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Old 25th January 2005, 16:19
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8./NJG2 ,Lanc loss 20/21 July 1944

At the moment I researching Lancaster LL779 shotdown by a German nightfighter(8./NJG2) in the night 20/21 July 1944 over Handel near Gemert,Holland. The nightfighter was hit by the stricken bomber and also crashed. Two crewmembers bale out safely and one crewmember ObFw Bernard Schultz were killed. What are the other names of the crew and who is able to gave me more info about the a/c(JU88) such as werkenr etc. All info is more than welcome about this matter. Thanks!!
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Old 25th January 2005, 16:54
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8/III/NJG 2 loss!

Ju 88G-1 Wnr. 710699 Vkz. 4R+PS. Bordfunker Bernhard Schulz killed. The two other crewmember bailed out unhurt!

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Old 25th January 2005, 17:11
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Thank you very,very much Junker

Thank you very, very much for your response. These info is of great help. Do you have also the names of the other crewmembers of the nightfighter?? Any idea what time this a/c came down??
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8./NJG2

4R+PR, 01.50hrs
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Old 25th January 2005, 20:46
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If you go to

http://medlem.spray.se/jabs/Nachtjagd.html

or go to the website of Tony Wood you can find the corresponding claim of the Ju 88:

21.7.44, 01.50 hrs., 10 km E. Gemert, 4-mot, at 4.500 mtrs., Uffz. Godt, 8./NJG 2.

Here is your pilot!
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