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  • Large electrical plug socket with part numbers and paintwork from German Heinkel He 111 bomber work number 2624,shot down 14th of August 1940 it crashed landed with all crew taken prisoner at Border house farm near Chester

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    This is a large electrical plug socket with maker markings and part number all very clear to see also with bakerite plug and wiring attached. The plug is a mag allow made outer case it is a bit damaged from the impact of the crash and has some clear to see blue and green paintwork remains it has been very nicely cleaned and is in very solid condition and a nice and a nice one for the collection perfect for display the plug is 8 inches long and 2 inches wide in size. The plug comes from German Heinkel He 111 bomber work number 2624 which was shot down on the 14th of August 1940 while attacking Hawarden airfield. The bomber was intercepted by RAF Hurricanes of number 213 squadron and Spitfires of number 7 squadron. The plane crashed landed at 9pm with all crew taken prisoner at Border house farm near Chester. The part comes with A5 laminated information card with pictures.

    The plane was shot down by Wing Commander J.Hallings-Pott also Squadron Leader J.McLean and Pilot Officer P.Ayerst. The crew taken Prisoner were Oberleutnant A.Wiesemann,Feldwebel H.Rodder,Unteroffizier W.Schaum also Unteroffizier G.Ullmann and Unteroffizier H.Kochy.

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