Re: Loss of the "Silvia Scarlett" 3rd July 1943
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Thank you for your interest. The CWGC contains only information about British and Commonwealth people such as us Brits,Canadians, Australian etc.
I can account for all the RAF and all British Army people on board. As for Inspector Dillon from California USA no luck yet.
Just trying to work out what his role was and what was the significance of his being on that flight.
The aircraft had a mysterious appearence and was rumoured locally to be a spy plane ! It was a KLM F22 of which only 4 were ever built. It was impressed into service by the RAF in November 1941.