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Old 5th February 2018, 17:03
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

That's what I read too. 335 442. But my WNr. sources end's earlier. Prien -335 300; Schmoll - 335 220. Did we got documented numbers above 300 for 335 xxx?
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

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Thanks for these great photos!

W.Nr. is 335442, and as Falcon said, rudder is indeed broken, not painted with a triangle
Hi there Jasate and Falcon,

W.Nr. : if confirmed, 335 442 would join up with 335 800, found in Munich as the highest W.Nr. recorded for Mtt : http://www.flickr.com/photos/2809206...otolist-8Tcxj8

As for the rudder white triangle, take a moment to check out the photo: the rear of the rudder is broken alright, but the white wedge on the top of the rudder is clearly there, and not due to the dent.

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As for the rudder white triangle, take a moment to check out the photo: the rear of the rudder is broken alright, but the white wedge on the top of the rudder is clearly there, and not due to the dent.

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It does indeed appear to be there.
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

hi there Gang,

Possibly an new photo from NAGr. 1 Bf 109 G-8 whilst being stationed at Niedermendingen, late December 1944:
http://www.ebay.de/itm/Foto-Flieger-...8AAOSw6qda4LQg

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