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Old 7th June 2019, 12:41
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Re: Victory Fw. Siegmann 2/NJG 6 12.9.1944

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Originally Posted by Theo Boiten View Post
Hello Ian,

These are the claims details that I have (entries taken from the manuscript of the Nachtjagd Combat archive):

Fw. Siegmann: 1 2./NJG6 Lancaster Haguenau, W. River Rhine (AR): 4.000 m. 22.40 626 Sqn Lancaster LM137
Uffz. Karl Ludy: 1 7./NJG101 Fortress II Landau - Baden-Baden area (UR-AR): 4.000 m 22.44 626 Sqn Lancaster LM137. Note: same claim as Fw. Siegmann 22.40 hrs. According to OKL Bruchunterlagen (crash reports) for 12.9.1944, LM137 crashed at Stattmatten (Pl.Q. AR 7) following NF attack at 22.44 hrs. Also claimed by Flak of 1.-3./schw. Flak Abt. 543 (Eisb.) and 4./schw. Flak Abt. 429 (Eisb.) (‘Lancaster Stattmatten Pl.Q. AR 7 22.39 hrs’)

First name of Siegmann regrettably not known (yet).

Do you perhaps have a crew photo of this Lancaster crew?

Cheers, Theo
Theo,

Re: Thorpe crew photo, see:

http://www.626-squadron.co.uk/crews5.html

If you need to view the original BBC story, see:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peo...a4082861.shtml

Col.

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