Prison Busters ww2

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    #1 sunny91, Aug 13, 2009
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    Major Gordon Corrigan recounts the story of
    an audacious Allied bombing raid in 1944, in which 15 planes were sent on a mission to
    destroy a German prison in Amiens, allowing incarcerated French resistance fighters to
    make their escape. He also examines the aircraft used in the mission : the Mosquito
    bomber, a light, two-seater plane made of wood designed to be able to outrun enemy fighters
    and deliver its payload precisely at close range.

    It is in 2 parts, each part can be view..

    Sunny
     

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    What a fantastic video. Thanks so much for posting it.
     
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