Date: 1940 Jul 02/02 A/C Type: Blenheim IV SN: P6895 Code: UX-H A/C Nickname:
 File:  380 Airforce: RAF Sqn/Unit: 82 Sqn Mission/Raid: Dortmund-Ems Canal
1 Pilot Sqn Ldr Hurll Fontayne Chester 9    
2 WO/AG Sgt. Robert J. McAllister 10    
3 Observer Sgt. Herbert Histon 11    
4     12    
5     13    
6     14    
7     15    
8     16                    

Daylight raid. Shot down by two Me-109's. Belly landing in meadow. A source mentiones one Me-109 shot the men when they
stepped out the aircraft on the ground. Another source says that the fuel tank exploded. All 3 KIA. Buried Veenhuizen.

See our site page file on Cemetery Veenhuizen (with photos). Veenhuizen is north-east of Heerhugowaard. 
Probably one of the most remote and least visited airwar grave sites in the Netherlands.

File on Cemetery Veenhuizen:

© ZZairwar (Zuyder Zee Air War)