Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 110 aircraft crashed near Skader 17/9 1944.

The aircraft belonged to ? and was coded ?
T/o ?.  Op: ?


The Bf 110 crashed during the night east of the farmhouse owned by farmer Bent Steen of Skader and skidded across the field to end up near the house. The engines was ripped off the wings and ended up near the road Voldum / Halding.

Bent Steen heard the noise but did not go out until the morning. When he saw the wreckage, he walked up to „Frausminde“ to use the telephone to call the parish executive officer. This happened at 07:50 hrs.
Germans soon arrived to guard the wreck and a Unteroffizier and three privates was billeted by Steen for a week while the wreckage was removed.

The crew of three of the Bf 110 had saved their lives by parachute.
 


Sources: LBUK.

 

 

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