David Martin Sannholm                      Updated:  05 NOV 2012

Airman:
 a019032.htm Surname: Sannholm Init: D M Rank: Sgt Service: RAF Sqdn: 102

P_link: p124.htm Plane: HAL W7924 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: The North Sea

Crash_d: d061242 Buried_d: b200243 C_link: c019.htm At_Next: Frederikshavn, gr. 35

Den 6. december 1942 styrtede HAL W7924 i Nordsøen. 272 bombefly bombede Mannheim (her)
med et meget dårligt resultat.
HAL W7924 og 9 andre bombefly gik tabt.

6 flyvere fra HAL W7924 forsvandt i Nordsøen. Liget af Sgt D. M. Sannholm blev fundet på stranden
ved Gl. Skagen (omkring her). (Kilde: FT 89-70-25) Begravet den 20. februar 1943. (Kilde: FAF)

Sergeant (Flight Engineer) David Martin Sannholm, 27 år, var søn af  Andrew og Elizabeth Sannholm;
gift med Elizabeth Miller Sannholm, Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Kilde: CWGC)
7 flyvere.

On 6 December 1942 HAL W7924 crashed into the North Sea. 272 bombers targeted Mannheim (here)
with a very poor result. HAL W7924 and 9 other bombers were lost.

6 airmen from HAL W7924 disappeared into the North Sea. The body of Sgt D. M. Sannholm was found
on the beach near Gl. Skagen (about here). (Source: FT 89-70-25) Buried on 20 February 1943. (Source: FAF)

Sergeant (Flight Engineer) David Martin Sannholm, 27, was the son of Andrew and Elizabeth Sannholm,
and the husband of Elizabeth Miller Sannholm, of Glasgow, United Kingdom. (Source: CWGC)

See Bomber Command No. 102 Squadron * Wikipedia about No. 102 Squadron
RAF - Handley Page Halifax * Anatomy of a Halifax

It took off from RAF Pocklington. See Pocklington History.
7 airmen.