Airwar over Denmark

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FW 190A-8 serial number 739141 belly landed near Sandby 8/5 1945.


The aircraft belonged to I./ JG 54  and was coded < 1
T/o Kurland   Op: Escape from the Russians.


The FW 190 belly landed at Jarlstengaard near Sandby on the island of Lolland at 16:00 hours. There were two men in the aircraft and one had damaged his hand. Members of the Danish resistance took the Germans to Nakskov.
 
It should be remembered that the German capitulation in Holland, Northern Germany and Denmark took place at 08:00 hrs on the morning of 5/5 1945.

 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 
Sources: Newspaper: Vestlollands Avis 9/5-45, Maciej Goralczyk.

 

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