Autore Topic: Looking for crash site of Baltimore "U" FW799 16/4/45 possible Lusiana area.  (Letto 3174 volte)

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Offline frogvenice

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Great Micky ..as usual  :ok:

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Thanks to Mr. Antonio Cantele, of Lusiana's Museum, we have more informations about THE CRASHES in Lusiana area: The first was an Austrian biplane, crashed in january 1918. The two airmen, Hans Ralli and Sobrcius, was buried in Lusiana cemetery and exhumed just after the war. The second plane, that look to be OUR Baltimore, went down in april 1945 not far from the village, in a steep and wooded slope, and disintegrated completely on impact. As in many other cases, many parts was recovered by the local. A THIRD PLANE, the rumors say Italian, went down some km southwest, the pilot bail out unhurted...

There is some friend with a metal detector around asiago?  :good:

Offline Fabio

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Grazie alla collaborazione di Franca e Gianni, carissimi amici, autori delle foto dal Cimitero di Guerra del Commonwealth a Padova, ecco le lapidi dell'equipaggio del Baltimore
"U" FW799.
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Offline Mogsby64

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 :yahoo: A big thank you to your team for all the information you have found out, it is very much appreciated. Also Fabio. many thanks for the photo's, please pass on my thanks to Franca e Gianni :). Lovely photo's.
Mickey38, I have written to Antonio to say thanks and also ask him if he can find anything else relating to the crash and aircrew.
Sorry for the late reply.
Cheers
Mick

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You're welcome Mick  :good: