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Links and Acknowledgements

http://www.air-britain.com/ ........................................................................................... With thanks.

http://www.stirling.box.nl/home.htm ....................................... The RAF Short Stirling Bomber pages.

http://freespace.virgin.net/lakenheath.2000/raf.htm ....................... Lakenheath RAF Memorial Pages.

http://www.cwgc.org/ ........................................................ Commonwealth War Graves Commision.

http://www.aircrew-saltire.org/branchnews.htm .. ............................... Scottish Aircrew Association.

http://freespace.virgin.net/paul.hunt3/units/149Sq.html ...................... A 149 (East India) Sqn History.

http://www.hellzapoppin.demon.co.uk/stirlingchron.htm ..............The Stirling Aircraft's flying qualities.

http://www.bomber-command.de/ ........... Karsten's German/English site with WW II Bomber details.

http://www.bomber-command.info/ .......................Bob Baxter's famous "Bomber Command" pages.

http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/default.htm ................................ The UK National Archives site.

http://www.stirlingproject.co.uk/ ........................................ The project to rebuild a Stirling Bomber.

My Thanks to:

Andrew's immediate family, who have shared their recollections and information, freely. Especially Andrew, the eldest son of George (Andrew's elder brother), who passed on the log books and effects.

Andrew Browne, without whose encouragment, advice and support this site would not have happened. Thanks, Pal!

Richard Braun, an historian of Ludwigshafen-Mundenheim, for all his work on the aftermath of the crash, eye-witness accounts and the maps.

My Brother, John Fraser, For his restoration work; he is an Ace with Photoshop!

Errol Martyn, Author of "For Your Tomorrow - A record of New Zealanders who have died while serving with the RNZAF and Allied Air Services since 1915" Vols 1 and 2. ( Vol 3 in production). For information regarding the New Zealand members of the crew.

David Giacomelli, son of "Fritz" Giacomelli, for his great work on his Father's crew and their eventful life on 149 Sqn.

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