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edNorth 7th June 2016 15:51

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Quote:

Originally Posted by ChristianK (Post 219205)
According to Technical Intelligence Report No. E-34 (also quoted in Crandall's book) one Do 217 was captured at Ainring. I bet it's the one in these Ebay photos. EDIT: I just see that the same TI report mentions a Ju 88, equipped for carrying a V-1. Would love to see a shot of this one too.

Anyone here with copy of this report?

Best regards
Ed

Charles Bavarois 7th June 2016 21:23

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Hello Ed,

I got a copy of the report on Ainring,#E-14 dated 28th June 1945 which is also reproduced in Jerry Crandalls „Doras of the Galland Circus“.
It has three pages, mainly on the research institute itself, on buildings and experimental items found, among them a complete He 280 without jet-engines undergoing stress-tests.

The operational types found were only listed without any notes on subtypes, Werknummern or codes:
3 (?) ME 108
7 ME 109
3JU 87
5 JU 52
3 FW 190 (long nose)
4 HE 111
1 ME 110
1 DO 217
1 JU 88 (with attachment for carrying V-1)
5 Fiesler Storch (sic)
1 TE Transport (Siebel 204).

Published photos show that there were at least two Ar 96 trainers and four DFS 230 gliders around. I would like to see a photo of the Ju 88. Jerrys booklet is full of nice photos anyway!

HTH

Carl

Snautzer 7th June 2016 22:53

Re: eBAy: Captured german planes
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Charles Bavarois (Post 219391)

Published photos show that there were at least two Ar 96 trainers

HTH

Carl

trainer Ar96: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Original-WWI...cAAOSwqBJXVKQk

Steve Coates 8th June 2016 01:13

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If anybody wants a scan of TI Report E-14 please PM me with your e-mail address. My scan is too big to upload here.

Snautzer 14th June 2016 13:00

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FE-490/T2-490 Horten Ho229V-3 prob. known but a nice clear image

http://www.delcampe.net/page/item/id...anguage,D.html

Snautzer 14th June 2016 13:04

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http://www.delcampe.net/page/item/id...anguage,D.html

David E. Brown 15th June 2016 06:02

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Carl and Ed,

In addition to the above-noted machines, photos reveal that there were also the following:

Heinkel He 46 E “D-IHEA”
Klemm KL 31 “KO+AW”
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 D-9 "Red 3" (JV 44)
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 D-9 "Red 13" (JV 44)
Focke-Wulf Fw 190 A
Grunau "Baby"

Cheers,

David

Seaplanes 15th June 2016 10:48

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D-IHEA was a He 46E W.Nr. 877 first flown at EHF on 13. May 1935.

ChristianK 15th June 2016 11:24

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Hey David,
can you tell me where to find a photo of D-IHEA at Ainring revealing the code? This plane is visible in some of the photos I know, but sadly the code is readable in none of them..

Cheers,
Christian

Merlin 15th June 2016 11:41

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The Klemm should read KO+AW - as found for this plane in several log books.
KQ+AW was an Ar 76.


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