Found, salvaged and preserved! A Blenheim shot down in Crete by friendly fire on April 28, 1941

By Pierre Kosmidis The evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from mainland Greece towards Crete and Egypt is in full swing, during the last chaotic days of April 1941. A repetition of the Dunkirk operation on a smaller scale sees thousands of allied soldiers fleeing the nazi advance in mainland Greece, following the capitulation of … Continue reading Found, salvaged and preserved! A Blenheim shot down in Crete by friendly fire on April 28, 1941