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Old 6th September 2019, 15:34
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Re: Ju 88 loss 5th Nov. 1944

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Have checked the NVM and it clearly says 330222. Of course even the NVM can contain errors, but is there any other source for the WNr. of this loss. If not, I am afraid that for the time being we have to accept this number.

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I think the original NVMs are more likely to be correct than the list we had which was copied from them.
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Old 6th September 2019, 15:47
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"Rémi loves to befuddle folks with obscure acronyms and abbreviations."

I confess the charges, but plead for mitigation, as that is the right name of the doc !!! at least as quoted at Kew
In this doc are recorded the details given by Nick, nd no I don't try to befuddle people, or only sometimes to put some salt or pepper, but I hv mind to hv some care, sense of humor is vanishing

Regarding the Wn. i wonder, for that date, which primary source gives it , apart the NVM..

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Old 6th September 2019, 16:53
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Re: Ju 88 loss 5th Nov. 1944

Hi Rémi: no loss of humor here, but perhaps different humor. You use a lot of abbreviations common to texting, such as "hv" for "have". For those of us who are really, really, really old and don't text, these can at times be very confusing! I remember several of your posts from the past that I did not understand at all, but I shrugged it off to language difficulties.

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Old 6th September 2019, 20:05
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Do you thing , Larry, that I am really greatly younger than you ?? ,a little probably yes , anyway 62 are at my counter

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Re: Ju 88 loss 5th Nov. 1944

Surprise, Rémi, I beat you by 19 years.............I'm old enough to be your Dad. Wouldn't that be a shocker?

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I "fear" something like that, hv, sorry, have some more good years


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Old 7th September 2019, 00:10
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Re: Ju 88 loss 5th Nov. 1944

Larry,

I thought you were much more younger - around 50+ (not even 60!). Anyway, your LW sites are amazing and a great source for the youngsters and other "Sprogs" like me.

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Thanks, Adriano!

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Old 7th September 2019, 02:37
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Re: Ju 88 loss 5th Nov. 1944

OK,
I get what "MAAF" is
So can somebody tell me what is "MAAF 1000 " ?
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Contact me, alex I will send you the full set

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