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Last War Crash
Chûte d'un avion

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Last War Crash - Chûte d'un avion

Tombes de l'Equipage
Cimetière de
Brillac (2004)
Graves of the Crew
Cemetery of
Brillac

Juillet 23, 1944 un avion de des Forces Aériennes Canadiennes s'écrase près de Brillac; l'équipage meurt et est enterré au cimetière de Brillac;

July 23, 1944 an airplane of the Royal Canadian Air Force crash near Brillac; The crew dead and is buried in the cemetery of Brillac;

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FLYING OFFICER
E.C. OKE
PILOT
ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
23RD JULY 1944 AGE 22

R.154170 FLIGHT SERGENT
L.A. HIGGINS
AIR BOMBER
ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
23RD JULY 1944 AGE 27

R.178884 FLIGHT SERGEANT
T.M.GALVON
NAVIGATOR
ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
23RD JULY 1944 AGE 21

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FLYING OFFICER
A.S.MIDDLETON
WIRELESS OPERATOR/AIR GUNNER
ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
23RD JULY 1944 AGE 25

R.197348 FLIGHT SERGENT
R.G. CARROTHERS
AIR GUNNER
ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
23RD JULY 1944

1818642 SERGEANT
R.A. WILKINS
FLIGHT ENGINEER
ROYAL CANADIAN AIR FORCE
23RD JULY 1944


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