Alfred Ronald Neumunz; ?-1944; USAAF airman; Kenninghall and Old Buckenham, Norfolk, and USA

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Alfred Ronald Neumunz; ?-1944; USAAF airman; Kenninghall and Old Buckenham, Norfolk, and USA

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?-1944

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2nd Lt Alfred Ronald Neumunz and Rodney Ives (senior navigator) were on Ray Conard's crew which, on their way to a mission to bomb a railway viaduct outside Bielefeld, Germany, crashed a few miles from their airbase at Kenninghall, 26 November 1944. All crew members were killed. Conard was posthumously recommended for the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) for crashing the aircraft in order to avoid striking nearby houses. Alfred Neumunz was originally a member of Ed Tonn's crew.

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Kenninghall, Norfolk; Old Buckenham, Norfolk; USA

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GB/153/NM/11211

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Created on: 08/01/2019 by Catherine.Collins

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