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Remembering World War II Leonard Norman Jonasson Royal Canadian Air Force
Leonard Norman Jonasson Sergeant R/180403 76 RAF Squadron; Royal Canadian Air Force January 17, 1924 (Actual 1926) Winnipeg, Manitoba August 5, 1942 Winnipeg, Manitoba St. James, Manitoba 18 (Actual 16) 5 feet, 8 inches Medium Blue Brown Single Student Lutheran Mrs. Asrun (Mother) St. James, Manitoba April 17, 1943 17 Liesse Communal Cemetery, Aisne, France Mil. Plot. Row B. Grave 12. Sergeant Leonard Norman Jonasson joined 76 RAF Squadron on March 25, 1943. On April 16/17, 1943 he was the air gunner on aircraft Halifax II DT 575 that departed RAF Station Linton-on-Ouse, North Yorkshire, England at 20:46 for bombing operations over Pilsen, Czech Republic. The aircraft was attacked by a German fighter aircraft and crashed at 4:00 am April 17, 1943 one mile from Pierrepont Meuse on the France Belgium Border. All seven members of the crew were lost.
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