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Old 29th October 2018, 02:09
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Re: Moelders vs Galland vs Wick

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Thanks, Robert

Any chance you might have a name of the pilot who made it home? It would be helpful to have that detail if you can provide it
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sorry no name given.

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Old 29th October 2018, 12:58
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Cheers, Robert

Very grateful in any case. Many thanks
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Hi,

many thanks for your info Robert,

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No problem. If you want me to check other days just pm me.

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Re: Moelders vs Galland vs Wick

Hello Nick

Wick:

20/05/40:two Leo-451
Leo 451 n37 "Origny-Ste-Benoite GB II/12
Leo 451 n102 "SE Chauny" GB I/12
Seven claimed by I./JG2

The V.156 (five)of AB1 were claimed by Molders(one,claimed as Wellesley),Von Moller (one,claimed as Wellesley) and I./JG21(three,claimed as MS.406)

05/06/40
The D.520 of GC I/3 was shot down by I./JG27 and III./JG53

claims of Wick:Four Bloch.MB.152
Fight against Curtis of GC II/5
French losses:Five Curtis severely damaged
Curtis n42 S/Lt Guy Le Stum after damage,belly landed 'Connantre",never repaired
Curtis n5 S/Lt Josef Burger after damage,crash-landed "Toul",never repaired
Curtis n ? damaged
Curtis n ? damaged
Curtis n ? damaged

06/06/40
Fight against Curtis (GC II/5) and Bloch (GC II/9)
French Losses
Curtis n127 Sgt Heme,severely damaged,never repaired
Curtis n 54 Sgt/Chef Janeba "Missy/Aisnes" belly landed
Curtis n197 S/Lt Ruchoux "Blesmes" crashed
Curtis n52 C/C Hanzlicek damaged,not reparable in unit
Bloch n612 Sgt Cucumel crashed

8/06/40
Fight against Morane (GC I/2),D.520 (GC II/3) and Bloch (GC II/6)
French losses:GC II/6
Bloch n664 Lt Vi "Crepy en Valois" crasched (35 km of Soisson)
Bloch n640 Lt Sassart "Trosly-Breuil" crashed (28 km of Soisson),also claimed by Hptm Ankum-Frank (Stab/JG27),21h.30 "bois de Compiegne"

D.520 n61 "Sgt Cukr
Morane n225
Morane n776
These were claimed by Stritzel,Jaenisch,Seeger

9/06/40
It's a Glenn of GB I/63 n140 shared with Fw.Keil I/JG2 (claimed as Douglas) and Ofw.Maden II/JG52 (claimed-20h.45-as Amiot)

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Re: Moelders vs Galland vs Wick

Corrective.

Wick
20/05/40:eight Leo 451 claimed,not seven

Galland

20/05/40
Leo 451 n95:GB I/31,not II/31.....not so sure shot down by Galland,but rather by I/JG2,the corresponding french time with the german time (18h.35/19h.00)
The claim of Galland;20h.50

29/05/40
Two Blenheims of 235Sqd C.Command
Blenheim of 21Sqd shot down by I/JG3 (claimed as Wellington)

09/06/40
Sgt.Elminger GC III/2,Curtis n235

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Many thanks, Michel


Good to be able to update from this info

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