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Old 24th June 2019, 21:11
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Is this too early to identify?

Hello,

I just got this nice lot and would like to know about his unit, but I have a feeling that it's too early.

What is your opinion?


Thank you,


Christian
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Old 25th June 2019, 13:16
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Re: Is this too early to identify?

Hello Christian,

on 26 March 1935 a training flight of a Junkers (Ju W34?) of the Fliegergruppe Gablingen ended with a crash on warehouses near the station Eichstätt. The pilot Artur Elmer and the Flugschüler Ernst Schropp and Max Fröhlich were killed.

Source: article „Der Tod flog anfangs immer mit“ in Donaukurier 25 Nov 2011

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Old 25th June 2019, 19:49
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Re: Is this too early to identify?

Mein lieber Leo!

This is no less than fantastic!! Thank you very very much.
Übrigens...on the back of the photo Artur Elmer is mentioned!

I hope I can help you one day, if you need anything.

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