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Historical : Luftwaffe Last Updated: Apr 21st, 2015 - 23:52:06



FW190 Broken Eagles, 1945
By Malcolm Laird
May 1, 2009, 09:27

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Photos of various Fw190 "short nose" post war wrecks.

Lindsay Richards, RAAF WW2 collection


From Andrew Arthy; W.Nr 932 569 was an FW 190 F-8 built in August or September 1944 by Norddeutsche Dornier at Wismar... This photo is almost certainly at Fassberg near Hamberg, where 451 Squadron arrived on 13 September 1945, OR Wunsdorf near Hanover where 451 moved later in September until leaving for Berlin on 27 November 1945. (Lindsay Richards, RAAF WW2 collection)


From Andrew Arthy; W.Nr 933 257 is an FW 190 F-8 built by Norddeutsche Dornier at Wismar in late 1944. It was lost while serving with I./S.G. 151 on 22 January 1945. (Lindsay Richards, RAAF WW2 collection)


Lindsay Richards, RAAF WW2 collection


Lindsay Richards, RAAF WW2 collection


This photo is almost certainly at Fassberg near Hamberg, where 451 Squadron arrived on 13 September 1945, OR Wunsdorf near Hanover where 451 moved later in September until leaving for Berlin on 27 November 1945. (Lindsay Richards, RAAF WW2 collection)




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