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  • Large group of fantastic condition well cleaned airframe, large structure section and engine parts with paintwork remains from German Dornier 17 bomber work number 3294 shot down on 15th September 1940 and crashed at Laindon Hills in Billericay

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    This is a large group of airframe and engine parts which are 2 aluminium air frame sections one still with original black paintwork not that clear to see also a large structure section 3 parts still bolted together and an engine part all rusty and a section  of engine wiring loom the parts are a big size for battle of Britain German bomber. All the parts have ripped and bent by the impact of the crash they have been very well cleaned to show so much original paintwork and colour they really are lovely condition for smashed relics they are perfect for display or any collection the parts are 3-14  inches long in size and very rare to get such a large group of parts from a battle of Britain German bomber. This group of parts has been recovered from German Dornier 17 bomber work number 3294 shot down on 15th September 1940 and crashed at Laindon Hills in Billericay .A very nice group of parts from the famous battle of Britain and German Dornier 17 bomber shot down on the most famous day of the battle and it comes with a A5 laminated information sheet.

    This plane of 4/KG3 was on the mass bomber raid on London the largest during the Battle of Britain.it was intercepted and Shot down by RAF fighters there was Pilot Officer A.E Johnson of number 46 squadron also Pilot officers H.P Hill and D.G Williams of number 92 squadron also Pilot Officer R..G.A Barclay of number 249 squadron. The plane Crashed with its petrol tanks on fire and exploded in Gladstone Road Laindon Hills in Billericay.

    The crew of the Dornier were Leutnant K.Dulmer also Unteroffizier H.maskolus and Feldwebel A.Vogel all believed to have attempted to bale out but all were killed Unteroffizier G.Friebe did bale out and captured unhurt.

    On Sunday, 15 September 1940, the Luftwaffe launched its largest and most concentrated attack against London in the hope of drawing out the RAF into a battle of annihilation. Around 1,500 aircraft took part in the air battles which lasted until dusk. The action was the climax of the Battle of Britain. This day is now known as Battle of Britain Day and is the most famous day of the battle.

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