Airwar over Denmark

Airwar over Denmark

 By Søren C. Flensted

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He 114B serial number 2289 washed ashore on the island of Bornholm 19/10 1941.


The aircraft belonged to Grosse Kampffliegerschule 5and was coded TV+HX.
T/o Parow Op: Training.


The aircraft and its crew were reported to have been lost on 17/10.

On 19/10 the wreckage was found washed ashore at Stenodde on the island of Bornholm.
It was found 25-20 metres off the beach in ¾ metres of water. The wreckage was recovered by Seenotzentrale Bug and Fliegerhorst Parow.

The crew of Pilot Erich Mahling and Wop Freiherr Hans Drostler have no known graves.



Sources: AD, JJ.
 

 

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