Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945





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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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Welcome to the guestbook of our Foundation Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945.

We're looking forward to your responses/input. Therefore we hope you'll sign our questbook and share your thoughts with us!

Best regards,

All volunteers of Aircraft Recovery Group 1940-1945

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Added: September 3, 2008
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