This is a very rare and a real one off item which is a complete propellor hub which is complete but has been cut in to 2 half's to remove the blades.This heavy lump of engine which has pretty much all of its original colour and has clear to see part numbers on it the part has smashed and ripped a bit by the impact of the crash but nothing to bad it is still very solid not braking up at all it has been very nicely cleaned with its nice shiny finish and is a lovely bit of aircraft perfect for display or any collection it is very heavy and is around 20 inches wide in size. This is a fantastic part comes from German Focke wulf 190 work number 789 of Stab JG26, shot down by RAF Ace Pierre Clostermann over France on the 27th August 1943. This lovely condition part comes with 3xA5 laminated information sheets with picture and details.
The Pilot was Unteroffizier H.Krieg he was born 15th June 1920 he was killed when the aircraft was shot down by and crashed at St Pol Mardyck in Pas de Calais. The combat took place during Ramrod S.8 while the RAF Spitfires were escorting Flying Fortresses on the first daylight raid to Blockhaus d’Eperlecques which was a V2 rocket facility. This focke wulf 190 was shot down by French ace Pierre Clostermann in his spitfire of 341 squadron based at Biggin Hill it was his 4th victory.
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