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RAF aircraft's crash sites in Province of Limburg:
Gellick

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Last update: 31/01/22


Elegy to
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* To the 15 Squadron *
* To the crew of P6914-LS *
* To the monument erected in remembrance *
* Cemetery where rest the crew *

Crash site of Blenheim P6914-LS
12/05/1940

aircraft
cest raf squadron
Unit: 15 Squadron
Aircraft: Blenheim
Code: P6914-LS
Base: Alconbury
Mission: Maastricht
Crew officer: Sgt HALL, HUBERT RONALD
Incident: Cause of crash not established

Location: (Prov. Limburg)

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Facts

P6914 was one of seven 15 sqdn Blenheims lost on this operation. Airborne from Alconbury, briefed to destroy the strategic bridges over the Albert Kanaal at Maastricht. Crashed at Gellick (Limburg), 12 km SE of Genk, Belgium. Cause not established. All are buried in the Hotton War Cemetery.

Sources:
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