Airwar over Denmark

Airwar over Denmark

 By Søren C. Flensted


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Bf 110G-4 serial number 710182 crashed near Gram 29/5 1944.

The aircraft belonged to Stab IV / NJG 3 and was coded D5+FF.
T/o Westerland ?. Op: Operational flight.

The Bf 110 was on a operational flight when a engine fire erupted violently and forced the crew of three to bail out. The aircraft crashed just south of Tiset three kilometres southwest of Gram at 01:20 hours.

Pilot Hauptmann Franz Buschmann, and Feldwebel Josef Geiger landed safely nearby.

A search was mounted for Oberfeldwebel Werner Schuldt and at 02:55 hours it was reported that he had been found death. Apparently his parachute had malfunctioned. He was laid to rest in Fovrfelt cemetery in Esbjerg on 2/6 1944.

Sources: LBUK, BE, DN.



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