Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 109G-6 serial number 19839 emergency landed near Nakskov 9/10 1943.


The aircraft belonged to 9./ JG 54 and was coded Yellow 10.
T/o Schwerin ? Op: Feindflug.


Feldwebel Fritz Ungar emergency landed the Bf 109 near Arvlund about three kilometres southeast of Nakskov on the island of Lolland at 15:30 hours. The forced landing was due to lack of fuel and the Bf 109 was 30% damaged while the pilot was inharmed.

The Bf 109 was dismantled and taken to the railway station in Nakskov where it was loaded on train wagons.

 


                        (Via Ib Lødsen)



Suorces: RL 2 III/1194, LBUK, Rodeike via Helme.

 

 

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