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Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer - USA

B-24H-15-FO "Little Lulu"
Serial: J (42-52479)
Unit: 776th BS, 464th BG, 15th AF, USAAF

South Italy. The aircraft piloted by 2nd Lt John H. James was shot down by Bf.109G fighter aircraft on its return from bombing the Pardubice town on August 24th, 1944, and it crashed at the Vlcice village, close to Jindrichuv Hradec. The only man from the crew of ten has survived.


Artist: © Martin Novotny
Source: "Luftwaffe in Detail - Air War over the Czach Lands" Wings & Wheels Publications (WWP) - History Line No.1
Consolidated B-24 Liberator/PB4Y Privateer - USA | B-24H-15-FO

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