Hallo kann vielleicht jemand Herrn Stuart Gray helfen ?
bitte sieht folgende email unten !
Danke Admin Erwin
On 7th. July, 1940, a sunny, Sunday afternoon, a lone German plane dropped 4 HE bombs on Penhale Army Camp, Cornwall. My father survived but 22 men of the 58th. Light Anti-Aircraft Regiment or attached individuals (RAOC and Signals), were killed or died of wounds. (These men had just returned from Calais and Dunkirk after the regiment had been badly mauled in France, including losing both C.O. Kirsop, and 2 I.C. Watson killed at Dunkirk).
Has it ever been established which particular Luftwaffe plane and which particular Luftwaffe pilot were responsible for this tragedy?
Many thanks for your assisatance.
I have posted more information here: http://perranporthveteransmissing.posterous.com/
Stuart would like the plane crew and/or their relatives to know that they would be very welcome to attend the memorial service events on July 17th and 18th in Cornwall.
(no relation to Perranporth soldier Howard Panton)