Airwar over Denmark

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Ju 88 A-4 werk 301464 crashed into the North Sea 10/6-1944

The aircraft belonged to 2./NJG 7 and was coded D9+FK
T/o Münster-Handorf  Op: Nachjagd in the Paris area.
 

Apparently the aircraft crashed into the North Sea with the loss of all onboard.

Beobachter Uffz Rolf Enders was found washed ashore on the beach of Faarupklit south of Lökken on the west coast of Jylland, Denmark on 12/9-1944.
He was laid to rest in Frederikshavn cemetery on 19/9 1944.

Flugzeugführer Olt Rudolf Rösemeir, Bordfunker Uff Heinrich Hensel and Bordschütze Ofw Alfred Böhlke have no known graves.

 


  (Flemming Hansen)

 

Sources: NVM via Matti Salonen, Kirketjenesten for flygtninge i Danmark. Pakke 80 (Rigsarkivet)

 

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