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Message No. 194
Author: Barry Ralph
Subject: Little Eva
Date: Thu Jun 19, 2003 22:11

I am completing a book on the loss of the B24D Liberator, Little Eva, which crashed in the Australian outback in December 1942.

The book concentrates on the crash, the seach and the survival of three crew members.

Can anybody assist with any informatonon, or photographs?

I would like to contact the families of the crew members.

Barry Ralph.
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    • LITTLE EVAjoyce falba, Wed Jan 14 06:43
      Just a tidbit for you, my father Joseph Broschart said he started out flying on LITTLE EVA for 2 missions...for some reason another crew had to "borrow" her due to repairs. My father, Capt Whitlock... more
    • Little EvaBonnie Dilworth, Fri Jun 20 00:21
      Barry, Tell me what you have so far so that I do not give you duplicate information. Bonnie
      • Little Eva.Barry Ralph, Fri Jun 20 00:43
        Bonnie, My book concentrates on the crash and the search. I have corresponded with 90th Bomb Group veterans and have the offical reports from Grady Gaston and Norman Crosson. I have recieved the... more
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