Planes and missions På dansk Airmen 1946*Loss of Lives*Types of planes* All planes*One_plane Updated: 16 SEP 2013
|Planes and missions||United Kingdom||Canada||Australia||New Zealand||Poland||USA|
|Drop in Denmark||17||0||0||0||0||1||0||18|
|Not DK / Germany||9||0||0||0||0||0||0||9|
|SOE to Poland||5||0||0||0||0||0||0||5|
DK: See overview in
Gram, airmen and supply operations.
These planes were lost. See
the Memorial Tablet in
Attack Denmark: Bombing raids on airfields in Aalborg and Esbjerg. Gestapo HQs in Aarhus, Copenhagen and Odense. Planned in detail!
Day Ranger: Not exactly pointed out before take off. Destroy planes and transport. See MUS FZ110 at Aalborg and MOS NS906 Grib Skov.
Patrol: Example: HUD AM523 Faartoft near Thisted. German Radar Stations Navigation
Intruder: Every time the target was a certain enemy activity, known or anticipated. There was radio contact between the plane and the base.
Bomb Germany: Germany is here Germany after World War I with East Prussia plus occupied parts of Poland. See the map German POW-Camps.
Not DK / Germany: BFO L9810 attacked Scharnhorst near Norway. Thalbitzer and Buchwald crashed in France and in the Netherlands.
SOE to Poland: SOE supplied the Polish resistance movement with weapons in spite of heavy losses. See HAL BB309 Slaglille and HAL JD156 Norsminde.
Minelaying: Mines made it dangerous to sail for the Germans. LAN NE167. Areas (map) had code names from vegetables. Minelaying was called Gardening.
Anti Ship: HAL JP299 lost in the Skagerrak. B24 KH410 Liberator crashed near Aarestrup. B24 KK299 shot down by U-534 on 5 May 1945!
Sea Rescue: Only DOU BZ232 and STI EH952 were lost in the North Sea on this kind of operations.
Other: A weather plane BLE V5852 and some planes from Operational Training Units. SPI Mk XI was shot down on 9 May 1945 on a photo mission!
Unknown: This plane has 108 crew members! They are unknown, so their plane in the database is Unknown!