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  • Internal pipework block with original red paintwork remains nice solid relic condition with metal fittings from German V2 rocket crashed in to Woodland near the Village of Burwash in Sussex on the 28th November 1944

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    This is a very rare internal part from the very famous German V2 rocket fired at England. This a large internal pipework block section which has a pair of steel fitting on one end and has some remains of red undercoat paintwork which has turned orange over time it is rusty and with some rust holes and very solid it is in relic condition but not braking up or crumbling it has been very well cleaned and is perfect for display or any collection and a nice part at 7 inches long by 6 inches wide. The part was recovered from the crash site of the German V2 rocket crashed in to Woodland near the Village of Burwash in Sussex on the 28th November 1944.A very rare to find especially in this condition from a German V2 rocket fired at Great Britain during hart of Hitlers rocket offensive late in the war which comes with 2x A5 laminated information cards with photos.

    Group of parts from German V2 rocket fired by battery 444 from site 96 at 23.28pm on Tuesday 28th November 1944.The rocket went off target and crashed and impacted in to Woodland near the Village of Burwash in Sussex at 23.35pm that night which is now incident number 274.The parts were recovered from the woods in the 1980’s.

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    V-2 rockets in pictures, 1944-1945