Section of Heinkel He 111 fuselage
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- FULL NAME: Section of Heinkel He 111 fuselage
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Section of fuselage from a German Heinkel 111 aircraft which was shot down over Hunsdon, Hertfordshire, on 30 August 1940. It was salvaged by 334 Searchlight Battery, Royal Artillery.
On 30 August 1940, Heinkel He 111H-2 (2624) of 7/KG53 was shot down by repeated attacks by Hurricanes during an attack on Radlett. It crash-landed near the Rectory at Hunsdon at 4.30pm.
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Heinkel 111 shot down at Hunsdon, Herts.
August 30, 1940.
Salved by 334 S.L. Battery R.A.
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