Hello all, thanks for accepting. I write in English because my German writing is not as good. I can read and understand it well. I don't know if I am placing this thread in the correct subforum. If not, my apologies and please be so kind as to move it to the correct one. I am a journalist with a Dutch newspaper, and I am working on an article about the bombing of the Frisian town of Hollum, on the isle of Ameland. Ameland is a well-known Dutch holiday island; many tourists visit each year. Just after midnight on september 21, 1940, a bomb fell on a house in Hollum. It killed a 4-year old child and severely wounded her mother and 6-year old sister. There are almost no official documents about the airplane that dropped the bombs. The day after the bombing, somebody pulled a bombshell from under the rubble which had 'Karlsruhe' written on it. Sadly, the shall has not been preserved. It is unclear whether 'Karlsruhe' was engraved, written in chalk, or in some other way. I am looking for an answer to the question: was it a German airplane that dropped the bomb? Or was it an English airplane? Any help is much appreciated.