Well, I can find no losses for Do 17s on that date. I checked the Ju-88 losses and have 5 for the Eastern Front, and one is a recon unit, 4.(F)122. However, none are listed as MIA. Do you know if he was a pilot or a crewman? Most Do 17s and Ju-88s had four crewmen, not just two as you indicate. I do not have his name in the records I have. Could you scan the photo of the plane? That would helps as my records are by a/c type. I am at
Did you post a query on the Twelve O'Clock High Board? There are a lot more people there with perhaps more loss data than I have.
Trying to find out what happened to my uncle Rudolph Morgenstern. He was shot down on a reconnaisance mission over Ladogasees (?). I have a copy of the letter telling of his missing in action, but... more
Thankyou for your reply. I have the original letter saying that he did not return from his flight on 8th April 1942. He took off at 10.30am with a navigator for an observation flight and with front... more
Re: Rudolph Morgenstern John Beaman,Fri Sep 19 19:53
Thank you so much for your information and help! Rudolph was a pilot. There were indeed four in the plane. I havent got my printer/scanner linked up to my laptop at present but will do so tomorrow... more