During the night of 21/22 January 1944 Halifax LK912 (76 Squadron) crashed near the German village of Hordorf while on ops to Magdeburg. The whole crew of seven was killed in the crash and is buried in the Berlin 1939-1945 War Cemetery. Two members of this crew were Sergeants Victor Wilfred Piedot and Donald Ernest Pinkard. Their CWGC details are at the bottom of this post. A genealogy website suggests both men were born in Germany. I know there were more men from Germany who served with the Allied forces, but I don't know other examples of two Germans in the same bomber crew. Who has got more information on these men or do know how to get more information on these two Sergeants from Halifax LK912? PIEDOT, VICTOR WILFRED Rank:Flight Sergeant Trade:Nav. Service No:1559966 Date of Death:21/01/1944 Age:30 Regiment/Service:Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 76 Sqdn. Grave Reference9. A. 8. Cemetery: BERLIN 1939-1945 WAR CEMETERY Additional Information: Son of Arthur Samuel and Rosa Piedot; husband of Yvonne Piedot, of Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire. A.C.I.S. PINKARD, DONALD ERNEST Rank:Sergeant Trade:Air Gnr. Service No:1307767 Date of Death:21/01/1944 Age:22 Regiment/Service:Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve 76 Sqdn. Grave ReferenceColl. grave 9. A. 11-14. Cemetery: BERLIN 1939-1945 WAR CEMETERY Additional Information: Son of Ernest Albert Pinkard and Carrie Florence Pinkard.