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Luftwaffe Radar site "TIGER Stellung" West-Terschelling



LUFTNACHRICHTEN-REGIMENT 201
Kommandeure OBstLt Fritz Nebel Oct. 1st 1942 until Sept. 2nd 1944
Stab formed Oct. 1st 1942 in Arhnem, Redesignated Sept. 2nd 1944 Stab Luftnachrichten-Regiment 223
Abteilung Formed
Oct. 1st 1942 in Leeuwarden, Redesignated Sept. 2nd 1944 Stab 1./ Luftnachrichten-Regiment 223

7./ Flugmelde-Leit Kompagnie             Renamed Sept.2th 1944               3./ Luftnachrichten-Regiment 223

                                                                                                       

STAB 1./ LUFTNACHRICHTEN-REGIMENT 223
Kommandeure Oberst. Paul-Christian Lüthje Sept. 2nd 1944 until Mei. 8th 1945
Stab formed Sept. 2nd 1944 in Enschede from Stab/LN-Rgt 211 and served under the 3.Jagddivision until the end.
Abteilung Formed Sept.2nd 1944 in Veendam, from Stab II./ Luftnachrichten-Regiment 201

3./ Mittlere Leit Flugmelde Kompagnie            from                7./ Luftnachrichten-Regiment 201
, also controlled Schwere Fernflugmelde ZUG zb V 52

                                                              


L-410A "Unterstand mit aufgesetzten Geschutzstand 2cm / 3.7cm Flak mit Zugbefehlstelle" G23


Gas Schleusse, Vor verteidigung/ Gas Lock, Forward defence



Munition raum / Ammunition room


Heiz und Lufter raum / Heating and ventilation space



Führer raum / Leader room


Befehlsstelle / Command post


Bereitschafts raum 9 Mann. / Ready room 9 pax





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Küvertype 408 Boden-bord Funkstelle G63 Prison

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Küvertype 424 Seeburg bunker

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Luftgau-Nachrichten-Regiment Holland
Kommandeure Oberst Helmut Jordan Jul 1st 1940 until Mar 1942, Oberst Harry Afheldt Apr 1st 1941 until Jun 1942, Oberst Walter Popp Jul. 1st 1942
Stab formed Jul. 1940 in Amsterdam, Renamed Stab/Luftnachrichten-Regiment 57
Abteilung Formed Jul 1940 in Amsterdam from Stab II./Luftgau-Nachrichten-Regiment 1.
Renamed Oct.1941 Stab/Luftnachrichten-Abteilung 51.

21. schwere Flugmelde-Kompanie               Apr 1941 renamed Oct. 1941               3./Luftnachrichten-Abteilung 51

                                                                                                       

Luftnachrichten-Abteilung 51
Formed Oct 1941(?) in Gilze Rijen(?) with:

3./Luftnachrichten-Abteilung 51                            from                                   21./ Luftgau-Nachrichten-Regiment Holland
3./Luftnachrichten-Abteilung51 had 2 Freya and 1 Würzburg radars.

3./Luftnachrichten-Abteilung51 was disbanded Oct. 1942

                                                              


L-487 "BERTHA" G52

In this huge L-487(G52)bunker "Bertha" the Luftwaffe collected radar data of the Wassermann, like that of the Freya radar and the
two Wurzburg Riese tracking radars that were on the Tiger.

No.1 - Central Command Area (press 1 for pictures)
No.2 - Room for plotters "Seeburgtische" (press 2 for pictures)
No.3 - JLO "Jagerleitofficer standing infront "Seeburgtische"
No.4 - "Seeburgtische" with surrounding stands
No.5 - Matt glass map of northern airspace
No.6 - Plotters with lightpoint (press 6 for pictures)
No.7 - Bordes JLO assistants RADIO- and FLAK Officers
No.8 - Evaluation data Radar stations
No.9 - Evaluation data Fluko and other stands
No.10 - Field telephone central
No.11 - Interoffice telephone Radar stations
No.12 - Radio receive and transmit space


 CENTRAL COMMAND AREA  ROOM FOR PLOTTERS 'SEEBURGTISCHE'  JLO 'JAGERLEITOFFICER' STANDING INFRONT 'SEEBURGTISCHE'  'SEEBURGTISCHE' WITH SURROUNDING STANDS  MATT GLASS MAP OF NORTHERN AIRSPACE  PLOTTERS WITH LIGHTPOINT  BORDES JLO ASSISTANTS RADIO OFFICERS AND FLAK OFFICERS  ENTRANCE EMERGENCY GENERATOR


No.13 - Entrance emergency generator(press 13 for pictures)
No.14 - JLO "Jagerleitofficer" room with shot hole
No.15 - Staircase
No.16 - Entrance staff
No.17 - Gas lock
No.18 - Entrance JLO "Jagerleitofficer"
No.19 - periscope
No.20 - Tobruk garrison
No.21 - map "Luftgau Holland"
No.22 - Interoffice telephone (partially visible)
No.23 - Total off 4 troops stay in basement
No.24 - 2 meter thick reinforced concrete



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Military aircraft losses during WWII West fryslan & and islands 1940-1945

Vickers Wellington MK.II Z8370/PH-Y RAF No.12sq RAF Airbase Binbrook, Lincolnshire UK
On 20-01-1942 Intercepted and damaged by OBLT Ludwig Becker and Crew from the 6.NJG.2 "Fliegerhorst" Leeuwarden.
Made a belly landing on the beach at the east side of the "Boschplaat" Terschelling.
Crew Vickers Wellingon
K.I.A: Fl.Sgt E.J.R. Fowler (Co Pilot), Sgt W. Rutherford (Reargunner)
P.O.W: G.W.H. Groves (Warrent officer), P/O P.R. Ross (Observer RNZAAF), Fl.Lt W.H. Thallon (Pilot), Fl.Sgt F.W. Walker (Airgunner)




Abbreviations -
FLAK Flug of Fliegerabwehrkanone Flight of antiaircraft gun
Küver bunker Küsten Verteidigungsbunker Coasts Defense Bunker
ST Standig mit Eisenstahlbeton With iron steel reinforced concrete


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