Airwar over Denmark

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Ju 88A-4 serial number 1060 crashed in the sea of Kattegat off Hals 4/4 1943.


The aircraft belonged to IV./ KG 30 and was coded 4D+AU
T/o Aalborg West. Op: Training.


The aircraft crashed in the sea of Kattegat 3 miles east of Hals before noon for unknown reasons and was a 100% loss.
At 12:20 hours two ships from Hafenschutsflotille Hals set course for the area of the crash to search for survivors.
At 18:30 hours they returned to Hals without having found any of the crew.

Navigator Gefreiter Kurt Bastian was laid to rest in Frederikshavn cemetery on 2/7 1943 while Pilot Gefreiter Wilfried Nicht and Air gunner Gefreiter Helmut Frömmlich have no known graves.



Sources: RL 2 III/1188, KTN, BF, VDK.
 

 

 

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