Unknown Lancaster crashed Strandgården farm, Halskov
The aircraft belonged to RAF ?? Sqn Bomber Command and was coded ??-?.
To: ?. Op: Stettin.
The Lancaster was hit by flak from Lei Flak Abt. 985 under command of Hauptmann
Seifert at 00:18 hours and crashed at Strandgården farm near Halskov killing all
It is believed that this crew were laid to rest as unknown airmen in København Bispebjerg cemetery on 28/4-1943, reported as having died on
The above pictures showing the crashsite
The remains of the aircraft being shipped of
to Germany by railway waggon. Note: The landing gear is not from this aircraft.
All pictures via Halskov Lokalarkiv
Sources: RL 19/455+456, BB, BCL.
The night of 20/21 April 1943
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