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1941-09-01 The loss of Vincent Jansen

Crash site: near RAF Hullavington, Wiltshire, GB

Crash cause: unknown, flying accident presumed

Name

Jansen, Vincent Dominicus Josephus

Dutch RAF aviator datasheet

V.D.J. Jansen Source: Jubileumboek 1949 St. Odulphus Lyceum, Tilburg

Chippenham 050619 Jansen VDJ



Rank

Sold Vl 2kl, Lac2.

Decorations

None known

Born

3/9/1920

Place

's-Gravenhage, NL

Squadron

No. 9 SFTS

Ops/hr

Aircraft

Base

RAF Hullavington

Mission

Training

Status

KIFA, cause unknown

age

20

Killed

1/9/1941

Place

near RAF Hullavington, Wiltshire, GB

Buried

Chippenham London Road Cemetery, Wiltshire, GB, grave 1/H/10

Known to

OGS

yes

CWGC

no

Other crew

N.a.

Memorial

Soesterberg

yes

Memorial

Other

yes

1. Mill Hill Memorial Table, London, GB

Mill Hill Jansen VDJ

2. Stained glass window, St. Odulphus Lyceum, Tilburg, NL

Jansen V St Odulphus raam

GB arrival

Remarks

Data confusion

OGS: died Chippenham


Map 11. Hullavington, Wiltshire, GB

The crash site has not been pinpointed.


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