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Old 14th May 2018, 17:09
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From the same source (Danish National Museums)

Kastrup

Ju 88
http://samlinger.natmus.dk/FHM/asset/213654
http://samlinger.natmus.dk/FHM/asset/272344

Ju 88 A-12 DG+_I "70" of FFS B 34 (?!) was "opdaget i Lergravene" in St.Magleby area, an dispersal area for FlH Kastrup - near todays Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport (IATA: CPH, ICAO: EKCH)
Some structures still exist there (info: 1993) (note "DG+_I" can also be +_T") Colour dia of "70" from other side shows Yellow under cowlings and radiators. "White 70"

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Old 14th May 2018, 17:33
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From the same source (Danish National Museums)

Kastrup

Ju 88
http://samlinger.natmus.dk/FHM/asset/213654
http://samlinger.natmus.dk/FHM/asset/272344

Ju 88 A-12 DG+_I "70" of FFS B 34 (?!) was "opdaget i Lergravene" in St.Magleby area, an dispersal area for FlH Kastrup - near todays Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport (IATA: CPH, ICAO: EKCH)
Some structures still exist there (info: 1993) (note "DG+_I" can also be +_T") Colour dia of "70" from other side shows Yellow under cowlings and radiators. "White 70"

Many thanks Ed !

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Thanks for posting these, Marc.

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Thank you, Marc.





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Old 14th May 2018, 21:11
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D. B., edwest2 and Michiel,

You're most welcome. It is great to find from time to time new hoards of photos.

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Old 14th May 2018, 21:50
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Marc et al.,
Thank you for the great new photos and information.
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May I suggest you fill in tyske fly in the sog på samlinger track and trace line in top right corner?

You will then find quite a few German aircraft which has been missed out. Of course you will probably get everything already discovered by Marc (well done by the way )

You will pretty soon see a Heinkel 111 G (in colour) and an abandoned Fi 156 which has been redecorated by, by now, rather happy Danish citizens I presume

They of course range from the indifferent to the faultily identified ones, but in between there are some pretty gemstones.

For those interested in older stuff there are a couple of Etrich Tauben and quite a few French early birds as well. The Tauben photos are the best gems in my mind....

I will start my own search tomorrow....to tired....

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May I suggest you fill in tyske fly in the sog på samlinger track and trace line in top right corner?
You will then find quite a few German aircraft which has been missed out. Of course you will probably get everything already discovered by Marc (well done by the way )
You will pretty soon see a Heinkel 111 G (in colour) and an abandoned Fi 156 which has been redecorated by, by now, rather happy Danish citizens I presume
They of course range from the indifferent to the faultily identified ones, but in between there are some pretty gemstones.
For those interested in older stuff there are a couple of Etrich Tauben and quite a few French early birds as well. The Tauben photos are the best gems in my mind....
I will start my own search tomorrow....to tired....
Cheers
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Taube and Tyske fly aside. I understand the languages on both sides of original "The Brige" (and did not need text with Borgen), and used just "fly" as searchword long time ago today and found all Stig mentioned, also all them wreked Bv 138 color Dia shots at Köbenhavn.

http://samlinger.natmus.dk/search?q=fly

Besides : I can inform those of you who come across an USAAF marked B-17G lying on belly on very smooth white (Ice) field with an UC-64 Norseman beside it - shot taken from an C-46/47 then its not "island" but "Grönland" in background and East Coast near Skjöldungen to be exact. 42-97854 was on way to 390th BG in Britain, but got lost after very bad navigation (if any) but was lead in by Contract Carrier Curtiss C-46 Commando of NEA Capt. Dana (flight Narsasuaq to Keflavik Meeks Field weekly "Milk run" from Boston MA). No, that B-17 is not waiting there still with the key in the lock.
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