War heroes laid to rest 70 years after their plane went down

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The crew of a British Second World War bomber that was shot down over Italy are to be laid to rest almost 70 years after they went missing in action.

Six months after Warrant Officer John Hunt failed to return from a bombing raid over northern Italy in the last days of the Second World War, his mother sent a letter to the military authorities pleading for information about her missing son.

Jeanette Madge wrote that the months since she had received the telegram notifying her he had not returned from the mission had been “just hell, waiting for something to come through” adding “please let me know if he is alright or if he is gone”....

Read entire article at Telegraph (UK)

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