Louis Godfrey Glaus                      Updated:  11 JUL 2016

Airman: a049001.htm Surname: Glaus Init: L G Rank: F/Sgt Service: RAF Sqdn: 7

P_link: p261.htm Plane: LAN ND365 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: Near Vornæs

Crash_d: d150244 Buried_d: b300644 C_link: c049.htm At_Next: Landet

"Natten til den 16. februar 1944 overfløj mange RAF fly den sydlige del af Danmark med Berlin
som mål. Herunder nedstyrtede mindst 4 bombefly på dansk område. Et af disse, en Lancaster, styrtede i havet mellem Skarø og Tåsinge." (FAF) Alle 8 flyvere sprang ud med faldskærm.
LAN ND365 styrtede ned omkring her.

"I farvandet ud for Vornæs fandt man den 30. juni 1944 liget af L.G. Glaus. Også han blev begravet
under medvirken af tysk militær og med jordpåkastelse af sognepræsten." (FAF)

Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) Louis Godfrey Glaus var fra United Kingdom. (Kilde: CWGC)

2 flyvere fra LAN ND365 blev begravet på Skarø, 2 i Landet på Tåsinge og 2 i Svendborg.
2 blev krigsfanger og kom i
Tyske krigsfangelejre. 8 flyvere.

"On the night before 16 February, 1944 many RAF planes flew over the southern part of Denmark targeting Berlin. At least 4 bombers crashed in Danish territory. One of these, a Lancaster, crashed
into the sea between Skarø and Tåsinge." (FAF) All 8 airmen bailed out.
LAN ND365 crashed about here.

L.G. Glaus was found dead in the waters off Vornæs on 30 June, 1944. He was buried by the German Wehrmacht, while the vicar officiated at the graveside. (Source: FAF)

Flight Sergeant (Air Gunner) Louis Godfrey Glaus was from the United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)

2 airmen from LAN ND365 were buried on Skarø, 2 in Landet on Tåsinge and 2 in Svendborg.
2 became POWs and were taken to
German POW-Camps.

See Bomber Command No. 7 Squadron and 7 Squadron Association. This Lancaster took off from RAF Oakington.
See also Former RAF Oakington and Lancaster Photos. 8 airmen.