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Old 27th November 2022, 14:37
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(F)/22 in 1945

Hello,

I am trying to trace the history of (F)/22 in 1945, but could not find much information in my library. Is there any recommended book that tells a bit more than just when the unit was disbanded? Something like a unit history.

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Old 27th November 2022, 14:59
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Re: (F)/22 in 1945

Roger,

This may help

https://www.luftwaffedata.co.uk/inde...rungsgruppe_22
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Re: (F)/22 in 1945

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Hello Nick -

The entries in https://www.luftwaffedata.co.uk/inde...rungsgruppe_22 also include all of the bases. The entries there also include my footnotes for each entry. You might care to know that ASISBIZ does no original research in archives, books, personal documents, etc. Instead, they get their material from other websites where trusting researchers have posted their findings for the benefit of all with the proviso that other individuals of questionable integrity don't purloin it whole hog and install it on their own website without crediting the source.

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Thanks Henry Didn't realise that.
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Thank you very much for your understanding and reply, Nick!

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