Sunday, 25 September 2016

"The Night Ghost of St Trond" - the terror of the night sky





Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer family home in Calw 1940
When in 1939, young Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer began serving in the Luftwaffe, no one imagined that man just joined the Luftwaffe came the terror of the night sky over western Europe. - 'The Night Ghost of St Trond'.
Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer
Honor Goblet of the Luftwaffe
Schnaufer was born in a Stuttgart on the 16th February 1922. He was to be the eldest of four children (three boys and a girl). From September 1938 Heinz was an educated by Nazi centres NPEA - Nationalpolitische Erziehungsanstalt (National Political Educational Establishment) at Backnang and later in Potsdam. These training centers set themselves the target of training of the future elite of the Third Reich. As part of the training, Schnaufer was directed into the ranks of the Luftwaffe in November 1939 in order to train him to the rank of pilot-officer. In 1941, he completed his flying training.   In November 1941, on completion of their flying training, they were posted to II./NJG 1 at Stade, near Hamburg, later transferring with the same unit to Saint-Trond, Belgium.

German Cross in Gold
Schnaufer's The first operational experience he get in February 1942. His unit II./NJG 1 were detached to fly escort for the capital ships Scharnhorst, Gneisenau and Prinz Eugen when they broke out from Brest en route for Norway. 'The Night Ghost of St Trond' achieve his first 'kill', however, at night of 1st/2nd June 1942. His crew shot down a Handley-Page Halifax near Louvain, Belgium. By the end of 1942 his score stood at only 7 'kills' (three in one night on 1 August). In July 1943 the command promoted Oberleutnant, at this time his score stood at 17 'kills'.
Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross
Schnaufer was promoted Oberleutnant in July 1943, when his score stood at 17. One month later, he was posted to IV./NJG 1 at Leeuwarden, Holland, as Staffelkapitän of 12./NJG 1 (IV./NJG 1). In March 1944 he became  Kommandeur of IV./NJG 1 and moved with the unit again to Saint-Trond in Belgium. From Summer 1943 to this time he had shot down 47 British bombers. during this period (December 1943), Schnaufer had been awarded the Ritterkreuz, with score standing at 42 'kills'.

Knight's Cross with
Oak Leaves and Swords
By this time he had shot down 47 RAF bombers. There was also, by this time, a third man in Schnaufer's crew, Wilhelm Gansler, employed mainly as a look-out, an "extra pair of eyes". In December 1943 Schnaufer had been awarded the Ritterkreuz, with his score standing at 42. In November 1944, he being promoted Hauptmann in May 1944 and in June receiving the Eichenlaub (with 84 victories). In July he increase his score to 89 'kills' and was received further awards. Also members of his crew: Rumpelhardt and Gansler, were awarded the Ritterkreuz (his co-workers was the only complete crew to be awarded the Knight's Cross in the entire Luftwaffe). At the end of summer 1944 (September) his unit (IV./NJG 1) was transferred back into Germany. Temporary stationed at Düsseldorf and Dortmund. In the eveningn 9th October 1944, at 08:25 PM over  NE Bocholt, Schnaufer achieved his 100th night-time victory. For this achievement he was awarded the Brillanten personally by Adolf Hitler.
Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves,
Swords and Diamonds
In the coming time, 22 years old Heinz became Kommodore NJG 4, based at Gutersloh. Before the end of 1944 he was promoted again to the rank of Major. The most spectacular success has become participation of Schnuafer on 21 February 1945 when he destroyed 9 RAF bombers in the course of one day. Two of bombers in the early hours of the morning and another 7 in the evening. Some after war research, showed that at this day hist score was 10. The one 'kill' not having been acknowledged. Young Heinz ended the war with the result of 121 'kills'.

