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Vanished: The Plane That Disappeared
BBC2 9:00pm Thursday 2nd November 2000

Books and articles:

The 1948 official enquiry into the accident was published as CA 106, and should be available from the Public Records Office, Kew, London.

The Argentine investigation into the accident (in Spanish only) should be available from:
Junta de Investigaciones de Accidentes de Aviacion Civil
Delegacion Cordoba
Aeropuerto Internacional Cordoba
KM 8 1/2 Carmina a Pajas Blancas
The reference is CE No. 5.470.792

A book on The Lost Squadron has also been published:
The Lost Squadron
by David Hayes (Hyperion/Madison Press, 1994).

External web-links:

Britain’s forensic science service - uses sophisticated DNA techniques to identify human remains.

Britain’s air accident investigation branch - responsible for investigating all crashes in the UK.

Website for the Lost Squadron - the planes that were buried in the Greenland ice cap.

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