Contacts and Links


Always Prepared


The Avro Lancaster

Lancaster Intercom on Op's


PO. Arthur Marcus Fitzgerald

Sgt. Cyril Herbert Pratt

Sgt. Sydney James Mitchell

Sgt. William Walter George Addison

Sgt. Henry Albert Toomey

Sgt. Stephen Preston

Sgt. John Goodwin

ED627 Crash Site

Lancaster Remains

Hauptmann Ludwig Meister

Crew members photo


Durnbach War Cemetery

Durnbach Cemetery Video's



Bombed from above

The Bomb


Other information

Lancaster LM334

Lancaster LL902

Lancaster DV187

Lancaster ED583

Lancaster LM751

Members of other Crews

Contacts and Links

Guest Book




Contact Shaun....  Cousin of  PO. Arthur Fitzgerald

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Other interesting web sites

No 207 Squadron RAF Association - No 207 Squadron members and associate's information site

An Ordinary Crew - Max Williams web site about the crew of Lancaster ME 453, PO-L of 467 Squadron RAF. Interesting web site into the research of this aircraft on similar lines to this site about ED627.

Bomber Command 1939-1945 - A useful site about Bomber Command during World War II

Bob Baxter's Bomber Command - Another useful site about Bomber Command

Lancaster JA691 - The story of Lancaster JA691, shot down after the attack on Peenemunde

Larry's Bomber Command - Very good site with lots of information about Bomber Command

Xplanes - Interesting site about aircraft in all shapes and sizes. Has a very good people search

Lancaster KB882 - This is Troy Kirkby's site dedicated to documentation, preservation and restoration of Lancaster KB882.

467-463 Lancaster Squadrons WWII - Peter Johnson's excellent site on the Australian 467, 463 Squadrons and Bomber Command.

West End Local History Society - Local history site with the memorial to Sgt. Addison.

MacRobert's Reply - History of the Short Stirling bomber aircraft named "MacRobert's Reply" and its crew.

Hugh Clark - This is Martin Clark's web pages about his grandfather Hugh's wartime records. It includes Hugh's service record details, logbooks and many photo's as well as other information of his time flying Spitfire's and other aircraft.

Air War Europe 

St. Andrews Church, Langar - Memorial book to the member's of 207 Squadron that perished while the squadron was based at Langar is located here.