Airwar over Denmark

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FW 190F-8 belly landed at St. Heddinge 8/5-1945

The aircraft belonged to 9./SG 3 and was coded P+I
T/O Kurland ?  OP: Escape from the Russians

The aircraft belly landed southeast of St. Heddinge at 17:40 hrs after having circled the area a couple of times. The three men onboard were sent to the nearest German camp by the Resistance movement. The ammunition was removed from the aircraft by a specialist from Statens Civile Luftværn and stored at their facilities.

 


  (Danmarks Frihedsmuseum)

 


  (Danmarks Frihedsmuseum)

 


  (Danmarks Frihedsmuseum)

 


  (Danmarks Frihedsmuseum)

 


  (Danmarks Frihedsmuseum)

 


  (Danmarks Frihedsmuseum)

 


  (Danmarks Frihedsmuseum)

 

 

Sources: SCL, Østsjællands Folkeblad via Jes Toudal.

 

 

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