F. D. Ceglowski      Updated: 27 JUN 2012           Photo from Greg, Niebieska eskadra, see more.      Photo: Mogens Jeppesen
                                                                        
Airman:
 a113001.htm Surname: Ceglowski Init: E Rank: Sgt Service: PAF Sqdn: 305 P_link: p060.htm Plane: WEL W5423 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: At Jejsing Crash_d: d260242 Buried_d: b050342 C_link: c113.htm At_Next: Aabenraa, R 1-12

Den 26. februar 1942 styrtede WEL W5423 fra Polish Air Force på hjemtur fra et bombetogt til Kiel (her) ned ved Jejsing, øst for Tønder.
(Omkring her, tæt på her). Flyet eksploderede i nedslaget. Hele besætningen omkom.

"De polske flyvere begravedes den 5. marts 1942 under udfoldelse af det ceremoniel, der indgik i en tysk militærbegravelse, herunder afskydning af æressalut og kransenedlæggelse. - - - " (FAF)
Se meget mere ved flyet
WEL W5423!

Wireless Operator / Air Gunner, Pilot Officer F. D. Ceglowski og de 5 andre besætningsmedlemmer
er blandt de 21 flyvere fra PAF, der er begravet i Danmark. 11 fra PAF overlevede. 2 af dem,
Mecznik
og Wasik,
nåede Sverige! 6 flyvere.

On 26 February 1942 WEL W5423 from the Polish Air Force crashed at Jejsing east of Tønder.
(About here, at close range here). It was on the return flight from a bombing raid on Kiel (here).
The plane exploded on impact. All of the crew perished.

"On 5 March 1942 the Polish airmen were buried with the ceremonial of a German military burial
including firing of a salute of honour and laying of wreaths. - - - " (FAF)
See much more at the plane
WEL W5423!

Wireless Operator / Air Gunner, Pilot Officer F. D. Ceglowski and the 5 other crew members are
among the 21 airmen of the PAF who are buried in Denmark. 11 from the PAF survived. 2 of them,

Mecznik and Wasik, reached Sweden!

See Bomber Command No. 305 (Polish) Squadron * No. 305 Polish Bomber Squadron
The Poles on the Front Lines * Polish Air Forces in France and Great Britain.

See also 305 SQUADRON and WHY 305 SQUADRON?  This Wellington took off from RAF Lindholme.
6 airmen. Lost Bombers has this.