Halifax II JB930 - Near Esbjerg                             Esbjerg - Varde                              Updated:  02 FEB 2019

Airman Surname Init Rank Service Sqdn P_link Plane Operation Crash_site Crash_d Buried_d C_link At_Next
o888452.htm Baker T H F/Lt RAF 10 p149.htm HAL JB930 Bomb G Near Esbjerg d200443 o888 o888.htm POW
o888456.htm Bell R Sgt RAF 10 p149.htm HAL JB930 Bomb G Near Esbjerg d200443 o888 o888.htm POW
o888454.htm Burr R S Sgt RAF 10 p149.htm HAL JB930 Bomb G Near Esbjerg d200443 o888 o888.htm POW
o888458.htm Everett R E Sgt RAF 10 p149.htm HAL JB930 Bomb G Near Esbjerg d200443 o888 o888.htm POW
o888453.htm Glover F Sgt RAF 10 p149.htm HAL JB930 Bomb G Near Esbjerg d200443 o888 o888.htm POW
o888457.htm Phillips E J Sgt RAF 10 p149.htm HAL JB930 Bomb G Near Esbjerg d200443 o888 o888.htm POW
o888455.htm Taylor D E Sgt RAF 10 p149.htm HAL JB930 Bomb G Near Esbjerg d200443 o888 o888.htm POW


 Den 21. april 1943 kl. 23.33 nødlandede HAL JB930 nær Esbjerg ved Gammelby/Velbæk ikke langt fra søgelyset i Maade (omkring her).
(Kilde: AOD og kortet Flystyrt ved Esbjerg af Torben Thorsen og Morten S. Jensen)

Det blev ramt af flak på vej til at bombe Stettin her.

Alle 7 flyvere overlevede og blev sendt til Tyske krigsfangelejre.

Se Stettin + Rostock 20 - 21 April 1943. Se også Luftalarmer i Esbjerg. Halifax Print og folk bag en Halifax klar til en mission.

On 21 April 1943 at 23.33 hours HAL JB930 made a forced landing near Esbjerg at Gammelby/Velbæk not far from the searchlight in Maade (about here).
(Source: AOD and the map Air Crashes at Esbjerg by Torben Thorsen and Morten S. Jensen)

It was hit by flak on the outward leg of a bombing raid on Stettin here.

All 7 airmen survived. They were taken to
German POW-Camps.  

See No. 10 Squadron RAF - WikipediaRAF 10 Squadron Association * Stettin + Rostock 20 - 21 April 1943 * Air-raid warnings in Esbjerg.
Halifax-BC Museum.Canada * Halifax-RAF Museum * Halifax-The Yorkshire Air Museum. See Halifax Print and Halifax - Bless 'Em All.


Halifax II JB930 ZA-H took off from RAF Melbourne at 21.24 hrs on 20 APR 1943 targeting Stettin. (Source: Aircrew Remembered has this.)  7 airmen.