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Dutch find Czech crew remains at WW2 RAF bomber crash site

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Dutch salvage workers have found some bone fragments and scraps of airmen's clothing in the debris of an RAF Wellington bomber shot down over the Netherlands in June 1941.

The Wellington had a six-man Czech crew, five of whom died. It was downed by a German night fighter, crashing at Nieuwe Niedorp, a village about 60km (37 miles) north of Amsterdam.

It had been bombing the port of Bremen.

The dig is part of a wider Dutch project to find wartime crews' remains.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-europe-57428067

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