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Old 22nd February 2016, 14:53
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Dear Members,

I'm interested the history of my hometown (Esztergom, Hungary) and I just would like to identify some pilots, who were crashed next to my hometown.

1.) On 19. March 1944 some (at least 3) German ME-109s of JG27 were crashed near to Pilisszentlélek and Pilisszentkereszt (Between Esztergom and Budapest). All pilots died.

The possible pilots were: Werner Dittmann, Werner Tschertner and Wilhelm Brose

According to one resource (the former priest of Pilisszentkereszt), on that day (19. March 1944) seven dead bodies were taken to the mortuary of Pilisszentkereszt. It means, that there should be some other plane(s), which was/were crashed on the same day?

From the crash sites we know 2 serial numbers: 161 018 and 161 471.

Could somebody help to identify the planes/or pilots?

2.) On 2 July 1944 a twin-engined (?) German plane was crashed next to Kesztölc (near to Esztergom). The pilot died, and I found his name in the civil registration of Kesztölc. His name is Karl Wetter.

Could somebody help to identify his unit / type of his plane?

Thank you for your help, and have a nice day!

Tamas Miklos
Esztergom
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Old 13th February 2017, 19:39
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Re: Please help to identify some pilots

2 7 44 5 ZG1 Budapest raum LFK BF110G-2 6300 2N+UN 100

Mayer heinz uffz bf t
Schumann horst fhr f t

19 3 44 10 IV JG27 F Pilisszentkereszt Budapest raum LFK BF109G-6 161018 100 x Brose wilhelm uf f
19 3 44 10 IV JG27 F Pilisszentkereszt Budapest raum X BF109G-6 161471 100 x Dittmann werner uf f
19 3 44 10 IV JG27 F Pilisszentkereszt Budapest raum X BF109G-6 161471 100 x Flor hans ltn f
19 3 44 10 IV JG27 F Pilisszentkereszt Budapest raum X BF109G-6 161018 100 x Potrafke günther oblt f
19 3 44 10 IV JG27 F Komaron/Budapest raum X BF109G-6 161471 100 x Tscherner werner uf f
19 3 44 10 IV JG27 Budapest FP X BF109G-6 161018 100
19 3 44 8 JG27 Budapest raum/Marburg südl, LFK BF109G-6 100 x Schaff august uf 68416/359-f-120423-Speichersdorf Kemnath Opf,

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Old 13th February 2017, 19:48
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Better like that

3 7 44 3 JG302 X LFK BF109G-6 160348 Ge4 x Vetter karl fw


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