Danish WW2 Pilots
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    Britain's Victory, Denmark's Freedom. Danish Volunteers in Allied Air Forces during the Second World War
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    Danish WW2 Pilots

Sven Erik van der Aa Kühle

Sven Erik van der Aa Kühle was the youngest of three brothers serving in the RAF. He was killed in action over Tobruk in February 1942. Only one of the three survived the war.

Harald Roy Andersen

Harald Roy Andersen was attached to the elite bomber crews of 156 Sqn, Pathfinder force, when his Lancaster is shot down by flak in the air over France in 1943, only 21 years old.

10 Downing Street

In October 1941, a Spitfire Fund was set up to collect funds for a number of Danish Spitfires. The result of the collection was presented to Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 10 Downing Street on 9 April 1942.

V1 Flying Bombs over London

Shortly after D-Day, the first V1 flying bombs hit London. Three Danish fighter pilots were involved in the fighter defence against the flying bombs in the summer of 1944.