Malaya Historical Group searches jungles for WWII aircraft: Keeping up with the World War II theme, a feature ab...

Malaya Historical Group searches jungles for WWII aircraft: Keeping up with the World War II theme, a feature ab...

They trek for days through crocodile-infested swamps and up rain-lashed mountain jungles, but the members of the Malaya Historical Group are not seeking treasure or ancient artefacts. Instead, they’re after rusty wreckage. Over the past decade, the six amateur Malaysian military historians have helped locate the confirmed or suspected crash sites of 30 World War II aircraft – helping bring closure for the families of more than 40 missing British and American air crews. Nearly 70 years after the end of the war, at least 100 British and American aircraft wrecks are believed scattered across the jungles of India, Thailand and Malaysia, along with the remains of their crews.

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