Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945





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Gentlemen,

What a great site, and what a fine job you are doing to document the fates of the brave men from all sides of WWII.

Do you record the Werknummern of the Luftwaffe aircraft engines you recover? If so, can copies of the numbers be obtained?

Steve Sheflin


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i always thought this was a fantastic find. i would love to see more pictures of the finds.

Added: November 30, 2008
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Mike....I am not sure I understand your post. Did you mean that you had information about Halifax HR713 Gamble crew?

Thanks...Chris


Added: November 26, 2008
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information on Halifax HR713 Gamble crew.

Added: November 23, 2008
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Very neat site! I am particulary interested in the wrecks found (or waiting to be found) in lake IJsselmeer as I beleive my great uncles' plane (Halifax II HR 713 408 squadron RCAF lost on April 3/4 1943) may be there. According to one on-line source, it is 13 km W Harderwijk. Anyway, hard to beleive that it is possible wreck might one day be found. Keep up the great work!

Chris Jarrett


Added: November 15, 2008
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I visited the polders in 1970, and was shown the wreckage of Short Stirling BF 523/90 sqdn RAF. Since then I am researching the history of the aircraft and crew.
Keep up the good work
Het Best
TSgt Robert E West
USAF Retired


Added: October 13, 2008
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Op 28/9 hebben wij het Fort bezocht en de voordracht van dhr. Nauta meegemaakt. Het was een mooie presentatie waaruit de bevlogenheid van betrokkene voor dit werk bleek.
Het was zeer interressant. Tijdens onze rondgang door het museum kregen we een goede indruk van het geen er gedurende de oorlog in Noord Holland is gebeurd.
Hartelijke groet,
WMJ Stokkink


Added: September 29, 2008
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We met about a week ago on the Woensberg near Huizen,for the Morris Minor weekend.I would like very much to be involved in excavating WWII aircraft near us.So far no contact.Meeting you is a real step forward in my pursuit of dealing with our past in that particular way.
I wish you all the best in your present and future projects.Would like so much to take part. Yours :Horst from Hilden /Germany


Added: September 15, 2008
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Hi just looked at your site, my interest is Hawker Typhoons and Tempests.
I thought you had a Typhoon fuselage?
Will visit if you have.

Graham

Admin reply: Dear Graham,

Indeed we have a fuselage section of Typhoon RB396, XP-W of 174 squadron. Plane was damaged by flak and made an emergency landing. Pilot F/L C.W. House survived unharmed.
Hope to hear from you.
Bye,

Harm van der Laan
Secretary ARG 1940-1945


Added: September 4, 2008
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