Bonjour à tous,
Sur le site suivant on trouve une demande de Chris Wortley petit-neveu de G.H. STROMBERG :http://www.wartimememoriesproject.com/w ... pagenum=20
"Flt/Sgt. Gordon Stromberg . RAF 514 Squadron (d.9th June 1944)
My grandmother died not so long ago, and although I had always know about my great uncle who died during the war, it wasn't until clearing out the house that my mother and I came across his flight log book. My great uncle was Flt/Sgt Gordon Stromberg No1386539 a w/op. From his log book he was posted to Waterbeach on November 1943. His first flight was on a Lancaster C on the 25th of November 1943 with no 1678 otu and flew ops with 514 Squadron. His first op was on the 29th of December 1943 to Berlin in a Lancaster S which ditched in the North Sea. He flew various other ops, mostly in C, until he was shot down on 7th June 1944 and died as a POW on 9th June 1944. I am trying to get as much information as possible as we were always told he died with his aircraft until his log book indicated he died two days later as a POW. I would welcome any information that anyone may have or advice on how I might proceed further. It would be great to piece together this family mystery
G.H. Stromberg n'a visiblement pas eu de chance. Il a évacué l'Avro-Lancaster en même temps que ses camarades mais a fait un mauvais atterrissage et s'est grièvement blessé sur un poteau télégraphique voir :http://francecrashes39-45.net/page_fich ... 40fe3fbc89
Transféré sur Amiens, il a probablement été soigné à l'hospice Saint-Victor, boulevard de Beauvillé, qui servait aux Allemands d'hôpital militaire et y est décédé (?).