Spitfire and pilot from the Norwegian ww2 332 sq.

Spitfire and pilot from the Norwegian 332 sq.

Wilhelm Mohr with his personal Mk C, EP177. Mohr commanded 332 Squadron during 1942. He was injured during the Dieppe raid. Mohr survived the war.

Wilhelm Mohr with his personal Mk C, Mohr commanded 332 Squadron during He was injured during the Dieppe raid. Mohr survived the war.

Norwegian pilots of the No. 331 Squadron, Royal Air Force posing with a Supermarine Spitfire at the North Weald Airfield.

Norwegian pilots of the No. 331 Squadron, Royal Air Force posing with a Supermarine Spitfire at the North Weald Airfield.

Marius Eriksen, 332 Squadron. One of the Norwegians best pilot, if not THE best pilot. He was shot down in 1943 and remained POW until the end of the war. He passed way in 2009.

One of the Norwegians best pilot, if not THE best pilot. He was shot down in 1943 and remained POW until the end of the war. He passed way in

Norwegian fighter pilot Martin Gran (1917 - 2004) of No. 332 Squadron in the cockpit of a Supermarine Spitfire.

Norwegian fighter pilot (Norwegian) Squadron RAF British GP Martin (Martin Gran, 1917 - in the cockpit of a fighter 'Spitfire' (Supermarine Spitfire).

Most of 332 Squadron pilots at North Weald, winter of 42-43.

Most of 332 Squadron pilots at North Weald, winter of

Most of 332 Squadron pilots at North Weald, winter of 42-43.

Most of 332 Squadron pilots at North Weald, winter of

Svein Heglund and Rolf Arne Berg, 331 Squadron, North Weald 1943. Heglund and Berg became one of the top fighter pilots from Norway in WW2. Heglund survived the war, Berg was KIA in Feb 1945.

Svein Heglund and Rolf Arne Berg, 331 Squadron, North Weald Heglund and Berg became one of the top fighter pilots from Norway in Heglund survived the war, Berg was KIA in Feb

331 Squadron. Most of Norway's Merchant Navy avoided falling under German control and more than 1000 ships (a tonnage of more than 4 mill. tons) could sail for Great Britain and her Allies. Income for the Merchant Navy made it possible for the Norwegian Government to build up an Air Force abroad.

331 Squadron. Most of Norway's Merchant Navy avoided falling under German control and more than 1000 ships (a tonnage of more than 4 mill. tons) could sail for Great Britain and her Allies. Income for the Merchant Navy made it possible for the Norwegian Government to build up an Air Force abroad.

Leif Lundsten, "Luden" amongst friends. Escaped Norway and became part of "the first fighter wing" of Norwegians arriving in the UK in 1941. Stayed on with 331 squadron. Became a flight leader with 331, and flew over 100 missions. Flew over 300 Spitfires a test pilot in 1943 (mostly VIII's and XI's). Shot down by friendly fire over Utah beach 09.06.1944, then as Squadron leader for 331 squadron. Was never found. Engaged to Sheila Lee from London at the time of his death.

Leif Lundsten, "Luden" amongst friends. Escaped Norway and became part of "the first fighter wing" of Norwegians arriving in the UK in 1941. Stayed on with 331 squadron. Became a flight leader with 331, and flew over 100 missions. Flew over 300 Spitfires a test pilot in 1943 (mostly VIII's and XI's). Shot down by friendly fire over Utah beach 09.06.1944, then as Squadron leader for 331 squadron. Was never found. Engaged to Sheila Lee from London at the time of his death.

Egil Hagen, Østre Toten

Egil Hagen, Østre Toten

Kaj Birksted, Arne Austeen, Werner Christie, Nils Jørstad, mars 1944

Kaj Birksted, Arne Austeen, Werner Christie, Nils Jørstad, mars 1944

#330 Norwegian Squadron Formed at Reykjavik on 25 April 1941 from Norwegian personnel, who had managed to escape from Norway and then undergone training in Canada. They initially flew with RAF Sunderland crews but in May the aircraft ordered by the Norwegian government arrived in the form of Northrop N-3PB seaplanes.Anti-submarine operations began on 23 June and from July a detachment was operated from Akureyi.

#330 Norwegian Squadron Formed at Reykjavik on 25 April 1941 from Norwegian personnel, who had managed to escape from Norway and then undergone training in Canada. They initially flew with RAF Sunderland crews but in May the aircraft ordered by the Norwegian government arrived in the form of Northrop N-3PB seaplanes.Anti-submarine operations began on 23 June and from July a detachment was operated from Akureyi.

Helner Grundt-Spang

Helner Grundt-Spang

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