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Old 13th February 2010, 16:38
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nightfighter losses 16/17-june 1944

Hello,
On june 17, 1944 at about 03.50 h (report time) a German Nightfighter made a forced landing near Steenderen, East of Arnhem (The Netherlands).
The a/c was damaged but the crew of 3 was ok.
Who has information about the nightfighter losses that night?
RAF Bomber Command attacked Sterkrade (synthetic oil plant) with 321 bombers.
Probably a NJG 1 aircraft ???

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Old 13th February 2010, 19:33
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Re: nightfighter losses 16/17-june 1944

Karl.

We've got the same info, and no crew.
Data came from "Aircraft crashes Me 110", whatever that may be.

It's not much, hope it helps
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Old 13th February 2010, 20:04
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Re: nightfighter losses 16/17-june 1944

03h00 Brit. time I.NJG6 Bellylanding near Deelen 80 %

Werner ofw f
Hunger fw bf
Müsler ge bs

All safe

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Does your report gives more ??
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Old 14th February 2010, 11:24
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Re: nightfighter losses 16/17-june 1944

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Karl.

We've got the same info, and no crew.
Data came from "Aircraft crashes Me 110", whatever that may be.

It's not much, hope it helps
Hello Bas,
Aircraft crashes Netherlands
Part 3. The Messerschmitt Bf-110 Luftwaffe
Published 1991 A publication of Airwar Studygroup Holland
Compiled by Arie P de Jong
With contributions of 12 members of the Airwar Studygroup including myself.
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Old 14th February 2010, 11:37
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Re: nightfighter losses 16/17-june 1944

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03h00 Brit. time I.NJG6 Bellylanding near Deelen 80 %

Werner ofw f
Hunger fw bf
Müsler ge bs

All safe

Rémi

Does your report gives more ??
Hello Rémi
The police reports says:
At 03.50 h (local Dutch time) a Dutch police officer was informed about the forced landing of a German aircraft 500 meters East of Steenderen.

The police officer went to the crash site and he saw that the aircraft was partially destroyed and the three crewmembers who were firing flares were unhurt.
The police officer called it a German Fighter aircraft.
Thats all
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Re: nightfighter losses 16/17-june 1944

Crashed due to fuel starvation while attempting to land at Deelen. Strong headwinds. Weather was poor as well. Ceiling of 80 to 100m. Belly landing.

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Old 14th February 2010, 18:45
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Re: nightfighter losses 16/17-june 1944

Karl,

Thanks for the info; 1991 was a few years before I joined the Airwar Studygroup.

Rémi,

Can you share the source you are using for your data on the Unit, percentage damage and crew, with us.


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