I do hope I'm not breaking any rules but have just read this posting on the Battle of Britain Historical Society forum and thought it may be of interest.
Not Battle of Britain but important to us all.
Fri May 4, 2007 5:12PM
From an article in FlyPast (June 07, page 20 )....It is reported from Germany that there may be plans to raise the wreckage of HP Halifax II, BB214 of 103 Squadron from a lake. There is also a P47 in the same lake. From BCL 1942, page 198. Three of 214's crew became POW's while of the others two are buried in Rheinberg War Cemetery and two , Sgt, J. W. Platt and F/S. J.J. Carey RCAF are Commemorated on the Runnymede Memorial. It is very possible they will find Sgt Platt and F/S Carey.