In May 1945 at Eggebek in Schleswig-Holstein district, Major Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer was taken as prisoner by British troops. In this same year, was released and returned to Cawl, where he started to work in the family wine business. He died 15th July, 1950, in an car accide. During the collision with a lorry, carrying gas cylinders, one of the bottles fell on the Schnaufer car and hit him in the head (the car had a sunroof). As a result, he died on the next day in a hospital.
Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer training at Guben

Wolfgang Schnaufer  at the Wolfsschanz  Headquarters.
Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer , the most successful Night fighter pilot and Erich " Bubi " Hartmann , the most successful day fighter pilot , receive the Swords from Hitler at the " Wolfsschanz " Headquarters.
Oberlieutnant Schnaufer , Kapitan of 12.NJG.1 delivers the final words at the graves
Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer in the middle
Schnaufer and his crew members, Rumpelhardt and Gansler ( this team was the only complete crew to be awarded the Knight's Cross in the entire Luftwaffe)


HeinzWolfgang Schnaufer in conversation withOberleutnant Lent , Kommodor of NJG 3

Oberleutnant Schnaufer is greeted by Major Jabs of 1V./NJG 1

Members of the Royal Australian Air Force pose with Schnaufer's Bf 110G-4
 (G9+BA, Stab/NJG 1) at Schleswig, Germany, shortly after the end of the war
(19 June 1945)



Text below is just copied from SWNS.com

"A tail wing from a German WW2 plane flown by the world’s deadliest pilot depicting all 121 enemies he shot down is up for auction.
The bullet-ridden section of the Messerschmitt is adorned with stencil paintings of the aircraft downed by Heinz-Wolfgang Schnaufer.
     Schnaufer was a German Luftwaffe fighter pilot and the highest scoring fighter ace in the history of aerial warfare. The tail wing of his plane featured stencils of planes each representing one he shot down – and the date each was destroyed.
The ‘kill’ icons, consisting of small roundels and four-engine British bombers, take up the top half of the large aluminium wing, while the bottom half consists of a swastika.
Chris Albury from Dominic Winter
auctions inspects the Messerschmitt
 tail fin of Luftwaffe ace Heinz­
Wolfgang Schnaufer the most
 deadly fighter pilot of all time. (SWNS)
The port tail fin from Schnaufer’s
favourite Messerschmitt Bf110G-4, “G9+EF
”, c.1944-45, made of aluminium
and painted with 121 ‘kill’ icons,
consisting of small roundels and
four-engined British bombers with
the date of each victory painted below. (SWNS)
During just 164 operational sorties between 1 June 1942 and 7 March 1945, the night pilot managed a whopping confirmed 121 British and Commonwealth bombers..
The huge figure, which could have cost the allies around 500 lives, makes him the most deadly pilot in the history of aerial warfare.
Nicknamed ‘The Night Ghost of St Trond’, he is one of only 27 men awarded the Knights Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds.
His plane was finally shot down on March 30, 1945, but not while Schnaufer was flying it.
Bizarrely, Schnaufer, who survived the war, died on July 15, 1950 following a road accident while on a wine-buying trip in Bordeaux. He was just 28.
Wolfgang Lohmann, an expert on Luftwaffe aircraft and military-air historian, discovered the wing being used as a patch on a roof in the village of Hillegossen, Germany.
He offered the owner 70,000 deutschmarks in the 1970s and Lohmann has had the tail fin on display at his family home in Germany ever since.
It is now set to be sold by Dominic Winter Auctioneers Ltd in Cirencester, Glos., on May 15 and could fetch up to £20,000.
Chris Albury, a senior auctioneer, said: 'We have not had a Messerschmitt bell fin like this before. Obviously this one is more than any other – it is unique.'
'It makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up. It makes you feel very close to the Second World War.'
'We have put it up in the foyer in a low key fashion. It’s caused quite a few comments.  So many people have relatives or ancestors with a connection in the Second World War.'
'I don’t think this is as controversial a piece as some Nazi memorabilia can be. If it was the other way around there wouldn’t be any controversy.'
'It just happens to be a German aircraft. This is history – this is real.  The fact that he had to shoot down 120 planes is just part of the story.' "
Oblt. Heinz-W. Schnaufer Staffelkapitän of 12./NJG 1 is showing his 47th victory bar on the rudder of his Bf 110 G, at St. Trond in February 1944.
During his service in Luftwaffe, received the following designations:
  • Ehrenpokal - Honor Goblet of the Luftwaffe (26 July 1943)
  • Deutsches Kreuz in Gold - German Cross in Gold (16 August 1943)
  • Ritterkreuz -  Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross (31 December 1943)
  • Eichenlaub - Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves (24 June 1944)
  • Schwertern - Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves and Swords (30 July 1944)
  • Brillanten - Knight's Cross with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds (16 October 1944)


