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 Hudson I  N7361


Aircraft Accident / Loss Entry

Date of Crash 11 Jun 40 Aircraft Name Hudson I Serial Number N7361
Unit 269 Sqdn Operating Airfield Country
Aircrew details
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Source Henk Welting's Database

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Citation AIR81 Casualty File Description Link
AIR81/850Leading Aircraftman J G Hepburn, Sergeant E B Lascelles and Sergeant A M S Brodie: prisoners of war. Leading Aircraftman E T D Machell: report of death; Hudson N7361 crashed at Trondheim Fjord, Norway, 11 June 1940. Note: With photographC14502656

Casualities in the CWGC Register for Hudson I N7361

Rank Name, Number, Trade & Details DateUnit Country Cemetery/Memorial & Loc Ref
SergeantEric Thomas Dods MACHELL (524148) Air Gunner Hudson I N7361  AIR81/850 1940-06-12269 Sqdn AIR27 NorwayTrondheim (Stavne) Cemetery

Prisoners of War for Hudson I N7361

RankName, NumberDetailsDate CapturedUnitPOW NoCamp
SgtAlexander Morrison Smith BRODIE (565699) Hudson I N7361
1940-06-11269 SqdnStalag Luft L6 Heydekrug
LACJames Gilbert HEPBURN (551354) Hudson I N7361
0000-00-00269 Sqdn
LACJames Gilbert HEPBURN (551354) Hudson I N7361
1940-06-11269 SqdnStalag Luft L6 Heydekrug
SgtErnest Bruce LASCELLES (580224) Hudson I N7361
1940-06-11269 SqdnStalag Luft L6 Heydekrug


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W/O Ernest Bruce Lascelles, 580224 RAFHello, I am looking for details about the death of W/O Ernest Bruce Lascelles, 580224 RAF. As far as I can see, he was lost without trace with a Warwick from 6 OTU on 13/11 1945. He was known to have been the pilot of Hudson N7361, UA-G from 269 Sqn. Survived a shot down into the Gaulosen Fjord (inlet), Norway on a mission 11/6 1940 to Trondheim Harbour, where Scharnhorst, cruisers and several German destroyers were anchored. Regards Finn Buch ....Read More.Argus on 30th March 2009 04:10:37
P/O MACHELL, Edward Bousfield 164428Hello all Can anyone give me any details for the loss of the above Pilot Officer, killed on May 19th 1944, and commemorated on the Ottawa Memorial. His brother Eric Thomas Dods Machell was killed in Hudson N7361 of 269 Sqn in Trondheim on June 15th 1940. Many thanks. Simon ....Read More.wwrsimon on 13th November 2011 12:35:34
451113 - Unaccounted Airwomen & Airmen - 13 - 11 - 1945No problem Malcolm. It was useful to have the Warwick crew actually listed in the newspaper reports. 580224 Ernest Bruce 'Leatherneck' Lascelles was an instructor with 6 Operational Training Unit RAF, and had been a P.o.W. after being shot down in Hudson N7361 UA-G of 269 Sqn on June 12th 1940: [I]Sergeant Lascelles' aircraft on 11th June, 1940, which carried out a bombing attack on the German battleship "Scharnhorst", two cruisers, and several destroyers anchored in the harbour at Trondheim. The attack was carried out in daylight and at extreme range for a Hudson aircraft. We were attacked by a number of enemy fighters and two of the aircraft in my formation were lost. In my opinion, it was probably due to the excellent combat carried out by the aircraft of which Sergeant Lascelles was the pilot that no more of the formation was shot down. It is reported that this N.C.O. on one occasion during the sortie attacked and destroyed an Me. 110 which was preparing to attack another aircraft in the formation. Sergeant Lascelles so skilfully manoeuvred his aircraft that his gunner was able to shoot down an Me. 109 and an Me. 110, thus greatly assisting his comrades in the formation. Finally, with his aircraft on fire, Sergeant Lascelles made a successful landing and was taken prisoner.[/I] See here for more info: [url]http://www.unithistories.com/officers/RAF_Decorations.html[/url] Regards Simoin ....Read More.wwrsimon on 17th September 2016 07:01:00
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