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Old 27th December 2018, 23:22
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

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Hi Marc,
Regarding your question #1, I’m at work away from my database files, but I can tell you that I have approximately eight other Erla-built Bf 109 G-10’s from within the 152 xxx series, and I believe all of them to be 152 0xx, i.e., below 152 100.
As to question #3, I believe the location to be Salzburg, Austria.
I will confirm the above when I get home.
Respectfully,
Steve Sheflin
Many thanks for your answers and leads, Steve; much appreciated. Looking forward for your further news.

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Old 28th December 2018, 12:48
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

Hello Marc,

as for the 152.xxx we have BAL for most a/c from 152.000 to 152.074. Then a gap followed by 152.375 to 152.395. All of them Bf 109 G-10/R6.

The 152.3xx Batch had its BAL very late in March 1945 and I did not find any more information on this birds with one exception: 152.377 was to be delivered from Leipzig Erla-Auslieferungslager to III./JG 300 on 14. April 1945 (Ultra HW5/692).

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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

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Hello Marc,

as for the 152.xxx we have BAL for most a/c from 152.000 to 152.074. Then a gap followed by 152.375 to 152.395. All of them Bf 109 G-10/R6.

The 152.3xx Batch had its BAL very late in March 1945 and I did not find any more information on this birds with one exception: 152.377 was to be delivered from Leipzig Erla-Auslieferungslager to III./JG 300 on 14. April 1945 (Ultra HW5/692).

Carl
Thank you Carl,

Some are thinking I'm at least a liar, or at worst a mythomaniac (or the contrary) even when I give your name as source.
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Old 28th December 2018, 16:43
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

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Hello Marc,

as for the 152.xxx we have BAL for most a/c from 152.000 to 152.074. Then a gap followed by 152.375 to 152.395. All of them Bf 109 G-10/R6.

The 152.3xx Batch had its BAL very late in March 1945 and I did not find any more information on this birds with one exception: 152.377 was to be delivered from Leipzig Erla-Auslieferungslager to III./JG 300 on 14. April 1945 (Ultra HW5/692).

Carl
Excellent Carl ! Many thanks for your insight.

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Old 28th December 2018, 22:08
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

Hello Marc,
Sorry to be late in getting back to you.
Following are the Bf 109 G-10/R6 from within the 152xxx WNr. block that I have documented so far.

152 011
152 016
152 023
152 027
152 033
152 036
152 040
152 043
152 046
152 053
152 055
152 056
152 057
152 058
152 063
152 069
152 073
152 077

I have three others that fit all the parameters of 155xxx aircraft, but for which I have no Werknummern.

Respectfully,
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Old 29th December 2018, 15:31
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

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Hello Marc,
Sorry to be late in getting back to you.
Following are the Bf 109 G-10/R6 from within the 152xxx WNr. block that I have documented so far.

152 011
152 016
152 023
152 027
152 033
152 036
152 040
152 043
152 046
152 053
152 055
152 056
152 057
152 058
152 063
152 069
152 073
152 077

I have three others that fit all the parameters of 155xxx aircraft, but for which I have no Werknummern.

Respectfully,
Steve Sheflin
Many thanks, Steve, for your thorough answer !

One interesting point Franck alerted us to is the fact presented by Carl we have ALSO this 20 planes in the W.Nr. 152 375 - 152 395 batch; this is a great complement to our background knowledge about latest Erla built G-10/R6's.

Cheers
Marc

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Old 29th December 2018, 16:25
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

CORRECTION: My last sentence should read 152xxx not 155xxx.
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Old 30th December 2018, 13:49
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

Hi there, Gang;

This photo is nagging: it rings a bell as I'm under the impression to have seen it already - maybe because of the double white cross painted on the propeller blade base. I just searched for more then one hour this Bf 109 G-14/AS or G-10 through my files, without success... See attachment and original link here:
http://www.tankdestroyer.net/images/...50-500-100.png

Original caption says: "Sgt. Warren J. Allen of Headquarters Company demonstrates his flying and shooting skills. Photo courtesy of Charles Wilts."

Any ideas about this particular machine ?

Thanks in advance.
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

do you have any bf 109 G14/AS still in factory or unachived after the war picture or not?

thanks for your answer
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Old 10th January 2019, 23:35
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Re: Late war Bf 109 pictures source

Hi there sgeorges4,

There are photos of Bf 109 G-14 in final assembly at Detmold, after 13 April 1945. None I know of is of the G-14/AS variant though.
https://www.flickr.com/photos/280920...57631642100122

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