Airwar over Denmark

Airwar over Denmark

 By Søren C. Flensted

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Ju 188 serial number 311422 belly near Marienlyst on 3/5-1945


The aircraft belonged to 2.(F)/Aufklärungsgruppe Nacht and was coded K7+CK
T/O Eastern Front ?.  OP: Escape to Denmark


Early in the morning the Ju 188 belly landed on the dyke just south of the Marienlyst Strandvej road on the island of Falster.

In the aircraft were also the pilots wife and two sons and it also carried quite a bit of food.

The party walked over to a German refugee camp at Marienlyst, and it is not known where they went from there.

After the Germans surrender on 5/5-45 the aircraft was emptied for petrol by Danes and in general robbed of anything useable. After a while it was removed by the authorities.

The pilot and his wife Anna Lise lived in Hannover after the war and visited Marienlyst several times during the sixties where they first stayed at “Tannhaüser” but on later visits rented a summerhouse.

 

 


  (Via Jes Touvdal)

 


  (Væggerløse lokal arkiv via Jes Touvdal)

 


         (Via Jes Touvdal)

 

 

Sources: Hans Erik Trolle via Uffe Jørgensen/Jes Touvdal, Carsten Pedersen

 

 

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