Guestbook archive 2004-5

 

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NAME HOWARD BOSELEY
LOCATION NEW ZEALAND
DATE 2004
MESSAGE WE WILL REMEMBER THEM

 

 
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NAME COLONEL ROBERT A SHAWN
LOCATION USA
DATE 2004
MESSAGE
Sir. Being an Army Air Corps Veteran Pilot, having flown out of England, then France, I know what it means to loose a good friend. In fact my Brother was a B-24 pilot, shot down April 12, 1944. he was found by the Underground ans saved, by the Begians. As of today he is Belgium as a guest, visiting his crash site. Col. Bob Shawn.
 
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NAME CAWDRON
LOCATION ENGLAND
DATE 2004
MESSAGE Looking for history accidental bump into wrong area.
Intersesting though and humbling.
 
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NAME ALEX WILKINSON
LOCATION UK
DATE 2004
MESSAGE Excellent site and the Book's even better.
 
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NAME HAWKSLEY
LOCATION ENGLAND
DATE 2004
MESSAGE I only thank God that these women and men made the sacrifice they did, so that I may live in peace and freedom.
 
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NAME PATSY TYLER
LOCATION ENGLAND
DATE 2004
MESSAGE Thank you for a page to remember those who gve their all for our future. My Dad (who will be 78 in Oct) was in the 3d & 4th sq SAAF - Spitfires in Italy '44 '45. He has given me a love for those many who lived at a time I can only imagine. I am priviaged to have his ist hand memories and notes to always remind me of that ultimate sacrifice his friend made for us.
 
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NAME STEVIN OUDSHOORN
LOCATION AMSTERDAM
DATE 2004
MESSAGE

Impressed with your site and glad to to see and read this tribute to these men. It never ceases to amaze me what these men have been through and the sacrifices they made;It is so impotant that we remember.

And thank you for the help you have provided! I very much appreciate it.

Stevin

 
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NAME JIM LANG
LOCATION CANADA
DATE 2004
MESSAGE I am moved and grateful for the tribute given by your site to these men.My uncle and Godfather, Warrie Hale, also died flying a Hudson in 161 Sq. from Tempsford. Through your and similar sites I have learned a great deal about what he and his fellow airmen went through and the sacrifices they made for us. Thank you.
 
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NAME TORSIN
LOCATION BOIRS, BELGIUM
DATE 2004
MESSAGE WONDERFUL TRIBUTE TO THE MEN AND WOMEN OF THE "CLOAK AND DAGGER" squadrons. Who can provide info concerning N-AN who crashed in Luxemberg kiling 3 of the crew and 3 Belgian agents. Thanks
 
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NAME BRENDA ARMSTRONG
LOCATION SASKATOON, SASKATCHEW, CANADA
DATE 2005
MESSAGE I am so grateful to the aircrews for their sacrifices. My father Sgt George Harold Allen Bicknell (tailgunner)(Deceased) flew with 161 Squadron during World War II and I am only now beginning to get an understanding of what these men went thru. Many thanks to Bob Body for his dedication and time
 
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NAME DAVID BURNHAM
LOCATION RUGBY, ENGLAND
DATE 2005
MESSAGE Over the past years I have been lucky enough to be friend of a gentleman by the name of Bill Fryer. Bill was ground crew on the 161 Sq. Halifaxes at Tempsford, through him I have become more aware of the activities of 138 and 161 Squadrons. To Bill and everyone else THANK YOU all for your sacrifices.
 
     

 

 

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