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Old 30th January 2008, 11:13
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345/346/347 Sqdn. French Air Force

I search for more informations about four members from that units:

Ltn. Paul Allegré 346/347 Sqdn.
F.P.25335 Allegré T027 FAF RG
KIA 3. Sept. 1944 Straelen-Bockholt

Sgt. Harri Jean Witzmann 346/347 Sqdn.
F.P. 26054
KIA 3. Sept. 1944 Straelen-Bockholt

Sgt. René Souillard 346/347 Sqdn.
F.P. 25681
KIA 3. Sept. 1944 Straelen-Bockholt

Capitane Alain Kerouiro 345 Sqn.
KIA 8. Febr. 1945 Straelen-Vorst

Is F.P. 25335 an serial No. or another kind of indetification? Where rest this men today?
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Old 2nd February 2008, 23:19
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Re: 345/346/347 Sqdn. French Air Force

[quote=hanshauprich;58884]I search for more informations about four members from that units:


Capitane Alain Kerouiro 345 Sqn.
KIA 8. Febr. 1945 Straelen-Vorst

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Spitfire IX PL-202 08-02-1945 345 sq
On an operational sweep hit by Flak somewhere between the Meuse and Rhine. 002022 Captain Alain Kerourio was killed. His body was buried at the scene of the crash ans subsequently removed to Straelen Cemetery (Germany) The French Search Mission Germany advised that the remains were repatriated in France, location not given. (letter 24 may 2002 AHB RAF)
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Old 3rd February 2008, 18:20
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Re: 345/346/347 Sqdn. French Air Force

Hans,

Allegré, Souillard and Witzmann were on board of Halifax NA616 of 347 Squadron, lost on 3 Sept 44 on a mission to Venlo.

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Old 4th February 2008, 11:30
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Re: 345/346/347 Sqdn. French Air Force

Hello Leendert,

thank you for the help and needfule infos!!!

Bests,
Hans
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Old 12th February 2014, 00:55
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Re: 345/346/347 Sqdn. French Air Force

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I search for more informations about four members from that units:

Ltn. Paul Allegré 346/347 Sqdn.
F.P.25335 Allegré T027 FAF RG
KIA 3. Sept. 1944 Straelen-Bockholt

Sgt. Harri Jean Witzmann 346/347 Sqdn.
F.P. 26054
KIA 3. Sept. 1944 Straelen-Bockholt

Sgt. René Souillard 346/347 Sqdn.
F.P. 25681
KIA 3. Sept. 1944 Straelen-Bockholt

Capitane Alain Kerouiro 345 Sqn.
KIA 8. Febr. 1945 Straelen-Vorst

Is F.P. 25335 an serial No. or another kind of indetification? Where rest this men today?
Why are looking for this man?

Sgt. René Souillard 346/347 Sqdn.
F.P. 25681
KIA 3. Sept. 1944 Straelen-Bockholt
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Old 12th February 2014, 12:08
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Hi ,

Those who were killed in the crash of NA616 seems to be buried at Wankum cemetery in Germany . Wankum is situated near the Dutch border.

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Old 12th February 2014, 13:35
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Re: 345/346/347 Sqdn. French Air Force

http://halifax346et347.canalblog.com.../12830558.html
search for "3 septembre 1944"
http://halifax346et347.canalblog.com.../25408125.html
search for "Equipage du Cpt MILLET"
P.S. Allègre seems more usual than Allegré.
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Re: 345/346/347 Sqdn. French Air Force

Thanks.

I had that info.

I would like to know why someone was looking for Souillard.
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