Forget me not: Dutch citizens honor allied airmen

German soldiers examine a B-17 Flying Fortress during World War II, in Holland, 1943. During the war, two American B-17 Flying Fortresses, two British Halifax Bombers, one American P-51 Mustang and one American P-47 Thunderbolt crashed in the municipality of Giessenlanden as a result of air combat over Holland. Of the 36 aircrew members, 14 were killed and the others were captured by German forces. (Courtesy photo)

PHOTO BY: German forces. Courtesy photo
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