Airwar over Denmark

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Bf 109G-8 Werk number 201143 belly landed near Nyker 7/5-1945

The aircraft belonged to NAGr5 and was coded Schwarz 2.
T/O Kurland    Op: Escape from Russian forces.

 

Oberleutnant Leibnitz had taken off from Kurland to escape the Russian forces. He belly landed the Bf 109G in a field belonging to the farm “Buldregård” south of Nyker on the island of Bornholm.

Oberleutnant Leibnitz had however run out of luck as the Russians invaded the island on 9/5-45. Between 12-16/5 the Germans were shipped to Kolberg and from there sent to camps in Russia. Oberleutnant Leibnitz died in Russia during the fall of 1945.

 


 (Villy Hansen, Rønne via Niels Chr. Pihl)

 


 (Villy Hansen, Rønne via Niels Chr. Pihl)

 


 (Villy Hansen, Rønne via Niels Chr. Pihl)

 


 (Villy Hansen, Rønne via Niels Chr. Pihl)

 


 (Villy Hansen, Rønne via Niels Chr. Pihl)

 


 (Villy Hansen, Rønne via Niels Chr. Pihl)

 

Sources: Niels Chr. Pihl, Jørn Junker.

 

 

 

 

 

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