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Old 14th August 2019, 11:37
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Re: BF 109 G-6 Wr 162768

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What do you think about 162765 lost on 28/9/1944 at ... St. André de l'Eure?
10./JG3.
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I think 28 September would be about five weeks after the area was liberated! Are you sure about that date?
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Re: BF 109 G-6 Wr 162768

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I think 28 September would about five weeks after the area was liberated! Are you sure about that date?
W.Nr. 162 765, equipped with DB 605A-1/0020115 was found abandoned and stripped in Aug-.44 at Saint-André de l'Eure and noted as such in AI2(G) serial 257 report dated 28 September 1944.

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Re: BF 109 G-6 Wr 162768

Jean Luc une idée:

could you provide some data concerning the location of the crash site?

maybe this would provide interesting information.

Bonne journée / cheers to all.

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Re: BF 109 G-6 Wr 162768

Hello,

the Bf 109 G-6 162 762 (RU+OX, 1./JG 53 yellow 3, Uffz Karl Pauly KIA) was lost on 11 June 1944 at Giurgiu southwest of Bucharest.

On 29 March 1944 a ferry flight of the 162 764 (RU+OZ) to Italy ended at Samedan near St. Moritz. Ofhr Hirtes of 2.(Süd)/Fl.Ü.G. 1 had come off course and the fuel was getting low.

The 162 767 (Stab I./JG 77 black < -) was lost on 26 April 1944 after a mid-air collision near Caselle/Turin. The pilot Ofhr Siegfried Kraus parachuted and was injured.

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Chronicles JG 53 Vol. 3 and JG 77 Vol. 4 (Prien), Die Messerschmitt-Werke im Zweiten Weltkrieg (Schmoll)

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