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Flown as '''1H+MN''' by II./KG26,<ref name="LEMB Archive">{{LEMB Archive}}</ref> 0660 was captured at Lubeck, Germany. Initially designated '''Air Min 112,''' the aircraft later became '''VN874,''' and was scrapped at Gosport<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref> in November 1947.<ref name="LEMB Archive"/>
 
Flown as '''1H+MN''' by II./KG26,<ref name="LEMB Archive">{{LEMB Archive}}</ref> 0660 was captured at Lubeck, Germany. Initially designated '''Air Min 112,''' the aircraft later became '''VN874,''' and was scrapped at Gosport<ref>{{Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors}}</ref> in November 1947.<ref name="LEMB Archive"/>
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Revision as of 11:10, 8 July 2017

History

Flown as 1H+MN by II./KG26,[1] 0660 was captured at Lubeck, Germany. Initially designated Air Min 112, the aircraft later became VN874, and was scrapped at Gosport[2] in November 1947.[1]

Notes

  1. Listed on Luft Experten list as D-AKUU, the Dornier Do17 V10 prototype/Test aircraft with passenger seats - stkz RB+DK

Sources