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Aircrew Remembered

Tragedy in the skies over Harleston

Click the following link to discover some of the tragedy that happened in the skies over Harleston during the two world wars:

A brief history of some military aircraft crashes around our town:

Let us remember the brave aircrew who lost their lives around our town:

18th February 1942 – Royal Air Force Miles Master (no casualties)

9th March 1942 – Royal Air Force Wellington Bomber   (6 x casualties)

9th March 1942 – Royal Air Force Hawker Hurricane (1 x casualty)

11th April 1945 – 2 x USA Air Force B-24 Liberator Bombers (22 x casualties)

21st June 1945 – USA Air Force P-51D Mustang (1 x casualty)

20th July 1917 – Royal Flying Corps Maurice Farman Shorthorn Bi-plane (1 x casualty)

21st August 1940 – German Luftwaffe Dornier Aircraft (1 x casualty) (3 x survived) 

 

 

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