A rather large number of Danish men and women joined the air forces during the Second World War. Many paid the ultimate price. This site commemorates these young people. Read one of the profiles, articles or more about the site.
Charles Marinus Sundby is one of the Danish officers, who escapes Denmark in order to join the allied air forces. In late 1940, he joins the Royal Canadian Air Force and serves as a flight instructor for a year and a half. He then flies aircraft over the Atlantic. In late, 1942 he joins the China National Aviation Corporation and flies over the Himalayes about 600 times to deliver war supplies and troops from India to China. He is killed in a flying accident in 1948.
During the Second World War an ambulance was donated to the R.N.Z.A.F. by the Danish Association in New Zealand. A number of photographs in the collection of the Royal Danish Library document the event, but I have no other information.