I have taken my research into my Great Uncle Wing Commander Mike Bryan about as far as I can by visiting three sites of significance in Normandy.
Firstly, the Typhoon Memorial at Noyers-Bocage:
Secondly, his resting Place at the Brettville-Sur-Laize Canadian War Cemetery:
And lastly, his Plaque at Saint-Nicolas,a beautifully peaceful spot.
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Really enjoyed reading your research into your Great-Uncle, thank you. I’m a former RAF pilot and collector of pilot logbooks, I have a logbook to a WO CB Warr, a Typhoon pilot with 183 Sqn who flew missions at the same time as your Great-Uncle. I have an interesting entry for the date Wg CD-R Bryan was killed as he records him being shotdown in flames. You’re very welcome if you’d like a scan for your website and welcome to use it too (I don’t want anything in return, happy to help). Just let me know if you do.
Hi Si Thank you for that and, yes, I’d love a copy of the log, it would be fascinating. best Richard
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Thank you for that and, yes, I’d love a copy of the log, it would be fascinating.
Sorry never saw your reply, I don’t get the notifications but I’ve switched them in now. I’ve got your number now I’ll drop you a line. Cheers