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Old 5th August 2018, 13:03
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Hypothese on a Belgian Bodenplatte crash-site

For a clear understanding, the attached document is my personal hypothese. The chance that this hypothese can be proved these days is very small.

I thank you all in advance for your constructive opinions and remarks.
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Old 9th September 2018, 17:50
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Re: Hypothese on a Belgian Bodenplatte crash-site

Hello.
Your research is commendable. The crash site finding in aerial photos and in relation with the slag heaps seems solid. The tail section is a 109K. This community needs more people like you. Good work!
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Old 10th September 2018, 22:50
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Re: Hypothese on a Belgian Bodenplatte crash-site

Nice to hear! Thanks.
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Excellent!

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Old 11th January 2019, 22:49
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Re: Hypothese on a Belgian Bodenplatte crash-site

Notice that the location mentioned in the attached file is not correct. A new location is found 1500m away. The reason for this is that some slagheaps in the region disappeared, while others appeared. I found this out while regarding aerial pictures from several periods... For pictures of aircraft-parts found on the new location: see my new thread "Axis inspection stamps?". A confirmation is needed that these parts are from a Bf109K to link the crashsite to the pictures. Not an easy task...
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