CWGC shows that 1509811 Warrent Officer Frederick Thomas Price of 625 Squadron RAF died age 23 on 30 April 1945 and is buried in the Berlin War Cemetary. RAF Commands 1939 - 1945 shows that 1509811 Price F T was in Camp 357 at Kopernikus. The story handed down about this family member is that he was shot down and captured and was in Stalag Luft 3 and that just before the end of the war the POWs were being led away by the Germans from the advancing allies on what became known as the ‘Long March’. American aircraft mistook them all for Germans and Frederick was wounded. The casualties were taken to the Russian sector and they would not release them to the British. Frederick had his leg amputated there and the next day he died. This story may be incorrect about the POW camp but it appears that he was part of a march away from advancing allies, he was injured as a result of friendly fire and that he did die in a Russian military hospital/medical unit. Can anyone give me any information as to how I can research this further?