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  • Cosantor
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    Originally posted by RoyalGreenJacket View Post
    £141.44 - is he having a Toffee Crisp?!
    That is a bit steap, the copy I have is the paper back and cost £14.

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  • GoneToTheCanner
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    Not a bit.Same guy;he just doesn't post here anymore.I know that he has met many of the former Luftwaffe and Allied aircrew who ended up in Ireland.from what I know of his work, he is the standard-setter on the topic.
    regards
    GttC

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  • panzermeyer
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    Many thanks gentlemen for all the pointers . I have Donal Mc Carrons books which are ok but I am looking for more detail . I did get Paddy Cummins's book on the crashes in the "South East" which was very well researched and had some wonderful photos .
    I was hoping that there were members on this forum that may have material or photos that have not been seen before , again many thanks to all who have took a interest in my post .

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  • hptmurphy
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    Paddy Cummins in Waterford has all covered in 'South East Aircrashes in the Emergency' and Donal Mac Carrons book. land fall Ireland, between both of these books, and Guests of the Nation by T Ryle Dwyer, throw in Donal MacCarrons Step Together, its all in there.

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  • hedgehog
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    3 great and very freindly and accesible sources

    1- the Library in the DFTC- loads of books- magazines and articles - and if someonne has ever done a DF project on this, then they should have a copy.

    2-the Military Archives

    3- the German Embassy

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  • RoyalGreenJacket
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    £141.44 - is he having a Toffee Crisp?!

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  • GoneToTheCanner
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    Oh no.You've upset Tony now..........
    regards
    GttC

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  • Cosantor
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    Try this book, I have a copy and its a nice read, the author has written many books on irish military history:



    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Landfall-Ire.../dp/1904242030

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  • GoneToTheCanner
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    Hi there,
    The go-to man on this subject is Tony Kearns, over on Worldairpics forum. He has the real gen on the subject.
    regards
    GttC

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  • panzermeyer
    Guest started a topic Luftwaffe Crashes in Ireland 1940-1945.

    Luftwaffe Crashes in Ireland 1940-1945.

    At present I am researching the crashes of Luftwaffe planes in Ireland during World War Two .I am especially interested in any photos of the surviving airmen and if possible any photos of the crashed planes .I would be very grateful if anybody could help me in any way , thanks.
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