Relics from the Front Since 2010
  • Glass framed engine parts and bullet heads from a JU88A-4 bomber shot down over South East England on 13 August 1940 in Swanbourne Lake

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    This is nicely glass framed collection of engine parts and 7.92mm bullet heads from German Junkers Ju88A-4 bomber of KG54 which was on a raid over South East England when it was shot down at 6.30am on the 13th August 194 crashing into Swanbourne Lake in Arundel.

    The Ju88 bomber which was on a raid to bomb Farnborough when it came under attack by RAF Hurricanes of 43 Squadron and 601 Squadron.

    The plane crashed at Swanbourne Lake in Arundel. The crew were Hauptmann A.W Strauch bailed out but was found badly wounded and died in hospital two days later.

    Oberleutnant H.Rose, Unteroffizier H.Scholz both bailed out and were captured un hurt. Feldwabel W.Bickel also bailed out but was killed. Both crew man who died that day are buried nearby

    The parts have been nicely cleaned and mounted in to a glass fronted box frame with plane and crash information and pictures. The frame is 12 inches by 9 inches in size.

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