Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 110C serial number 2131 emergency landed at Klingstrup 29/7 1941.


The aircraft belonged to Erg.Zer.Gr. and was coded 3M+LK.
T/o Aalborg ? Op: ?


Pilot Obergefreiter Friedrich Lauff lost orientation due to haze and low clouds and at approximately 18:00 hours he made a emergency landing in a field belonging to Gl. Klingsturp Farm due to low fuel.
During the landing he passed through a fence and ended up in a wheat field but was able to taxi to a grass field 50 metres from the farm buildings.

Obergefreiter Lauff used the telephone at Skaarup School of Domestic Science and called Fliegerhorst Aalborg to inform them about the incident.

He asked the Danish police to guard the aircraft during the night and billeted at Skaarup Inn for the night with his Wop.

 


                                    (Via Erik Jensen)

 


                                  (Via Erik Jensen)

 


                                (Via Erik Jensen)

 


                                  (Via Erik Jensen)

 



Sources: LBUK, AS 24-27, JJ, Gerhard.

 

 

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