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Old 22nd June 2022, 18:18
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Jacques Lamblin GCII/7

Another French ace that appears and disappears in the sources.

His only campaign was in 1939-40.

According to Les pilotes francais 39-45 he has four confirmed victories. "Les as de la guerre 1939-45" (Porret/Thevenet) he has five confirmed and four probables.

The website Cieldegloire credits him with more... and yes, I agree it has been proved inaccurate in the past but it is still more accurate than many others, and it's information provides a sound base for further research.

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