Nuremberg Raid March 1944.

Discussion in 'The War In The Air' started by Little Friend, Mar 30, 2018.

  1. Little Friend

    Little Friend Senior Member

    Tonight going in to tomorrow will be the 74th anniversary ( If you can call it that ?) of the RAFs worst ever loss of Men and Machine's. I wonder if there are going to be any remembrance service's at any of the old airfields, or at the Bomber Command Memorial in London. I know a lady who's father was on this raid in a Lancaster. He was a Navigator, somewhere over France they were attacked while on their way home, the crew were ordered to bale-out and he landed in a garden and hid in a shed. He was there for a couple of weeks living off carrots he pulled from the garden, and anything the owners could spare. Eventually he was reported by some Quisling and carted off to a P.O.W. Camp. But at least he survived.
    RIP to all those who lost their lives that night 74 years ago from later tonight and onwards...

    Nuremberg, March 30, 1944
     
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2018
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  2. HA96

    HA96 Member

    Hi, what is a Quisling?
     
  3. CL1

    CL1 116th LAA and 92nd (Loyals) LAA,Royal Artillery Patron

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  4. HA96

    HA96 Member

    Thanks CL1,

    Little Friend,
    do you know exactly where the Lancaster was brought down?
    Stefan.
     

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