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Old 12th June 2019, 17:25
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Re: eBAy: Captured german planes

Post #1923: note the Italian petrol drums (marked "R. AERONAUTICA")

Post #1928: Is that Ju 88 one of the ones put into French service in 1944–45?

Post #1929: Bf 109 of Herbert Maxis, IV./JG 53, shot down during Bodenplatte. This incident has come up in a few past threads.
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This photo is NOT for sale but only used as info.


https://www.ebay.com/itm/GERMAN-LUFT...gAAOSwRWtc~6aP

AAB N°70 (A-4) pictured at CEAM Mont-de-Marsan, with Center's B-26 in background, former machine of EPS 1/81 (Tunisia, February to October 1946). The photo is taken during 1947.
At CEAM from October 1946. Accidented 4/04/47 at Cazaux.
Back to CEAM 03/1948 and reformed 27/10/1949.
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Post #1928: Is that Ju 88 one of the ones put into French service in 1944–45?
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Post #1922 : What about "Mühlhausen-Delle" ; where is it ?

Post #1929: most of these photos are pages 234 & 235 of Bodenplatte: The Luftwaffe's Last Hope : the Attack on Allied Airfields New Year's by Putz/Manrho

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Re: Post # 1687
Thank you Rudi for these fine photos. I have been studying this aircraft (AM52) for years, but must admit I have dropped the ball lately and been away for some time.
The A/C was shipped in 1947 from RCAF Rockcliffe in Ontario to RCAF Downsview. In 1948 it was displayed once at RCAF Air Force Day at the Staff College in Toronto then again at the Canadian National Exhibition, Toronto in August 1948. Information regarding transit from UK to Canada and RCAF stations was obtained by researcher Lee Walsh from documents at the National Archives in Canada. Along with the A/C 7 Jumo 004 engines were shipped from UK for testing purposes at the National Research Council. None of the A/C were to be considered to be made airworthy and only for study and demonstration purposes. It's ultimate fate and Wk Nr still to be positively determined.
Best Regards and thanks once again for these fine photos.

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Post #1922 : What about "Mühlhausen-Delle" ; where is it ?

Post #1929: most of these photos are pages 234 & 235 of Bodenplatte: The Luftwaffe's Last Hope : the Attack on Allied Airfields New Year's by Putz/Manrho

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Post 1922: Delle is the border village with Switzerland; on the Swiss side you have Boncourt JU. Check Google Maps

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Ok thanks ; I understand I must read Mulhouse and the village of Delle both in France. It is not a "Mühlhausen" town in Germany

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Left a confusion since Mulhouse in French is written Mülhausen in German; with only one "H" AFTER the "L". Not Mühlhausen.
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