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  • Radio part with markings and dial face part with markings recovered from Junkers ju88 bomber number 317 shot down 16th October 1940 which crashed in Essex

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    This is a very rare find from the crash site of a Battle of Britain German bomber. This is a radio part which is a front face with electrical part attached with markings still fairly clear there is also a dial face outer rim again with markings clear to see they have been very well cleaned they retain a lot of original colours and are perfect for display or any collection and are 3-5 inches long. These cockpit parts were recovered from Junkers ju88 bomber number 317 shot down 16th October 1940 which crashed in Essex .These parts come with a A5 laminated information card with pictures.

    German Junkers Ju88 bomber work number 317 which was on the 16th October 1940 this aircraft was on a bombing raid over London but before it got there it crashed in a very large explosion and burned out in the Village of Much Hadham near Bishops stortford Church in Essex .All the crew were killed they were Hauptmann Erich Hass, Feldwebel Josef Kessels, Feldwebel Gunther Suhr and war correspondant Anton Doppelfeld.

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