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22 Jun 1936

  • Three Latvian Seal aircraft under the command of Colonel Janis Indans took off from Liepaja, Latvia for Britain. ww2dbase [Seal | Liepaja | CPC]
15 Dec 1941

16 Dec 1941

17 Dec 1941

21 Jul 1944

28 Nov 1944

  • T10 was damaged by a Soviet air raid on Liepト)a, Latvia (Libau). ww2dbase [T10 | Liepト)a | CPC]
16 Jan 1945

  • ShCh-307 sank German merchant ship Henrietta Schulze southwest of Liepaja, Latvia. ww2dbase [ShCh-307 | Liepaja | CPC]
8 Oct 1945

  • TS-8, TS-10, and TS-12 were deemed not yet ready for commissioning at Liepaja, Latvia. TS-8 was still suffering from flooding due to war time bomb damage, and TS-10 was still without a rudder. ww2dbase [U-3538 | U-3540 | U-3542 | Liepaja | CPC]

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Contributors: Alan Chanter, C. Peter Chen, Thomas Houlihan, Hugh Martyr, David Stubblebine
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