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Crash site of Unknown aircraft
11/09/1942

cest raf squadron
Unit: 25 Squadron
Aircraft: ?
Code: ?
Base: ?
Mission: ?
Crew officer: Fl/Sgt BERTRAM, RICHARD EDGAR
Incident: Unknown reason fo loss

Location: Unknown

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Facts

According Aircrews Remembered, the aircraft is presumed lossed at sea. So, if the body of Fl/Sgt Bertram was washed up after having been at sea for sometime, we hace to consider that the date of 11/09/1942 is the date of his bury and not the one of the crash. And we cannot confirm he was alone or with other aircrews when he lost his life.

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Sources:

The International Bomber Command Centre (IBCC)
Commonwealth War Graves Commission (CWGC)
Aircrew Remembered
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