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  • Pair of internal engine parts from German Junkers JU87 Stuka dive bomber of 4/STG77 shot down on 22nd May 1940 during the Battle of France and the Low Countries.

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    This is a pair of engine parts which are a cogged bar end with drive shaft and looks like spark plug with connected pipework from the hart of the Jumo engine. The parts still retains some of its original colour but also been over painted partly to preserve they are a bit pitted and are 5-8 inches long and in nice clean condition they have been damaged by the impact of the crash and have been very well cleaned and are perfect for display or any collection and a rare bit of Ju87 Stuka Jumo engine. This engine parts were recovered from the crash site of German Junkers JU87 Stuka dive bomber of 4/STG77 it was shot down on 22nd May 1940 at 7.30pm by RAF fighters during the Battle of France and the Low Countries. The part comes with a A5 laminated information card with pictures.

    The plane was attacking traffic on the roads East of Saint Omer along with other Stukas when it was attacked by RAF Hurricanes of NO 151 Squadron it was shot down by Squadron leader Edward Mortlock Donaldson the Stuka crashed South of Cassel. The crew were Leutnant G.Kindermann and Unteroffizier H.Reichart both bailed out but were captured unhurt.

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