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The Bullet for “To Whom it May Concern!”

The Bullet for “To Whom it May Concern!”

Mr. Senycz describes what it was like having bullets shot at the tank and never knowing what bullet was going to hit you - “Every 5th one you see,” explains Mr. Senycz

Getting Burned During Battle of Falaise

Getting Burned During Battle of Falaise

Mr. Senycz describes being wounded and how the entire crew was affected by enemy fire - “all got wounded but nobody killed!”

Routing the Germans at Falaise Gap

Routing the Germans at Falaise Gap

Mr. Walsh faints a detailed picture of the overwhelming force mustered by the Allied army leading up to the rout of the Germans at Falaise Gap.

Target Anything Motor Driven

Target Anything Motor Driven

Mr. Ireland describes air to ground attacks against the Germans, and the different ground to air defenses used by the Germans. He also discusses Priority 1 - regardless of the original mission, an opportunity to engage the enemy in the air was never passed up.

Don’t be too Sharp

Don’t be too Sharp

Mr. Ireland describes his basic training at St. John, New Brunswick, as well as the selection process for Air Crew at Victoriaville #3 Initial Training School.

Destruction on the Falaise Gap

Destruction on the Falaise Gap

Mr. Champoux continues to describe the destruction on the road of the Falaise Gap. Many German soldiers were taken prisoner at this time and Allied soldiers were betting “Invasion Money” on how many prisoners they could capture.

Falaise Gap

Falaise Gap

Mr. Champoux describes how the Germans were attempting to escape. He also describes the destruction on the road of the Falaise Gap.

Aircrafts Colliding

Aircrafts Colliding

Mr. McKerracher speaks about witnessing aircrafts colliding and the fear experienced during the Battle of Falaise.

It Wasn’t Us

It Wasn’t Us

Mr. Wickens defends the results of his bombing mission at Falaise gap based on photographic evidence.

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