Airwar over Denmark

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He 219A-0 serial number 190119 crashed into the sea off Mulbjerge 1/6 1944


The aircraft belonged to 3./ NJG 1 and was coded G9+AK.
T/o. Op: Gunnery training.


While on gunnery training heavy smoke was seen coming from the aircraft while flying at 80 metres. At 14:00 hours it crashed into the sea killing the three man crew.
Pilot Oberleutnant Friedrich Guth, Feldwebel Andreas Klein and Obergefreiter Herbert Otto were all laid to rest in Frederikshavn cemetery on 10/6 1944.

 


                     (Marcel Hogenhuis)

Pilot Oberleutnant Friedrich Guth.



Sources: LBUK, Helme, BF.
 

 

 

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