List of 121 'kills' achieve by Heinz Wolfgang Schnaufer:

  1. 2/6/1942   1:55    Halifax  II./NJG 1 Grez-Doiceau Halifax II (W1064) “MP-J” of 76 Sqn,                   RAF flown by Sgt TRA West, 2 killed
  2. 1/8/1942   2:47   Wellington II./NJG 1 1km SW Loon-op-Zand Wellington IC (DV439)       of       25       OTU, RAF
  3.   1/8/1942   3:17  Wellington II./NJG 1 Huldenberg    Wellington IC (DV552) “UJ-N” of 27 OTU,         RAF, 6 killed
  4. 1/8/1942   3:45  Whitley II./NJG 1 Gilly Whitley V (BD347) of 24 OTU, RAF flown       by P/O     G Silva, 1 killed, 3 evaded
  5. 25/8/1942 2:54 Wellington II./NJG 1 1km E Loonbeek Wellington III (BJ651) “JN-M” of 150             Sqn, RAF 
  6. 29/8/1942  1:16 Halifax II./NJG 1 1km E E Tombeek Halifax II (W7809) of 78 Sqn,                       RAF             flown by Sgt JAB Marshall
  7. 21/12/1942  23:53  Lancaster II./NJG 1 Poelkapelle Lancaster I (R5914) of 106 Sqn, RAF                   flown by Sgt JD Brinkhurst, 3 killed, 4 POW
  8. 14/5/1943   2:14  Stirling II./NJG 1 Heerlen Stirling I (R9242) “BU-O” of 214 Sqn, RAF,               flown     by Sgt RM Gibney, 4 killed, 3 POW
  9. 14/5/1943   3:07  Halifax II./NJG 1 Near Blanden Halifax II (JB873) “EY-J” of 78 Sqn, RAF               flown by Sgt G Dane, 2 killed, 5 POW, 1 evaded
  10. 30/5/1943  0:48  Stirling II./NJG 1 S Baelen Stirling III (BF565) “HA-H” of 218 Sqn, RAF
  11. 30/5/1943  1:43  Halifax II./NJG 1 Budingen Halifax II (DT804) “TL-C” of 35 Sqn, RAF
  12. 30/5/1943  2:22  Stirling II./NJG 1 1km E Fl.Pl. Diest-Schaffen Stirling III (BK688) “HA-A”       of 218 Sqn, RAF flown by F/Sgt WAM Davis, 6 killed
  13. 22/6/1943  1:33  Stirling II./NJG 1 Langdorp Stirling III (BK712) “HA-D” of 218 Sqn, RAF               flown by P/O W Shillinglaw, 8 killed
  14. 25/6/1943  2:58  Wellington II./NJG 1 Hamme-Mille  
  15. 29/6/1943  1:25  Lancaster II./NJG 1 Solwaster Lancaster III (LM323) “OF-U” of 97 Sqn,                   RAF
  16. 29/6/1943  1:45  Halifax II./NJG 1 Wandre Halifax V (DK137) “NP-R” of 76 Sqn, RAF
  17. 29/6/1943  1:55  Halifax II./NJG 1 Near Vottem Halifax II (HR812) “TL-F” of 35 Sqn, RAF
  18. 4/7/1943  0:48 Wellington II./NJG 1 1km N Averbode Wellington X (HE980) of 196                      Sqn,           RAF
  19. 4/7/1943  1:01    Stirling II./NJG 1 W Geebets Stirling III (BF530) “OJ-B” of 149 Sqn, RAF
  20. 9/7/1943  2:33   Lancaster II./NJG 1 Near Grobbendonk Lancaster III (ED663) of        49            Sqn,              RAF
  21. 11/8/1943  0:32   Lancaster II./NJG 1 S Hähnlein
  22. 28/8/1943  3:59  Halifax 12./NJG 1 Jemeppe sur Sambre Halifax II (JB835) “DY-X” of                102 Sqn, RAF
  23. 31/8/1943  22:41 Halifax 12./NJG 1 2km SE Kuinre Halifax II (HR878) “TL-J” of 35            Sqn,      RAF
  24. 24 31/8/1943  3:53 Wellington 12./NJG 1 Near Lozen Wellington X (HE988) “AS-U” of         166      Sqn, RAF
  25. 24/8/1943  0:09 Halifax 12./NJG 1 Near Eschede Halifax II (JD379) “KN-M” of 77 Sqn,                    RAF flown by P/O A Massie, 3 killed, 4 POW
  26. 23/9/1943  23:00  Lancaster 12./NJG 1 5km S Kirchheimbolanden Stirling III (EJ104)                  “HA-G” of 218 Sqn, RAF
  27. 27/9/1943  23:31  Halifax 12./NJG 1 Near Stemmen  
