Rudolf Hess-Plane & Squadron

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Rudolf Hess-Plane & Squadron

Post by Andy H » 10 Apr 2002 20:15

Just curious as to what plane Hess flew to in Britain and what unit was the plane from and what airfield did he fly from?

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Post by Heraklit » 11 Apr 2002 01:15

Jawohl Kemosabe!

1. Plane: Messerschmitt, Me 110, Fighter, specially equipped for long distant flight.

2. Plane's unit: Obtained directly from Willi Messerschmitt's Augsburg factory.

3. Airfield: Augsburg Flugplatz der Messerschmitt-Werke.

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Post by Andy H » 11 Apr 2002 19:41

Many thanks for the info.

Remember never to disclose my identity

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Post by panzertruppe2001 » 29 Apr 2004 18:53

The Me 110 was a model E that the British had no news of its existence. Hitler was worried by this too

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Post by mulisch » 29 Apr 2004 21:51

I think that you already know this, but pieces of the plane in wich Rudolf Hess was flying are now in the Imperial War Museum in London.

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