Airwar over Denmark

Airwar over Denmark

 By Søren C. Flensted

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Ju 88A-4 serial number 2119 emergency landed at Barmer Enge 20/4 1943.


The aircraft belonged to 1o./ KG 30 and was coded ?
T/o Aalborg West. Op: Training.


At 19:00 hours the Ju 88 made an emergency landing in a field belonging to Farmer Niels Peter Nyman of Barmer Enge 5 kilometres west of Nibe. The aircraft was 50% damaged but the crew was unharmed.

On the next morning Germans arrived at the nearby “Simestedgaard” farm owned by the Simonsen family and demanded that 8 soldiers should be billeted on the farm. Two should have beds while six soldiers should sleep on the hayloft. They stayed for two or three weeks until the Ju 88 had been dismantled and had been taken away on small trucks.



Sources: LBUK, RL 2 III/1188.

 

 

 

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