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  • Coverage is exactly "Wehrmacht. Luftwaffe"

A page of news published in the Yorkshire Evening Press.
The German pilot, Johann Dreher, was likely to have shot down Jack Jones’s aircraft.

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A starboard side view of a He 111, on the ground.


First is Station Road and the second is Tattershall Road from the Mall. On the night of 16/17 August two parachute mines were dropped destroying the Royal Hydro Hotel and Winter Garden.

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Recalls German twin engine aircraft flying at very low level over Lincoln. He subsequently though it was a Ju-88. Adds some other wartime anecdotes. Includes b/w photograph of a JU-88.

Table with names of prisoner of war camps, location and map square.

Aircraft from 153 Squadron at Scampton. Describes crew and some history of the aircraft "P" Peter. Goes on to describe operation in detail from briefing, through the flight with navigation details, bombing and return to base. Saw no sign of Luftwaffe…

Rear quarter view of a large model of Lancaster CF-E in an office with desk, chair and model of a Me-110 in the background.

Gives personal details and has head and shoulders photograph. Notes at Stalag Luft 3, Oflag IX A.

Entitled 'Coventry'. Describes German air force attack on the city on 14 November 1940 giving detail of civilian damage and casualties. Compares it with bombing of Genoa and Turin which it claims as military. Includes photographs of damage to…

Map showing north Germany, Denmark, Netherlands, part of Belgium and France. Goes east to include Poland and parts of Lithuania. Symbols on map with legend on reverse. Symbols are of German air force aviation objects and defensive systems.

Silver eagle holding swastika in talons on blue background.

Waletr and Eric standing together. The image is annotated 'The crew of the Junkers 88 which shot us down. Walter Heidenrich (engineer) Eric Jung (Pilot) Headmaster of a school)'.

Walter shot down George's aircraft. This is his memoir of the action.

Map with handwritten annotations for some camps including Dulag Luft, Stalag Luft 1 (mistakenly labelled Stalag Luft II), Stalag Luft 3, Stalag Luft 6 and Stalag 8B

Newspaper cutting. The whole German fighter force operating over Normandy forced to operate from bases more that 130 miles away. Report that German propaganda about flying bombs wearing thin. Problems of German soldiers with lack of sleep in…

A crashed German Me 109 fighter aircraft. Two civilians are examining it.

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A view of a V-2 mounted on a launching trolley. A caption describes the development of the rocket.

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Photo 1 is a starboard side view of a flying Fl 182, an early helicopter.
Photo 2 is a starboard side view of a Fl 282 in a hangar. The 282 was a small observation helicopter.

Photo 1 is missing. The Si 202 was light sport aeroplane.
Photo 2 is a Si 204 viewed from above.
Photo 3 is a port side ground view of a Si204.

Two photographs are missing, only captions remaining. The Fh 104A was a five seat light transport with twin engines.
The Si 201 was a two seat observation post and Army co-operation monoplane.

Photo 1 is missing.
Photo 2 is a Go 244 high wing, twin engined troop and freight aircraft.

Photo 1 is the Go 145 biplane seen from the rear/starboard on the ground.
Photo 2 is the Ba 349, a vertically launched rocket powered fighter. It is seen here on its launch frame.

A starboard side ground view of the little swept wing jet test aircraft.

Photo 1 is a view of the front of the six engined transport aircraft.
Photo 2 is a port side ground view.
Photo 3 is a starboard side ground view.

This is a port side view of the high wing glider.
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