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Old 2nd June 2019, 15:53
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Norwegian aircraft crash website disappeared.

There was an excellent website devoted to Allied and German aircraft crashes in Norway during WW2. I think part of the website address included 'flyvrak'. It has disappeared for a time before but returned after a while. However this time I can find no trace, it seems to have been off air for months now.

Can anyone please say what has happened to it, or provide a new link if it is still in operation ?

It was a super resource, especially for 1940.

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Old 2nd June 2019, 16:59
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Re: Norwegian aircraft crash website disappeared.

Hello,

This one?

https://tihlde.org/~ktsorens/flyvrak/allied-2.html

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Old 2nd June 2019, 18:16
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Re: Norwegian aircraft crash website disappeared.

Hi Col,

Thanks for that reply. Yes, that is or was the site. When I click that link a 'This page cannot be displayed' comes up. Actually what it reads is 'This page canrsquo;t be displayed'. This misspelling and a 'Change settings' box to click makes me very suspicious to go further.

Can you get to that website using the link you supplied ?

Thanks again Col.

Martin.
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Re: Norwegian aircraft crash website disappeared.

Martin,

Works perfectly on Google Chrome.

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Old 2nd June 2019, 18:49
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Re: Norwegian aircraft crash website disappeared.

Col,

Works perfectly in Google Chrome ! Many thanks, I am delighted to have access to it again.

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Martin.
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