Aviation Archaeology Bulletin

Discussions on the equipment used by the Axis forces, apart from the things covered in the other sections. Hosted by Juha Tompuri
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Aviation Archaeology Bulletin

Post by Marcus » 14 Apr 2002 16:06

May 2000 - A Blohm & Voss 138 was recovered in Denmark.
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Aviation Archaeology is the study of airplane wrecks, or the remains of airfields and other aviation related items. Although most recoveries are being made of WW2 wrecks, there are interesting searches towards post or pre war accidents. This Bulletin might give you the latest details on this subject.

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Post by Andy H » 14 Apr 2002 16:19

Very interesting article and a new [page to be bookmarked for sure.

A bit unsure about the plane being sunk at an airshow in 1945. Do you think it was more of a technical trial rather than a traditional airshow?

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Post by Erich » 14 Apr 2002 17:33

Have any of you read through many of the UK magazine " Fly Past" ? many recoveries in progress.......

we are covering one soon in central Germany of a crashed Fw 190A-8/R-2 in which many of pieces are in incredible shape including the blue-black engine cowling and much of the engine.


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Post by Christian Ankerstjerne » 14 Apr 2002 17:55

Why haven't I heard of this? ;)


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