10-05-1940 (SGLO T0350) Junkers Ju 88A-2 4D+DL

De berging van de Junkers Ju 88 bij Utrecht (Foto Herre Wynia)

De berging van de Junkers Ju 88 bij Utrecht (Foto Herre Wynia)

Loss Chart on T0350
Day or Night of Operation 10 May 1940
Operation Fall Gelb
Aircraft Junkers Ju 88A-2
Built by Junkers
c/n or Werknr
Serial or Stammkenzeichen
Call Sign or Verbandskenzeichen 4D+DL
Unit 3./KG 30
Air Force Luftwaffe
Take off time
Airfield Oldenburg
Crashed at
Cause of the Crash Shot down by AA-fire
Crash Location Crashed along C.H. Letschertweg Oudenrijn/De Meern
Province Utrecht
Salvaged by Royal Netherlands Air Force
Salvage date 05-2010
Wreckage sent to
Source SGLO Archive
Additional source QMG73; www.ww2.dk for airfield
Last update January 2017
Function Mil Rank Name Hon Mil Reg Age Air Force Cemetery Grave Remark
Flugzeugführer Oblt. H-W. Magnussen Luftwaffe Ysselsteyn CX-7-172 Initially buried Amsterdam 74-54
Beobachter Ofw. L. Edmüller Luftwaffe Survived POW
Bordfunker Uffz. G. Richter Luftwaffe Ysselsteyn CX-7-173 Initially buried Amsterdam 74-55
Bordschütze Uffz. K. Roscher Luftwaffe Ysselsteyn CX-7-171 Initially buried Amsterdam 74-53

Also see:
Maart 2017 Opgegraven strijd – Archeologie van de oorlog

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