  28. 3/10/1943  21:50  Halifax 12./NJG 1 Near Lande Halifax II (HR728) “LK-D” of 51                        Sqn, RAF
  29. 9/10/1943  1:13  Halifax 12./NJG 1 Near Schwaförden Halifax II (HR945) “NP-Y” of 158                  Sqn, RAF flown by Sgt DCR Cater, 7 POW
  30. 9/10/1943  1:42  Viermot 12./NJG 1 Near Holtensen  
  31. 18/10/1943  20:25  Halifax 12./NJG 1 Near Negenborn Lancaster III (DV230) “SR-T”         of             101 Sqn, RAF, 9 killed
  32. 20/10/1943  19:13  Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Near Gieten Lancaster III (JB175) “MG-A” of 7             Sqn, RAF, 7 killed
  33. 20/10/1943  19:25  Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Near Harrenstätte Lancaster III (JB348) “LQ-R” of 405         Sqn, RAF, 6 killed, 1 POW
  34. 22/10/1943  21:40  Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Near Dransfeld Lancaster III (JB320) “DX-X” of 57       Sqn,       RAF
  35. 23/11/1943  18:50   Lancaster 12./NJG 1 2km NW Ter Apel Lancaster III (JA939) “LQ-C” of 405       Sqn, RAF, 6 killed, 1 POW
  36. 23/11/1943  19:00  Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Lorup Lancaster III (JB537) “PH-N” of 12 Sqn, RAF, 6         killed, 1 POW
  37. 16/12/1943 18:01 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Near Follega Lancaster III (JA853) “MG-L” of 7 Sqn,             RAF flown by W/O WA Watson, 7 killed
  38. 16/12/1943 18:12 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 3km NW Lemmer Lancaster I (DV300) “SR-W” of 101           Sqn, RAF flown by F/Lt R MacFarlane, 8 killed
  39. 16/12/1943 18:23 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 SW Wolvega Lancaster III (JB545) “EA-O” of 49 Sqn,           RAF flown by P/O G Ratcliffe, 7 killed
  40. 16/12/1943 18:41 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 2km SW Wirdum Lancaster II (DS831) “QO-N” of 432           Sqn, RAF, flown by F/O WC Fisher, 5 killed, 2 POW
  41. 29/12/1943 18:50 Halifax 12./NJG 1 3km NE Meppel Halifax II (JD314) “ZA-X” of 10 Sqn,               RAF, 7 killed
  42. 29/12/1943 19:45 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Near Wietmarschen Lancaster II (DS718) “EQ-R” of 408         Sqn, RAF, flown by F/Lt WT Wilton, 7 killed
  43. 27/1/1944  19:45 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Near Essen Lancaster III (JB283) “PH-W” of 12 Sqn, RAF
  44. 30/1/1944  22:15 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 W Amsterdam  
  45. 15/2/1944  22:58 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Off Texel Lancaster III (ND363) “PM-A” of 103 Sqn,               RAF
  46. 15/2/1944  23:19 Viermot 12./NJG 1 Near Hoorn Lancaster II (LL689) “KO-P” of 115 Sqn, RAF
  47. 15/2/1944  23:33 Viermot 12./NJG 1 Wattenmeer Lancaster I (W4272) “GJ-C” of 622 Sqn, RAF
  48. 22/3/1944  23:10 Lancaster 12./NJG 1 Halle Lancaster III (LM430) “WS-B” of 9 Sqn, RAF
  49. 25/3/1944  00:12 Viermot 12./NJG 1 Neuwarendorf  
  50. 25/3/1944  00:21 Viermot 12./NJG 1 Neuwarendorf Lancaster I (HK539) “UM-A2” of 626          Sqn,         RAF
  51. 25/3/1944  00:41 Viermot 12./NJG 1 Near Varssefeld  
  52. 11/4/1944  23:15 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 Near Beerse Lancaster III (ND389) “OL-A” of 83               Sqn,             RAF
