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Crew of B-17F Flying Fortress bomber 'Memphis Belle' returning from their 25th mission, England, United Kingdom, 7 Jun 1943

Caption   Crew of B-17F Flying Fortress bomber 'Memphis Belle' returning from their 25th mission, England, United Kingdom, 7 Jun 1943 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 19 Feb 2009

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1. Mike Daniels says:
17 Apr 2011 12:48:50 AM

I have a picture of the entire crew standing in front of the original Belle. The picture was taken at Bassingbourn England May 1943 The signature looks like it is from the co-pilot Robert Morgan I purchased the picture at a small air show in Lorain Ohio about 10-12 years ago Great piece of history and I was wondering what it's value migt be The picture and signature are in perfect shape Thanks in advance Mike Daniels

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