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  • Electrical connector or junction box from German Heinkel He 111H-3 work number 5680 the plane dumped its bombs and force landed in Burmarsh at 4.00pm on 11th September 1940 during Battle of Britain.

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    This is a electrical connector or junction box which is very rusty with no real paint remains it does have the imprint of where the label was. The parts has smashed and damaged by the impact of the crash but is still solid not braking up or falling apart it has been nicely cleaned they would clean up more it is perfect for display or any collection and is 6 inches long. The part comes from German Heinkel He 111H-3 work number 5680 the plane dumped its bombs and force landed in Burmarsh at 4.00pm on 11th September 1940 during Battle of Britain. The parts come with a A5 laminated information card with pictures. This part was in the Blake Hall Airscene museum in Essex collection until it shut down in 2007 and a lot of the items were sold off at auction.

    The plane was damaged by AA fire and then attacked by fighters including pilot officer T.S Wade and pilot D.G Williams of NO 92 squadron during sortie to bomb London Docks. The plane was set alight by the crew and burned out Feldwebel.H.Dreyer and Uunteroffizier H.Stirnemann,Feldwebel H.Friedrich and Unteroffizier K.Hofmann all bailed out and captured unhurt.

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    Heinkel He 111 - Wikipedia