  53. 11/4/1944  23:25 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 2km N St Lenaerts Lancaster I (LL899) “EA-P” of 49 Sqn,       RAF flown by F/Lt DJ Bacon, 7 killed
  54. 25/4/1944  02:03 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 Near Alken Lancaster I (HK542) “KO-J” of 115 Sqn,       RAF
  55. 25/4/1944  02:28 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 3km N Mechelen Lancaster II (DS734) “KO-Y” of 115             Sqn, RAF
  56. 25/4/1944  02:30 Halifax IV./NJG 1 Antwerp area Halifax III (LW622) “DT-R” of 192 Sqn,         RAF
  57. 25/4/1944  02:40 Halifax IV./NJG 1 LG 35
  58. 27/4/1944  02:05 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 1km S Achtmaal Lancaster III (JB307) “GT-H” of             156 Sqn,      RAF
  59. 27/4/1944   02:18 Viermot IV./NJG 1 LG 38 Lancaster II (DS719) “LQ-U” of 408 Sqn, RAF
  60. 28/4/1944   01:30 Halifax IV./NJG 1 8km N Aubel Halifax V (LL258) “WL-W” of 434 Sqn,         RAF
  61. 28/4/1944   01:40 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 Verviers Halifax III (MZ588) “QO-W” of 432 Sqn, RAF
  62. 9/5/1944   03:34 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Near Grand-Reng Halifax III (LW594) “QO-G” of 432         Sqn,         RAF flown by P/O SA Hawkins, 3 killed, 2 POW, 2 evaded
  63. 13/5/1944  00:44  Halifax IV./NJG 1 Londerzeel Halifax III (LK883) “OW-E” of 426 Sqn, RAF         flown by F/O JH Black
  64. 13/5/1944 00:46 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 5km ENE Hasselt Halifax III (HX334) “NP-C” of 158 Sqn, RAF
  65. 13/5/1944 00:48 Halifax IV./NJG 1 Hoogstraaten Halifax III (LV919) “HD-O” of 466 Sqn, RAF
  66. 22/5/1944  01:34 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 3km S Mol
  67. 22/5/1944  01:51 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 3km NW Tongerooge Lancaster (DV309) “BQ-S” of 550 Sqn, RAF flown by W/C J Harris
  68. 23/5/1944  01:23 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 Near Neepelt Lancaster I (ME690) “AA-Z” of 75 Sqn, RAF
  69. 23/5/1944  01:36 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 Near Brecht Lancaster I (ME670) “HW-Q” of 100 Sqn, RAF
  70. 25/5/1944  01:15 Viermot IV./NJG 1 3km NW Eindhoven Halifax III (LK885) “MH-Z” of 51 Sqn, RAF
  71. 25/5/1944  01:18 Viermot IV./NJG 1 2km NNW Tilburg Halifax III (LW653) “NP-T” of 158 Sqn, RAF
  72. 25/5/1944  01:22 Viermot IV./NJG 1 1.5km W Goirle Halifax III (MZ622) “MP-L” of 76 Sqn, RAF
  73. 25/5/1944  01:25 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Dongen-Tilburg Halifax III (LW124) “AL-N” of 429 Sqn, RAF
  74. 25/5/1944  01:29 Viermot IV./NJG 1 7km SW Tilburg
  75. 13/6/1944  00:27 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Avennes les Auvert Lancaster II (DS772) “EQ-T” of 408 Sqn, RAF
  76. 13/6/1944  00:31 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Cambrai a/f Lancaster II (DS726) “EQ-Y” of 408 Sqn, RAF
  77. 13/6/1944  00:34 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Tilloy Lancaster II (DS688) “EQ-R” of 408 Sqn, RAF
  78. 16/6/1944  01:00 Viermot IV./NJG 1 N Arras  
  79. 17/6/1944  01:54 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Dreumel
