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One Luftwaffe report thought it must have contained “up to eighty aircraft” – rather than 56.Horst Schulz, who flew on the second raid, recalls: When we got back we all agreed it had been a terrible day, but there was not much discussion.Despite Park's misgivings, No 11 group's interception rates have been exemplary. Churchill remarks that the attack seems to have been repelled "satisfactorily." Park replies that he is not satisfied with the number of bombers which have been shot down.In the course of the day, every single squadron except one has made contact with its intended target. Flanked by return escorts, the bedraggled German bombers cross into France.Their formation starts to break up as those with wounded on board seek a quick landing while others press on to the home base near Paris. It stands up on its nose as it lands, sliding along the ground and then crashing back down to earth.
None of the other battles in which I was involved made such a profound impression.NEW LARGE-SCALE ATTACKS BY THE LUFTWAFFE 79 BRITISH AIRCRAFT SHOT DOWN; OUR OWN LOSSES 43 A year’s experience of war has shown the German people and the rest of the world that one can rely on the truthfulness of the German High Command reports, as one can rely on the predictability of the stars moving across the sky.Our leaders have always stuck to the truth while, in hundreds of isntances, the English war reports have been characterised by humbug and lies.Holmes then tried to investigate his own crash site, with the help of a Home Guardsman.But people realised who he was took him to Chelsea Barracks.
" Holmes was still in the clothes he had thrown on as he left the bath. And here’s what the Voelkische Beobachter had to say.