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RAF aircraft's crash sites in Province of Hainaut:

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* To the 405 Squadron *
* To the crew of ND347-JQ-W *
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* Cemetery where rest the crew *

Crash site of Lancaster ND347-JQ-W

cest raf squadron
Unit: 405 Squadron
Aircraft: Lancaster
Code: ND347-JQ-W
Base: Gransen Lodge
Mission: Haine-St-Pierre
Crew officer: P/O DARLOW A E
Incident: Shot down by German flak

Location: (Prov. Hainaut)



Haine St Pierre- to attack railway installations. 123 aircraft, 9 losses (7.3%). severe damage to half of the railway yards and engine sheds
Reason for Loss: Crashed at Bon Secours on the French-Belgian border, SE of Tournai, Belgium

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