  80. 17/6/1944  02:04 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Berkel Halifax III (NA524) “KN-F” of 77 Sqn, RAF
  81. 22/6/1944  01:25 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Valkenswaard Lancaster III (LM582) “KM-Q” of 44 Sqn, RAF
  82. 22/,354252522252526/1944  01:30 Viermot IV./NJG 1 2km S Meeuven Lancaster I (ME683) “EM-W” of 207 Sqn, RAF
  83. 22/6/1944  01:36 Viermot IV./NJG 1 5km S Opoerteren Lancaster III (LM434) “KM-F” of 44 Sqn, RAF
  84. 22/6/1944  02:05 Viermot IV./NJG 1 6km S Hamont Lancaster I (ME843) “LE-U” of 630 Sqn, RAF
  85. 21/7/1944  01:40 Lancaster IV./NJG 1 1.5km N Boxtel Lancaster I (LM183) “WP-L” of 90 Sqn, RAF
  86. 21/7/1944  01:51 Viermot IV./NJG 1 8km N Breda
  87. 29/7/1944  01:38 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Pforzheim Lancaster I (ME856) “PO-T” of 467 Sqn, RAF
  88. 29/7/1944  01:50 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Eutingen  
  89. 29/7/1944  01:57 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Malmsheim Lancaster I (ME778) “ZN-O” of 106 Sqn, RAF
  90. 13/8/1944  00:48 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Wasserliesch  
  91. 13/8/1944  01:09 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Werbomont Lancaster III (ND694) “F2-R” of 635 Sqn, RAF
  92. 13/8/1944   01:15 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Gouvy  
  93. 13/8/1944   01:19 Viermot IV./NJG 1 3km W Mons
  94. 12/9/1944   23:07 Viermot IV./NJG 1 Gemünden area  
  95. 23/9/1944   22:56 Viermot IV./NJG 1 JP-HP  
  96. 23/9/1944   23:10 Viermot IV./NJG 1 JO
  97. 23/9/1944   23:15 Viermot IV./NJG 1 HO-JO
  98. 23/9/1944   23:25 Viermot IV./NJG 1 JN-HN  
  99.  9/10/1944  20:32 Viermot IV./NJG 1 S Bochum
  100.  9/10/1944  20:55 Viermot IV./NJG 1 NE Bocholt  
  101.  6/11/1944   20:55  Viermot IV./NJG 1 KP-IP
  102.  6/11/1944   19:34 Viermot IV./NJG 1 KP-IP
  103.  6/11/1944   19:41 Viermot IV./NJG 1 KP-IP
  104. 21/11/1944  19:05 Viermot Stab/NJG 4 KP
  105. 21/11/1944  19:11 Viermot Stab/NJG 4 KP
  106. 12/12/1944  20:00 Viermot Stab/NJG 4 MO-LO
  107.  3/2/1945     21:09 Viermot Stab/NJG 4 LO
  108.  21/2/1945   01:53 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 MM-MN
  109.  21/2/1945   01:58 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 MM
  110.  21/2/1945   20:44 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 HQ-HP
  111.  21/2/1945   20:48 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 HP-HO
  112.  21/2/1945   20:51 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 HP-HO
  113.  21/2/1945   20:55 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 HP-HO
  114.  21.2.1945   20:58 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 IO-JN
  115.  21.2.1945   21:00 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 JN-KM
  116.  21.2.1945   21:03 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 KM-KL
  117.   3.3.1945    21:55 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 HQ
  118.   3.3.1945    22:04 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 HQ
  119.   7.3.1945    20:41 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 LR-MR
  120.   7.3.1945    20:47 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 LS-MS
  121.   7.3.1945    21:56 Lancaster Stab/NJG 4 GC-HC