In September 1944, Alexander (Lex) Roell was a Dutch teenager. His parental house was situated on the Bakenberseweg in Arnhem, the road that bordered supply zone Victor. He memorized his
experiences in a detailed report.
Downloadable PDF of the original report, written by H. A. Roell: The last deed of Pilot Officer John (Len) Wilson
A scan of the original commentary, written by Herman Roell. He descibes the heroic act of P/O Len Wilson, who tried to crash his burning Dakota in a German FLAK position in the northern outskirts of Arnhem during the battle of Arnhem. The original report can be found in the archives of the province of Gelderland (Gelders Archief)