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Old 19th October 2008, 11:08
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Loss of Alfred Zwieselsberger against England 5th March 1944

Hi,

Could anyone provide details over the loss of Uffz. Alfred Zwieselsberger who was a Bordschütze in an Kampfgeschwader and killed in an air battle against England on the 5th March 1944.

Please see scan below of sterbebild.

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Old 19th October 2008, 11:20
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Re: Loss of Alfred Zwieselsberger against England 5th March 1944

3.KG100 H Chateaudun 4 km N. FJ HE177A-3 332214 5J+AL 100 %

He was gunner, seems just a training flight surprised by Fighters..

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Old 19th October 2008, 13:37
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Re: Loss of Alfred Zwieselsberger against England 5th March 1944

He 177 332214 was shot down by Mosquito piloted by famous W/C Braham. See Osprey Mosquito aces of WW2 for Braham account.
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Re: Loss of Alfred Zwieselsberger against England 5th March 1944

Thanks for the information.

HAve you information on the rest of the crew?

Rick
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Old 19th October 2008, 13:55
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Re: Loss of Alfred Zwieselsberger against England 5th March 1944

Hi,

Lt. Wilhelm Werner (FF), Uffz. Kolemann Schögl (BF), Uffz. Gustav Birkenmaier (BM), Uffz. Alfred Zwieselsberger (BS), Uffz. Josef Kerres (BS), all KIA.

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Old 24th October 2008, 11:29
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Re: Loss of Alfred Zwieselsberger against England 5th March 1944

Hello to all

Source Heinkel He177, 277, 274 from Griehl & Dressel Airlife, 1998 has this as 5J+RL.
wich is OK ?

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Re: Loss of Alfred Zwieselsberger against England 5th March 1944

I was in touch with Werner's widow a few years ago.
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