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  • Glass framed aluminium airframe section clean with green paintwork remains from RAF Mosquito DK325 shot down on 25th September 1942 on raid over Oslo in Norway

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    This is a section of aluminium airframe which has ripped and bent in the crash it has been nicely cleaned still with some original green paintwork it is perfect for display and it has been mounted in to a glass fronted box frame with plane and crash information and pictures the frame is 13 inches by 11 inches in size.The part comes from RAF Mosquito DK325 shot down on 25th September 1942 on raid on the Gestapo headquarters building in Oslo in Norway. A very nice rare condition part from the famous battle of Britain and RAF Hurricane already to hang on the wall or stand on display.

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    RAF Mosquito work number DK325 of 105 squadron shot down during raid over Norway on the 25th September 1942

    The plane attacked the Gestapo headquarters building in Oslo in Norway on the 25th September 1942 the mosquito was shot down by German focke wulf 190’s over Oslofjord. Both pilots flight Sargent G.K Carter and Sargent W.S Young both airman are buried in Oslo Western Civil Cemetery.


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