Sabotage against the Grain & Feed Company’s shed 18-07-1942
The shed viewed from the Sdr. Kystværnsvej. The letters show the access points to the warehouse and are also shown on the outline of the building.
The facade towards Sønder Skraavej. The letters show the entrance ways to the warehouse and are showed also on the draft of the building.
Outline of the storage shed, On the outline you can find drawn the places where the other pictures are taken.
Special outline of the hotbed of the fire.
The hotbed of the fire in between the stacks of oak boards.
The hotbed of the fire in between the stacks of oak boards. The red arrow shows where the metal frame of the roof window of the warehouse was laying.
Charring on the floor near the hotbed. Based on this the police thought that there had been used a flammable liquid, most likely kerosene as means of ignition.
Bits and pieces of hacksaw blades found in the ashes. The hacksaw was very likely used to cut through the lock on one of the doors to the warehouse.
Fire set to the Grain & Feed Company’s shed D, which the Wehrmacht had rented for the storage of items such as oak planks. In the attack, petroleum was used as an igniter.
Mellem Søndre Kystværnsvej og Skråvej
Henry Mogensen og Jahnus Rahbæk
Henry Mogensen (FHM 14171)