More than just a game

The Kh-Game is more than just a game.

This is a translation of the text I put yesterday.

On Saturday November 13, 1943, during a Rhubarb mission over Cambrai and Saint Quentin.

In the course the strafing on the objective, F/O Rowe is separated from his leader because of fog. He drifts towards Oise where, it seems, he is hit after having strafed the airbase of Creil or Beauvais. His plane crashed around 17:00 at St-Felix close to Hondainville.
The plane crashed at la Bosse des Chênes near route D89

RCAF 403 Squadron based at Kenley (Friston) Great Britain
Plane Spitfire IX, serial MA573, code Squadron KH-G.

The pilot Lewis Cameron ROWE 21 ½ years-old, of the Royal Canadian Air Force is buried in the Cimetière Militaire Beauvais-Marissel, Tomb 225 (source)

In memory of
Pilot Officer
 LEWIS CAMERON  ROWE
who died on November 13, 1943

Military Service:

Service Number: J/18907
Force: Air Force
Unit: Royal Canadian Air Force
Division: 403 Sqdn.