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Old 12th February 2020, 14:04
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Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

Hello/Bonjour,

I am looking for any information regarding a seaplane (an Arado Ar 196A-3 (?) belonging propably to 2./SAGr.128) presumably abandoned at Châlons-sur-Saône, France, during a transfer of the unit from south France to Friedrichshafen. The two pictures (movie capture) show this latter during the Liberation of the city which occured September 5, 1944.

(Link to the complete movie: https://france3-regions.francetvinfo...te-544212.html )

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Re: Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

20 8 44 2.SAGr,128 Chalons 10 km N, Notlandung Motorschaden auf der Saône AR196
Besatzung i, Fr,Hafen angekommen Biscarosse-Fr,Hafen N i, Terroristengebiet

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Old 12th February 2020, 17:10
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Re: Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

Sorry Chalon/Saône not Chalons/Marne !
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Re: Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

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20 8 44 2.SAGr,128 Chalons 10 km N, Notlandung Motorschaden auf der Saône AR196
Besatzung i, Fr,Hafen angekommen Biscarosse-Fr,Hafen N i, Terroristengebiet

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Seenotstaffel 1 was ordered to move from Biscarosse to Friedrichshafen on 19 August too. What is your source for this incident with the Ar 196, please?
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Re: Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

KTB OKM quote PG 74944, they listed for the whole month of august lot of/some losses, concerned also are italian booty seaplanes

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Re: Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

Terroristengebiet = terrorists area. This is the first time I've seen this word used.
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Re: Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

Hello/Bonjour Rémi,

Great! Thank you for these details and the source of these latter.

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Usual at that time, nd even more today,

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"Usual at that time, nd even more today",

Sorry, i mean for the use of "Terroristen", used also was "Bandengebiet"

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Re: Arado Ar 196 (2./SAGr.128) September 1944 - France

Maybe of help:
http://www.luftwaffe-zur-see.de/Seel...n/Jahr1944.htm

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