Mönchen-Gladbach-Rheydt

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(DE) (51.10.50 N 06.23.35 E)

General: 4 km west of Mönchen-Gladbach. 1927 civil landing ground. 1932 Flughafen II. 1936 Fliegerhorst.

History:17 Jan 1945 – Koluft Dusseldorf requested immediate allocation of fuel for the airfields motor transport, this was urgently needed by the end of the month.[1]

Remarks: Codename “Oder”. Allied Code “Y56”

References

  1. Ultra T.432/76

Fliegerhorst und Einsatzhafen der Luftwaffe - Ries & Dierich

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