US B-25D bomber being destroyed by the blast of a bomb of a preceding friendly bomber, Hansa Bay, Australian New Guinea, 28 Aug 1943, photo 2 of 3

Caption   US B-25D bomber being destroyed by the blast of a bomb of a preceding friendly bomber, Hansa Bay, Australian New Guinea, 28 Aug 1943, photo 2 of 3 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 24 Mar 2014

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1. Commenter identity confirmed C. Peter Chen says:
14 Feb 2014 07:33:04 PM

Airmen lost with B-25D 41-30345: 1st Lieutenant Robert B. Widener 2nd Lieutenant Bernard Lazarus Sergeant James W. Lefler Sergeant Francis M. Monahan
2. steve says:
29 Aug 2015 01:29:29 AM

Do you know where this image was taken from ? Was it from the bomber that dropped the fatal munition ?

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