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Junkers Pilots rescued

WA 1932
Wyndham Police Station and officers, Constable Gordon Marshall standing centre, c1930
Western Australia Police and WA Police Historical Society

The Wyndham Police Station launched a speedy rescue operation, organised by Sergeant John Flinders, when it was reported that a German Junkers aircraft Atlantis, on a promotional flight to Australia, had flown off course 161 kms north of Wyndham and had made a forced landing. Constable Gordon Marshall, with Special Constable Smith and Aboriginal trackers, travelled some 322 kms in 14 days through uncharted mountain ranges, ravines and crocodile-infested rivers before locating the aviators, who had been wandering lost for 45 days.Hans Bertram and Adolph Klauseman were found after an Aboriginal woman directed Marshall roughly to the spot. They were in bad condition, Klauseman delirious, but alive thanks to food supplied to them by local Aborigines. Flinders careful coordination and Marshalls knowledge of the rough terrain saved the pilots lives.

Launceston policewoman
Marshall's dog
Point duty
Rescue of German pilots
South Australian Police escort for aviator Charles Kingsford-Smith
Bill Wintle of the Defence Establishment Guard
Constable Littlejohn on transfer from Charlotte Waters with family
First Aid Team
Jervis Bay, port for Canberra