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hi,

another photo of "white e" was published in jet & prop photo archive no 6. it says that the photo was taken at ebendorf...

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Hi everyone,
Did anyone manage to obtain this pic to guard it for posterity?
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Thank you Rudi,
very interesting is the Ju 88 G-6, "White A". Camouflage and markings look the same as "White E" sold some days ago. Maybe from the same Geschwader? Although the photograph has a bad quality you can see the ETC's at the bottom of te wings.
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Thanks Jim, I knew I have seen this one before I think this is even a G-6 variant, by the way. In the J&P photo you can see the G-style tailplane (as well as another plane of apparently the same unit, coded "A"). I think this might be one the few night-fighters used as ground-attack airplanes in the last weeks of the war. A rare bird indeed.

But I am puzzled as to the location of "Ebendorf". There was no german air base with this name. There is an Ebendorf west of Magdeburg, but this is not close to any known Fliegerhorst. Can someone shed any light on this?
With the latest find, I think we can now identify the location: it was not "Ebendorf", but Dedelstorf. Walter Bohatsch's Me 262 'White 4' was found at Dedelstorf.
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