A Second World War mystery solved: 75 years later, a transatlantic team retraces two lost Canadians’ final days – The Globe and Mail

In 1944, a Canadian pilot and his navigator were shot down in their Lancaster bomber over occupied France – but their bodies were never found. Where did they go, and why did they never make it home? It took their family, amateur historians and students on two continents to finally figure that out

Source: A Second World War mystery solved: 75 years later, a transatlantic team retraces two lost Canadians’ final days – The Globe and Mail