Deadly Mission: Canadian Airmen over Nuremberg, March 30th by W. Rodney

By W. Rodney

Canadian airmen flying in WW II's largest evening conflict.

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They shall not be forgotten. Bibliography - Suggested Reading The Nuremberg Raid by Martin Middlebrook. London, 1980. Wings for Victory by Spencer Dunmore. Toronto, 1994. Behind Enemy Lines by M. Thomas. Belleville, 2001. Boys, Bombs and Brussels Sprouts by J. Douglas Harvey. Toronto, 1981. The Crucible of War 1939 - 1945 by B. J. Harris. Toronto, 1994. History of the German Night Fighter Force 1939-45 by G. Aders, London, 1979. T Bennett. London, 1983. Soldier at Bomber Command by Charles Carrington..

Age 23 Baker, PIO Nicholas, London, Ontario. O. Roy, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Age 29 Belyea, PIO Allan, Winnipeg, Manitoba. Age 21 Berry, PIO John, Roland, Manitoba. Age 21 Bissett, S/L Jack, St Vital, Manitoba. Age 23 Bradshaw, Sgt Allan, Rockcliffe, Ontario. Age 20 Brockway, PIO George, Mimico, Ontario. Age 21 Burke, PIO David, Hamilton, Ontario. Age 25 Carey, FIL Douglas, Brandon, Manitoba. Age 22 Carleton, FlO Reginald, Kingston, Ontario. Age 22 Clark, PIO Harold, Maxville, Ontario. Age 21 Clarkson, PIO Robert, Hamilton, Ontario.

Twenty Stirlings, 10 Albemarles, eight Wellingtons and six Fortresses would occupy themselves with agent and supply drops to Resistance groups, mining operations in Dutch and French waters, leaflet distribution, and monitoring and disrupting Luftwaffe radio traffic. The Main Force According to the plan the operation was due to begin at 21:15 (9:15 pm), with the first aircraft taking off from the most northerly stations in Yorkshire. Pathfinder, Mosquitoes and Lancasters, together with their main force counterparts followed, forming a stream of aircraft divided into five sections distributed between 17,000 and 23,000 feet.

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