Bonsoir j’ai trouvé Bacqueville en Caux:
Bacqueville (FR) (c. 49 18 N – 01 22 E) General: field
airstrip or landing ground in north-central France c. 33
km WSW of Beauvais. No details found. Operational in 1941,
according to Beauvais, but not listed in Allied
directories. Remarks: 1941 airfield used code number 572.
Subordinated to Koflug 19/XI (Beauvais). 26 Jul 42:
airfield assigned new code number 249. [Sources:
Et qui serait devenu :
Dieppe-Brachy (FR) (c. 49 48 54 N – 00 56 57 E)
General: landing ground in NE France 16 km SW of Dieppe.
History: a satellite and dispersal field along the Channel
coast. No record found of use by Luftwaffe aircraft but
probably used during the 1940-41 air offensive against
England. Almost certainly inactivated and obstructed in
1942. Surface and Dimensions: details not found, but
presumably farm or pasture land. Infrastructure: none
noted. Remarks: Sep 40: assigned airfield code number 572.
Jun 44: listed as operational. Operational Units: none
identified. Station Commands: Fl.H.Kdtr. E 6/XVII (Jul-Nov
40); Platzkdo. of Fl.H.Kdtr. E 2/I Paluel (c. 1940-42?).
Station Units (on various dates – not complete): none
identified. [Sources: Mattiello; chronologies; BA-MA;
NARA; PRO/NA; web site ww2.dk]