the fuel from it and also a machine gun no mention of Crew ! Location also approx 35 miles from Liverpool !

    • Ian D B says:

      hi Tom have you any idea of the date of the crash? Will take a look and get back to you if I find anything but the more detail the better
      Ian

  6. Hello,
    I am looking for information about a Spitfire which crashed on a practice flight into a hill/mountain, Moel Cwnghordy, South Wales on the 29th of September 1942. It was flying out of Fairwood Common airfield, Swansea. The pilot was Norman Hugh Mackay. He was American and attached to 421 squadron R.C.A.F. would there be a map reference for the impact point?

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