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rickback4444 29th March 2021 09:36

Information concerning the loss of Obergefreiter Hebert Hechl - killed 10.05.1942
 
Hi,

Can anyone provide information n Obergefreiter Hubert Hechl who was lost on a mission n the 10th May 1942 over Russia? He was part of a bomber crew.

Thanks

Rick

Matti Salonen 29th March 2021 10:08

Re: Information concerning the loss of Obergefreiter Hebert Hechl - killed 10.05.1942
 
1942-05-10, 5./KG 51, Ju 88 A-4, 4605, 9K+CN, Feodosia
Flugzeugführer (Staffelführer) Hptm Richter, Armin, +
Kampfbeobachter Uffz Katzmann, Horst, +
Bordfunker Obgfr Hechl, Hubert, +
Bordschütze Uffz Herrmann, Martin, +
Absturz infolge Hindernisberührung. Bruch 100 %.

Matti

ARADO001 13th April 2021 15:38

Re: Information concerning the loss of Obergefreiter Hebert Hechl - killed 10.05.1942
 
Hello,
While having a look at Fold3 I found the BF's name twice but spelled Hechl and Hecht, born 07.12.1918, 5./KG 51 and same E.M (B 65120/114). It's the same person for sure. I can't find him in the VDK Db altough I tried some different spellings. The other crewmembers are all mentioned as buried at Sewastopol - Gontschornoje, graves 1304 (FF), 1302 (Bo) and 1301 (Bs). The whole crew was intially buried at Feodosia as mentioned on their deathcards.
My question: grave 1303 is missing. Could this be Hechl or Hecht buried there but spelled different on his grave ?

Patrick


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