Good afternoon,

My compliments, this website is incredibly rich, it takes hours to visit the main topics!

I am a 26 years old researcher from Northern Italy. I am currently trying to discover and to show the history of a plane wreck I found this summer, at more than 2900 meters on the Western Alps.
Here you may find the photos and datas I already posted,

http://www.iphpbb.com/board/ftopic-8...9380-1556.html

You have to know that this crash site is covered by snow for at least 11 months per year, so it is quite difficult to look for other parts; I will come up there next spring, I hope.
According to archives, this should be the wreck of Lancaster LM339. It crashed up there after striking Milano, during August, 1943. I would like to identify it for sure.

Here, in the end, the list of the five inscriptions I found on the parts:

number 1 28527
numero 2 nothing
numero 3 nn.
numero 4 nn.
numero 5 nn.
numero 6 nn.
numero 7 08ISS B
numero 8 nn.
numero 9 nn.
numero 10 nn.
numero 11 0130
numero 12 32311 (with a strange symbol, where I read 42 and S)
number 13 nn.


Thank you all for your kind help.
With my kindest regards,

Marco