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Author Topic: WWII Wreck/Crash Sites Norway  (Read 4889 times)
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« on: 19 October 2010, 21:32:46 »
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Amazing site about WWII Airplane wrecks and crash sites, very detailed map and thorough investigation.

Many planes identified, also track-backs/follow-ups the crews.

http://ktsorens.tihlde.org/flyvrak/

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« Reply #1 on: 19 October 2010, 21:35:42 »
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Norway & Finland locations

great find, very nice website build-up, clear and detailed  champ

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« Reply #2 on: 19 October 2010, 22:08:47 »
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Umm am I right in assuming that some of these wrecks are still in the crash locations?
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