Hampden I AT227 - The North Sea                                                   Updated:  05 NOV 2012
 

Airman Surname Init Rank Service Sqdn P_link Plane Operation Crash_site Crash_d Buried_d C_link At_Next
e777485.htm Burley R H Sgt RAF 408 p090.htm HAM AT227 Bomb G The North Sea d190742 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN
e777486.htm Haville E Sgt RAF 408 p090.htm HAM AT227 Bomb G The North Sea d190742 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN
e777484.htm Pearce H P/O RAF 408 p090.htm HAM AT227 Bomb G The North Sea d190742 e777 e777.htm NO KNOWN
a019022.htm Swatton E W P/O RAF 408 p090.htm HAM AT227 Bomb G The North Sea d190742 b110942 c019.htm Frederikshavn


Den 19. juli 1942 styrtede HAM AT227 i Nordsøen under et bombeangreb ved Elbens munding (omkring her).

3 flyvere forsvandt i havet. Sgt E.W. Swatton drev ind ved Lild Strand (omkring her). (Kilde: FAF)

1 flyver fra HAM AT227 blev begravet i Frederikshavn. 3 flyvere har ingen kendt grav.

4 flyvere.


On 19 July 1942
HAM AT227 crashed into the North Sea on a bombing raid at the estuary of the Elbe (about here).

3 airmen disappeared into the sea. Sgt E.W. Swatton drifted ashore on Lild Strand (about
here). (Source: FAF)

1 airman from HAM AT227 was buried in Frederikshavn. 3 airmen have no known grave.

See Bomber Command No. 408 Squadron RCAF * No. 408 Squadron of Canadian Wings * 408 Squadron Association.

This Hampden took off from RAF Balderton.

4 airmen.