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Old 14th January 2020, 16:47
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Re: Ju 252 Reichenbach

Hallo Wolfgang,

kennst du die genaue Absturzstelle? Euren Stein habe ich gefunden. Sehr schön, aber sonst nicht mal nen Nagel ...

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Old 14th January 2020, 18:14
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Re: Ju 252 Reichenbach

I was given a copy of a radio intercept on this one which included a request for extra parachutes to be taken for the 10 men it was to pick up . Take off was at 1800hrs. landing at Guernsey from 2200 hrs. with St Nazaire to be prepared for a possible alternative landing from 2200hrs. , in both cases recognition was red-green.
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Hallo Wolfgang,

kennst du die genaue Absturzstelle? Euren Stein habe ich gefunden. Sehr schön, aber sonst nicht mal nen Nagel ...

Gruß Jörg
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I was given a copy of a radio intercept on this one which included a request for extra parachutes to be taken for the 10 men it was to pick up . Take off was at 1800hrs. landing at Guernsey from 2200 hrs. with St Nazaire to be prepared for a possible alternative landing from 2200hrs. , in both cases recognition was red-green.
That sounds like this one:
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Re: Ju 252 Reichenbach

Thank you, Brian!
Thank you, Nick!
@ Fozzy 65: Yes, the location of crash is known.

Herzliche Grüsse aus Oberschwaben,
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