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Snautzer 15th April 2019 13:35

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  1. B-17 Captured german markings Schiphol 1943 https://www.ebay.de/itm/Foto-Schipho...kAAOSwqaNcsw~X
  2. B-17 Captured german markings Schiphol 1943 https://www.ebay.de/itm/Foto-Schipho...sAAOSwOANcsw4G
  3. B-17 Captured german markings Schiphol 1943 https://www.ebay.de/itm/Foto-Schipho...YAAOSwkhtcsw8H

Faenor 15th April 2019 14:48

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Hi all,

Spitfire P7787 LZoP from 66. SQ - lost 12.8.1941:

https://www.ebay.de/itm/Foto-Wehrmac...oAAOSwtEBcsz9e

More info and some photos:
https://db.wingstovictory.nl/databas...php?wtv_id=129

Faenor

Snautzer 16th April 2019 13:52

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Caproni Ca.313
Under new management: https://www.ebay.com/itm/1559-Origin...4AAOSwVX1ctKAi

edwest2 20th April 2019 22:14

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https://www.ebay.de/itm/FOTO-FLUGZEU...EAAOSwSjpctfc2
https://www.ebay.de/itm/Foto-Polen-g...UAAOSwrHBctij~

Col Bruggy 21st April 2019 08:14

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Photo #1.

Flt Lt 'Bill' Palmer's Spitfire Vb, W3852, EB-W, 'Peggy', following his forced landing near St. Omer as a result of combat damage on 12 April 1942. (photo caption, p.625 - Source - Phil Listemann).

Wilfred 'Bill' PALMER, 968591/(110572) RAFVR, shot down by FW 190s of JG 26 during Circus 122 to Hazebrouck Marshalling Yards and captured at St. Omer, 12 April, 1942 (p.797-8)

See:
Blood, Sweat and Courage 41 Squadron RAF 1939-1942.
Brew,Steve.
N.P.: Fonthill Media,2014.
pp.625 & 797-8.

Col.

edwest2 21st April 2019 22:36

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Thank you Col.


Ed

brewerjerry 24th April 2019 00:02

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Quote:

Originally Posted by Col Bruggy (Post 267876)
Photo #1.

Flt Lt 'Bill' Palmer's Spitfire Vb, W3852, EB-W, 'Peggy', following his forced landing near St. Omer as a result of combat damage on 12 April 1942. (photo caption, p.625 - Source - Phil Listemann).

Wilfred 'Bill' PALMER, 968591/(110572) RAFVR, shot down by FW 190s of JG 26 during Circus 122 to Hazebrouck Marshalling Yards and captured at St. Omer, 12 April, 1942 (p.797-8)

See:
Blood, Sweat and Courage 41 Squadron RAF 1939-1942.
Brew,Steve.
N.P.: Fonthill Media,2014.
pp.625 & 797-8.

Col.

Hi
just curious

the photo shows a 'type C ' roundel which i thought didnt come into use until May 42

or did 41Sqn use it earlier in April ?

cheers
jerry

Faenor 24th April 2019 09:26

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Hi al,

on these links are probably photos on same plane:

http://www.aeroscale.co.uk/modules.p...=219081&page=2

https://forum.keypublishing.com/foru...n-RAF-history=

Some info from the 1st link about roundel types:
The small roundels are the type applied experimentally to night fighters and 'C' type roundels did not start to appear until the middle of April 1942, but generally from mid-May. So there is nothing odd about the 'A' type roundels under the wings. The most sensible explanation for the small roundels on the fuselage would be that it was transferred from a night fighter squadron

.but this plane was just with this squadron:
http://allspitfirepilots.org/aircraft/W3852

Faenor

Stig Jarlevik 24th April 2019 11:27

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Well Guys, which one is it?

W3852 (Col's details)
W3654 (Wojtek's thoughts)

As far as I can see there is nothing visible on the actual aircraft so how did for instance you Col come up with W3852? I don't have any of the sources you quote, but I suppose it came from a book by Phil Listemann?

Since Phil Listemann is using TOCH as well, perhaps he, in such a case, can give us some further details?

Cheers
Stig

Col Bruggy 24th April 2019 13:41

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Hello,

ID? Simple, 41 Sqn coding ('EB'), and the name 'Peggy' under the windscreen. Confirmed by Andy Saunder's photo on p.626 of Stew Brew's Blood, Sweat and Courage.

Phill Listemann was the source for the photo of W3852 (p.625), in the aforementioned reference. No more, no less.

W3852: EB-W - Forced-landed near St.Omer 12.4.1942

W3654: EB- - P/O Albert van ROOD -Ejected from exploding aircraft, chute opened, landed safely, POW, 12.4.1942. Most likely a total wreck.

Steve Brew states unequivocally, that W3852: EB-W 'Peggy', was flown by F/L William 'Bill' Palmer on 12.4.1942.

Col.


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