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Old 27th February 2011, 17:06
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German and Italian Aircrew Losses over Malta

Dont know if anyone has found this site before, but I thought it might be useful to those studying the Malta campaign:

http://website.lineone.net/~remoslie...0Prisoners.htm

http://website.lineone.net/~remoslie...0Prisoners.htm

An example of some of the information on the web site:

Giuseppe BECARRIA, Tenente, 23o Gruppo Autonomo, Fiat CR.42 fighter pilot, died when his aircraft crashed in flames into the sea 26th November 1940. His body was recovered and buried in Pembroke Military cemetery
Dante BECHERUCCI, Sergente, 192a Squadriglia, 87o Gruppo, 30o Stormo, crew member of a Savoia S.79 aircraft died when it crashed in flames offshore on 10th July 1940
Aldo BELLENZIER, Tenente, Pilot of Cant Z.501 floatplane, tricked into landing near the island of Comino on the night of 25th January 1941, and taken prisoner. Married, his wife Vera lived at Via Enna 9, Catania
Francesco BELLOMIA, Crewmember of a Cant Z.501 floatplane, tricked into landing near the island of Comino on the night of 25th January 1941, and taken prisoner. His father Vincenzo Bellomia lived at Via Ibla 6, Syracuse
Mario BENEDETTI, Tenente, 74a Squadriglia, 23o Gruppo Autonomo, the Pilot of a Fiat CR.42 fighter, shot down and died when his plane crashed on 16th July 1940. He was 24 years old, and his father was the Commissioner of Police in Genoa. He was buried in the afternoon of 16th July 1940 in Imtarfa
Vittorio BERTOCCINI, Sottotenente, 74a Squadriglia, 23o Gruppo Autonomo, the Pilot of a Fiat CR.42 fighter, shot down 12th June 1941
Renzo BOCCONI, Sergente Maggiore, 75a Squadriglia, Fiat CR.42 fighter Pilot, baled out from his damaged aircraft, landed in the sea and was rescued, 24th August 1940. He was taken prisoner. Aged 25 years from Florence where his father lived, and his fiancée Anna Andorna lived in Turin
Giovanni (Ugo) BONANNO, Primo Aviere, 99o Gruppo, 43o Stormo, Air Gunner of a Fiat BR.20M aircraft on bombing raid on Hal Far Airfield, shot down and died 8th June 1941
Pietro BONFATTI, Tenente, 73a Squadriglia, 9o Gruppo, 4o Stormo, Pilot of a Macchi 202 fighter. His aircraft was shot down and he died 22nd November 1941
Carlo BOSIO, born in Genoa 11th December 1916. Sottotenente di Vascello, Italian Navy, died in the E-boat attack on Grand Harbour 26th July 1941. Awarded the Medaglia d'oro al Valor Militare
Enrico BOTTI, Sergente Maggiore, 10o Gruppo, 4o Stormo, Pilot of a Macchi MC.200 fighter shot down and died 17th July 1941
Giuseppe BRACCO, Tenente, Italian Navy. Picked up by a Sunderland Flying Boat, from an Italian submarine attacked 29th June 1940. Taken prisoner
Vittorio BRAGADIN, Sottotenente, 238a Squadriglia, 96o Gruppo Autonomo, Pilot of a Ju.87 Stuka dive bomber, shot down and died 5th November 1941
Nello BRAMBILLA, Tenente Colonello, 99o Gruppo, 43o Stormo, shot down and died in a Fiat BR.20M bomber attacking Valletta in early hours of 6th August 1941
Raffaele BRANDI, Tenente, 195a Squadriglia, 90o Gruppo, 30o Stormo, Crewman of Savoia S.79 bomber missing in action, 10th November 1940
Antonio BRASCHI, Primo Aviere, Crewman of a Cant-Z.1007, shot down 10th May 1942
BRISSOLESE, Sottotenente, 208a Squadriglia, 101o Gruppo Autonomo, the Pilot of a Ju.87 Stuka dive bomber shot down and died during the night of 25th/26th September 1941
Amleto BRUTTINI, Aviere, 238a Squadriglia, 96o Gruppo Autonomo, Air Gunner in a Ju.87 Stuka shot down by Anti Aircraft gunfire and died 5th November 1941
Giuseppe BURATTI, Aviere Scelto, 60a Squadriglia, 33o Gruppo, 9o Stormo, Crewman of a Cant-Z.1007 floatplane, shot down and died 7th July 1942
Silla BUSSAGLIA, Primo Aviere, 192a Squadriglia, 87o Gruppo, 30o Stormo, Crew member of a Savoia S.79 aircraft died when it crashed in flames offshore on 10th July 1940
Felice BUSSOLIN, Sottotenente, 73a Squadriglia, 9o Gruppo, 4o Stormo, Pilot of a Macchi MC.202 fighter shot down and died 1st November 1941
Aldo BUVOLI, Maresciallo, Pilot. Born 29th June 1916 in Mantova, the son of Ennio Buvoli and Ida Mainoldi. Shot down and taken prisoner
Fiorenzo CAPRIOTTI, Italian Navy, taken prisoner after the E-boat attack on Grand Harbour 26th July 1941
Aristide CARABELLI, Sottotenente, Italian Navy, born in Milan 9th December 1916. Took part in the E-boat attack on Grand Harbour and died 26th July 1941
Francesco CARABELLESE, Aviere Scelto, 14a Squadriglia, 4o Gruppo Autonomo, of a Savoia S.84 shot down and died 12th May 1942
Luigi CARATOZZOLO, 1st Mate, m.v. D'Annunzio, captured and taken prisoner 1942
Giovanni CASADIO, Sottotenente, 60a Squadriglia, 33o Gruppo, 9o Stormo, second Pilot of a Cant-Z.1007 floatplane, shot down and died 7th July 1942
Luigi CASTELANNI, Primo Aviere, crew member of a Cant Z.501 floatplane, tricked into landing near the island of Comino on the night of 25th January 1941, and taken prisoner. His father Nazzareno Castelanni, lived at Via Cassero 56, San Eraclio, Foligno, Umbria
Luigi CATANI, Sergente Maggiore, 237a Squadriglia, 96o Gruppo Autonomo, Ju.87 Stuka dive bomber Pilot shot down on 17th September 1940, and picked up from the sea and taken prisoner. He was 25 years old, and his mother lived in Rome
Carinello CATANIA, Italian Navy, taken prisoner after the E-boat attack on Grand Harbour 26th July 1941
Francesco CAVALLI, Sottotenente, 70a Squadriglia, 23o Gruppo Autonomo, Pilot of a Fiat CR.42 aircraft shot down on 17th September 1940. He managed to bale out, and parachuted to safety. After landing he was taken prisoner. He was born in Catania, and his mother still lived there
Remo CAZZOLLI, Tenente, 152a Squadriglia, 2o Gruppo Autonomo, Reggiane Re2001 Pilot, shot down 18th May 1942. Crash landed in his aircraft, badly injured taken to hospital, as a prisoner. He was 28 years old, the son of Ernesto and Carmela Collini. His father lived at 40 Via Antonio Rosmini, Trento
Renato CECCHI, Chief Engineer, m.v. D'Annunzio, captured and taken prisoner 1942
Arrigo CESOLINI, Tenente, 116o Gruppo, 37oStormo, BR.20M Bomber Pilot, failed to return from a mission over Malta, 19th November 1941
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