Malcolm Edward John Shogren           Updated:  03 DEC 2016

Airman: a096031.htm Surname: Shogren Init: MEJ Rank: Sgt Service: RNZAF Sqdn: 75

P_link: p170.htm Plane: STI BK807 Operation: Minelaying Crash_site: Langelandsbælt

Crash_d: d280443 Buried_d: b050643 C_link: c096.htm At_Next: Svinø

Den 29. april 1943 kl. 00.08 blev STI BK807 skudt ned af den tyske marines flakbatteri MAA 814
i Nyborg (der er her). Flyet styrtede i Langelandsbæltet
(måske omkring her). Det var på en minelægningsoperation til den vestlige del af Fehmarn Bælt, omkring her. (Kilde: FT 86-89-12)

I Korsør Færgehavn (her) fandt man liget af M. E. Shogren. Han blev begravet den 5. juni 1943 af provst Ehrenreich, Vordingborg. (Kilde: FAF)

Sergeant (Air Gunner) Malcolm Edward John Shogren, 29 år, var søn af Norman og Alice Shogren, Glen Eden, Auckland, New Zealand. (Kilde: CWGC)

2 flyvere fra STI BK807 blev begravet på Svinø Kirkegård. 5 flyvere har ingen kendt grav. 7 flyvere.

On 29 April 1943 at 00.08 hours
STI BK807 was shot down by Marine Flak Batteri MAA 814 from
the German Navy, located in Nyborg (which is here). The plane crashed into the Langelandsbelt

(maybe about here). It was on a minelaying operation to the western part of Fehmarn Belt, about here. (Source: FT 86-89-12)

The body of M. E. Shogren was found in the ferry harbour of Korsør (here). He was buried on
5 June 1943. Rural Dean Ehrenreich from Vordingborg officiated at the graveside. (Source: FAF)

Sergeant (Air Gunner) Malcolm Edward John Shogren, 29, was the son of Norman and
Alice Shogren, of Glen Eden, Auckland, New Zealand. (Source: CWGC)

2 airmen from STI BK807 were buried in Svinø Churchyard. 5 airmen have no known grave.
See Bomber Command Squadron No. 75 Squadron and No. 75 Squadron RNZAF.
75(nz)squadron has more, also 75(NZ) Squadron RAF Records from April 1943,
find entry of 28.4.1943, and see that this plane with Captain Hamer failed to return.
75 Squadron Association NZ + UK. Stirling III BK807 AA-M took off from RAF Newmarket at 20.30 hrs
on 28 APR 1943. (Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.)    7 airmen.