Douglas William Webb   Photo: Knud Riis       Updated: 19 AUG 2019
                                                                             
Airman:
 a014247.htm Surname: Webb Init: D W Rank: F/Sgt Service: RAF Sqdn: 192

P_link: p391.htm Plane: HAL MZ342 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: The North Sea

Crash_d: d090245 Buried_d: b220246 C_link: c014.htm At_Next: Esbjerg, A. 13. 9

Den 9. februar 1945 styrtede denne Halifax i Nordsøen i forbindelse med et bombeangreb på Politz ved Stettin (Szczecin her) som flyet skulle støtte.
På hjemvejen kolliderede HAL MZ342 med en Lancaster, som ikke fik alvorlige skader, men
HAL MZ342
styrtede ned. Hele besætningen blev dræbt. (Kilder: FAF og AOD)

D.W. Webb blev fundet på Haurvig strand (omkring her) den 21. februar 1946 og begravet i Esbjerg næste dag.

Flight Sergeant (Air Bomber) Douglas William Webb, 29 år, var søn af William Maurice og Ethel Louise
Webb, Bristol; gift med Marguerite Conibear Webb, Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol, United Kingdom.
(CWGC)

1 flyver fra HAL MZ342 blev begravet på Husby Kirkegård den 24. august 1945 og 1 i Esbjerg
den 22. februar 1946. 6 flyvere har ingen kendt grav. Se p391MACR.
Se Halifax Print og folk bag en Halifax klar til en mission. 
8 flyvere.

On 9 February 1945 this Halifax crashed into the North Sea in connection with a bombing raid on Politz
near Stettin
(Szczecin here) which it was to support.
On the return flight HAL MZ342 collided with a Lancaster which was not seriously damaged, but HAL MZ342 crashed. All of the crew perished. (Sources: FAF and AOD)

D.W. Webb was found on Haurvig beach (about here) on 21 February 1946 - buried on 22 February in Esbjerg.

Flight Sergeant (Air Bomber) Douglas William Webb, 29, was the son of William Maurice and
Ethel Louise Webb, of Bristol, and the husband of Marguerite Conibear Webb, of Westbury-on-Trym,
Bristol, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)

1 airman from HAL MZ342 was buried in Husby Churchyard on 24 August 1945 and 1 in Esbjerg on 22 February 1946. 6 airmen have no known grave.
See No.192 Squadron RAF - Wikipedia * No. 192 Squadron - a specialist RCM (radio counter measures) squadron *
Halifax Print * Halifax - Bless 'Em All.
Halifax * Halifax-BC Museum.Canada * Halifax-RAF Museum * Halifax-The Yorkshire Air Museum * LAN-HAL
Halifax III MZ342 DT-B
took off from RAF Foulsham at 19.41 hrs on 08 FEB 1945. (Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.) See p391MACR. 8 airmen.