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Old 28th June 2014, 12:41
Hans Nauta Hans Nauta is offline
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Fw 189 mishap 19 or 20th April 1941

Dear all,

According to the KTB Flughafenbereich Amsterdam a Fw 189 had to make an smooth emergency landing near Beverwijk owing to engine troubles at 19th April 1941.
Local reports confirm this incident and also that a take off the next day on 20th April failed. Additionally it was reported that the pilot was a certain Lt Arndt.

Would there be any chance to identify this Fw 189 or its unit? I'm aware that the chances are at a minimum as no one was injured and the damage may have been below 10%.

But perhaps someone has some clues on file?

Thanks in advance for your efforts,

Last edited by Hans Nauta; 28th June 2014 at 12:44. Reason: extra info
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