Dutch War Grave Crew Fokker T-V 854
The Fokker TV854 was shot after a successful bombing of Waalhaven. After this bombing, the aircraft was attacked by a group of six BF-109s and crashed at Oud-Beijerland at the Hoekse-Waard. Only Sergt den Hartog could bale out with his parachute and was seriously injured when landing. The other four crew members were killed.
Res.2e Lt.Vl wrn F.H.Stovelaar VK (buried at this cemetery).
1e Lt.Vl wrn ( KNIL ) W.J.E.Kúnzel VK (buried at Grebbeberg cemetery row 3a grave 52 (photo 3).
Sergt.maj.-Vl. A.J.C. Oostindië KV
Dpl. sergt.-boordtelegrafist P. Boon (buried at Grebbeberg cemetery row 9 grave 45).
Dpl. segrt.-boordtel/boordschutter J.den Hartog.
- Text: Lammert Melk
- Photos: Lammert Melk
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- Anne Frank Huis (Anne Frank House) Amsterdam
- Memorial and Museum Hollandsche Schouwburg Amsterdam
- Jewish Historical Museum
Point of interest
- Headquarters Jewish Council Amsterdam
- Former Dutch Jewish Girls Orphanage
- Dirk van Nimwegen Bridge Amsterdam
- Polish War Graves Amsterdam
- Jewish War Graves Ouderkerk aan de Amstel
- Dutch War Graves Zorgvlied Cemetery