Airwar over Denmark

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He 177A-5 serial number 550006 crash landed southwest of Aalborg 9/5 1944.


The aircraft belonged to 4./ KG 100 and was coded 6N+DM.
T/o Aalborg West. Op: Training.


The He 177 was on a training flight in the morning when it lost an engine and belly landed in a filed belonging to Farmer Søren Møller of Frejlev about 10 kilometres southwest of Aalborg. It came down a little before 08:00 hours and skidded across a small pond and came to a rest between the pond and a house.

Navigator Unteroffizier Heinz Harmann and Engineer Unteroffizier Adolf Stahl were both wounded while the remaining four crew members were unharmed.

 

Three of the unharmed crewmembers on top of the He 177 after belly landing. Tailgunner to the left.

 


 (Michael Balss)

 


 (Michael Balss)



Sources: LBUK, Helme.

 

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