Polish historians have found the remains of a Halifax bomber of 148 Sqn, along with the remains of the British and Canadian aircrew. Apparently, the plane and crew were dropping supplies in support of the Warsaw Uprising in 1944 when they were shot down. The Polish authorities have contacted both the British and Canadian embassies in Warsaw to arrange suitable return of the fallen. The article is brief, but my take on it is that the Poles are doing their best to honour the dead and bring some measure of comfort to any remaining relatives of the aircrew. More can be found at: http://cnews.canoe.ca/CNEWS/Canada/2006/12/01/2576916-ap.html I know that usual practice is to bury the fallen where they fell, but in this case, I would sort of like to see these men returned home. At any rate, they should be properly honoured for the sacrifice and interred with care and respect. Thanks to the Poles and many thanks to the fallen.