Air Crash in France?

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Air Crash in France?

Post by PF » 27 May 2015 17:08


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Re: Air Crash in France?

Post by Orwell1984 » 27 May 2015 20:42

The aircraft is a Gotha Go 145 and the evidence leans towards this being a flying accident

Entire picture is posted here:

http://thomas-sz.com/sammlung_fotos/2_w ... _1940.html

Note the back of the image which has the following inscription on it:
16.6.40
Orléans.
Im Haus notgelandeter
deutscher Flieger. (Führer
nur leicht verletzt!!).

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Re: Air Crash in France?

Post by PF » 28 May 2015 13:07

Thanks!
What does inscription translate to {Cant read German}

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Re: Air Crash in France?

Post by Prosper Vandenbroucke » 29 May 2015 19:37

That only means,
"A german aircraft made an emergency landing in an house".
The legend of the pic said also that the landing toke place in the city of Orleans.
Sorry for my poor english kwowledge
Kindly regards from Belgium
Prosper :wink:

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Re: Air Crash in France?

Post by StefanSiverud » 29 May 2015 21:40

You missed the best bit!
"(Pilot only lightly wounded!!)"

Lucky guy!

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Re: Air Crash in France?

Post by Prosper Vandenbroucke » 29 May 2015 22:14

StefanSiverud wrote:You missed the best bit!
"(Pilot only lightly wounded!!)"

Lucky guy!
Sorry,
You'r right. I didn't saw that sentence.
Kindly regards
Prosper :wink:

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