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  • Denis
    The past is preferable!
    • Mar 2004
    • 1517

    75th Battle Of Britain anniversary...crash sites being marked?

    A few hundred yards from my home is the crash site of Sgt Feliks Gmur from 151 Squadron who was shot down on the 30th August 1940. When I drove past the other day I noticed that a small plaque that contained his portrait, and streaming red and white ribbons was attached to a tree very close to his crash site.

    Has anyone else noticed similar items placed near to other B of B crash sites or is this a one off?
    Hertfordshire Airfields Memorial Group
    http://hamg.co.uk

    Hunsdon, Sawbridgeworth and Matching Green airfields..
    http://www.wartime-airfields.com
  • ~Alan~
    Rank 5 Registered User
    • Mar 2010
    • 5021

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    Not noticed anything myself.

    Nice piece about Feliks here: http://www.rbl-epping.org.uk/Royal_B...rict/GMUR.html
    Engine Failure:.... A condition which occurs when all fuel tanks mysteriously become filled with air.

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