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  • Large clean airframe Panel from German stuka dive bomber work number 5956 shot down on Operation Barbarossa on the 26th June 1941 and crashed in Finland

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    This is a large aluminium very clean airframe Panel which is a complete panel. The panel has bent up partly by the impact of the crash it is very solid not braking up or falling apart and have been nicely cleaned and is perfect for display or any collection and a large size at 9-12 inches long. The panel was recovered from German stuka dive bomber work number 5956 and has plane code CB+PZ which was shot down on the 26th June 1941 and crashed in Finland. The part comes with a A5 laminated information sheet from the German stuka dive bomber which was shot down during Operation Barbarossa by a Russian fighter on the 26th June 1941 and crashed in Finland just over border from Russia.

    Operation Barbarossa was the name given to Germany’s invasion of Russia on June 22nd 1941. Barbarossa the largest military attack of World War Two and was to have appalling consequences for the Russian people. Operation Barbarossa was based on a massive attack based on blitzkrieg. Three army groups attacked Russia on June 22nd 1941. Army Group North, led by von Leeb, Army Group Centre, commanded by von Bock and Army Group South commanded by von Rundstedt. This aircraft would have been in Army group North part of Luftflotte 1.

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