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Name:
Horse7sag (inbox043@glmux.com)
Date:Mon 23 Oct 2017 20:19:01 BST
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Judy Hitchcock (judy.hitchcock@btopenworld.com)
Date:Sun 15 Oct 2017 12:49:22 BST
Subject:Pilot Officer David Hauber 189795 RAFVR
 I am researching into my husband's family history history and have come across P/O David Hauber who served in 578 Squadron during WW2 later transferring to 51 Squadron. He was killed in a mid air collision on 13/14th January 1945 following a raid on Saarbrucken railway yards. If anyone has any information about David Hauber I would be very pleased to hear from them.
 
 
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Evelyn Pugh Carolan (carolanevelyn@gmail.com)
Date:Thu 05 Oct 2017 20:00:45 BST
Subject:Bottriop raid 21 July 1944
 Many thanks to Simon Capon and Ken Marshall who contacted me on FB about my request for information on my uncle Flight Sergeant Ambrose Christophet Pugh 1396289. who died in a mid air collision on their return to Yorkshire Many thanks once again.
 
 
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Name:
Christopher Blanchett (cblanchett2911@gmail.com)
Date:Wed 04 Oct 2017 23:51:06 BST
Subject:Website
 What a brilliant website and wonderful tribute to the men and women of 578 squadron. My visit to Burn forty two years ago was the inspiration for writing my history of No.4 group, From Hull, Hell and Halifax mentioned on this website. Best wishes to all who keep the memories alive from those gallent years. Chris Blanchett.
 
 
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Name:
Jeff Smith (Jeff@s3e.co.uk)
Date:Mon 19 Jan 2015 15:51:30 GMT
Subject:Stood in the Wheatsheaf as I type.
 I'm currently stood in the pool room of the Wheatsheaf public house with my Brother Shenton and my son researching our grandfather and his time at Burn with 578. In the book they have here there's an article, written by our grandfather giving a brief insight into his adventures (?) as a WOP for 578. My grandfather was awarded the DFM, he would have received a commission to PO and the DFC if it wasn't for a mix up with his parachute webbing. His crew were Museum P8377. His skipper was Flt Lt K. T. Davies, the aircraft was X-XRay of C flight, 578 Sqn. Off to walk the airfield.
 
 


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