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Sergeant Harold Victor Lamb

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Sergeant Harold Victor Lamb

Birth
Windsor, Stonnington City, Victoria, Australia
Death
17 Jan 1943 (aged 30)
At Sea
Memorial Site*
Ottawa, Ottawa Municipality, Ontario, Canada

* A structure erected in honor of someone whose remains lie elsewhere.

Plot
Panel 3. Column 1.
Memorial ID
18428089 View Source

The aircraft was Liberator 41-11708

Sergeant Lamb was a passenger of Flight 41-1708.

The night of Jan 18th the C-87 with a crew of six and 20 passengers
(7 USA, and 13 RAF personnel) crashed into the sea. Nothing was found in the following search.

On Feb 5th one of the passengers, Major Mills, washed ashore in a raft at Natal, Brazil. Major Mills had died two days prior. Six dog tags and a note book belonging to 1Lt. Byler were found with Major Mills' body. The names on the dog tags were never released.

The aircraft was Liberator 41-11708

Sergeant Lamb was a passenger of Flight 41-1708.

The night of Jan 18th the C-87 with a crew of six and 20 passengers
(7 USA, and 13 RAF personnel) crashed into the sea. Nothing was found in the following search.

On Feb 5th one of the passengers, Major Mills, washed ashore in a raft at Natal, Brazil. Major Mills had died two days prior. Six dog tags and a note book belonging to 1Lt. Byler were found with Major Mills' body. The names on the dog tags were never released.


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