Harold Thomas Raine    Photo: Mogens Jeppesen   Updated: 04 DEC 2019
                                                                           
Airman:
 a113116.htm Surname: Raine Init: H T Rank: Sgt Service: RCAF Sqdn: 419

P_link: p259.htm Plane: HAL JD456 Operation: Bomb G Crash_site: Sea S of Langeland

Crash_d: d150244 Buried_d: b250244 C_link: c113.htm At_Next: Aabenraa, R 4-9

Den 15. februar 1944 styrtede HAL JD456 i Østersøen syd for Langeland (måske omkring her) i forbindelse med et bombetogt til Berlin. Ingen overlevende. (Kilde: p259MACR

Den 21. februar 1944 blev liget af H. T. Raine fundet ved Mommark (omkring her).
Han blev begravet i Aabenraa 3 dage senere. (Kilde: FAF)

Sergeant (Flight Engineer) Harold Thomas Raine, 26 år,  var søn af Thomas N. Raine og
Jennie M. Raine, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.
(Kilde: CWGC)

2 flyvere fra HAL JD456 blev begravet i Magleby på Langeland og 1 i Aabenraa. 4 flyvere har ingen kendt grav.
Se Halifax Print * Halifax Mk III på YAM 2019 * folk bag en Halifax klar til en mission 7 flyvere.

On 15 February 1944 HAL JD456 crashed into the Baltic Sea south of Langeland (maybe about here)       in connection with a bombing raid on Berlin. No survivors. (Source: p259MACR

On 21 February 1944 the body of H. T. Raine was found near Mommark (about here).

Sergeant (Flight Engineer) Harold Thomas Raine, 26, was the son of Thomas N. Raine,
and of Jennie M. Raine, of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. (Source: CWGC)
God in love so tender clasped our dear boy´s hand The Canadian Virtual War Memorial has this.

2 airmen from HAL JD456 were buried in Magleby, Langeland and 1 in Aabenraa.
4 airmen have no known grave.
See No. 419 (Moose) Squadron described by the Bomber Command Museum of.Canada.
419 Squadron RCAF 1941 to 1945 has Crew of Halifax JD456

Halifax * Halifax-BC Museum.Canada * Halifax-RAF Museum * Halifax-The Yorkshire Air Museum
Halifax Mk III at YAM 2019*
Halifax Print*Halifax - Bless 'Em All.
Halifax II JD456 VR-B took off from RAF Middleton St. George at 17.04 hrs on 15 FEB 1944. (Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.)
   7 airmen.