K for King

Worldwar II: B-24 crew in Belgium

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George Kelling
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Retired US Army officer, later historian. Interested in WWII history, European resistance movements, doing research on the story of K for King. In 2012 I have been drafting a manuscript of the story and am still looking for the to identify the traitor at Mons-en-Pevele'. Would be delighted to exchange information with other interested people. I can read French and German,



Glorieux
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Harry G Kolinski
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I am the only son of Sgt Harry A Kolinski. I live in Critz, Virginia, USA. The picture is from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. My grandson and I are picking cherries here. The date of the picture if June, 2009.

I would like to express my most heartfelt appreciation for all the work that so many people have done in establishing this most interesting site. Thank You ALL! !



Mike Mahoney
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65 years old
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John (Jack) Mahoney was killed as a result of mission 311. I am an Air Force veteran and am intersted in knowing as much about this incident as possible. I would like to thank all the contributors.



J.McClurg
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I am the proud granddaughter of Robert H. Lemon. Immediately before this mission departed, he was taken ill and pulled from the mission. He always wondered what would have happened if he had been on that plane. He wondered if he could have changed the fate of his friends and fellow crewmen.

I'm currently studying abroad in Belgium and hoping to find whatever information I can to be able to visist the sites and take home pictures and stories to my grandmother.



Rick Hargis
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64 years old
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