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#Name* (↑)First NamesTitleRankRAF Equivalent RankService No.BornNationalityRoleAwardsAir Force (↑)Command (↑)Unit (↑)DateofIncident *See Note (↑)Aircraft (↑)TypeSerialCodeVictories (Fighters)BaseTimeMission                        Incident                        FateCommemoratedPhoto (Click to Expand)Referring Database                        Notes                        Links/Archive Reports
1 BrodrickL C JFlight Lieutenant122363PilotBomber Command106 Sqd
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FrancePoWSortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.
2 BurnsJ AFlight LieutenantJ14197RCAFBomber Command106 Sqd
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FrancePoW Paradie Archive DatabaseSortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.
3 BuxtonHSergeant1177603Bomber Command106 Sqd
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FranceKilledSauvillers-Mongival

Sortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.
4 HancockG WSergeant576889Bomber Command106 Sqd
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FranceKilledSauvillers-Mongival

Sortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.
5 JonesHFlight Sergeant1320799Bomber Command106 Sqd
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FrancePoW Sortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.
6 LatimerJerrySquadron Leader39286Second pilotDFC

Czech Military Cross

RAFBomber Command106 Sqd

310 Sqd Czech

1455 Flight
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FranceKilledSauvillers-Mongival


This is Battle of Britain pilot Jerrard Jefferies, who changed his name by deed poll to Latimer for reasons unknown. See Battle of Britain Database

Sortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.
7 McLeanW TSergeant1551176Bomber Command106 Sqd
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FranceKilledSauvillers-Mongival

Sortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.
8 MuttrieGLieutenant (A)RNVRBomber Command106 Sqd
1943-04-14LancasterIIIED752ZN-HSyerston2200StuttgartCrashed SW of Moreuil FranceKilledSauvillers-Mongival

Sortie to Stuttgart. ZN-H was hit over the target which resulted in it losing considerable altitude. Flying at about 100 feet over Amiens the bomber was raked with ground machine gun fire and was set on fire. With no height for a bale out, Brodrick crash landed at Sauvillers-Mongival, SE of Amiens in France, at 0330 hours. Lt(A) G Muttrie RNVR was aboard as one of the observers from the Fleet Air Arm seconded to bomber command squadrons for their knowledge of ship recognition, they flew as Bomb Aimers not navigators. Muttrie, attached from HMS Daedalus, had flown with Guy Gibson on the sortie that took the broadcaster Richard Dimbleby over Berlin on 16th/17th January 1943. F/Lt. LCJ Brodrick was the 52nd escapee in the 'Great Escape' from Sagan, he was recaptured and survived the war.

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