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Arado Ar.234 Blitz - Germany (Nazi)

Ar.234B-2
Serial: T9+DH (W.Nr.140142)
Unit: Sonderkommando Sommer

Pilot - Lt.Gniesmer (shot down on 11th April 1945). Campoformido, April 1945. Colours appear to be one of the two standard Arado schemes - RLM81 Braunvioiet and RLM82 Dunkeigriin over RLM76 Hellgrau, in this case.


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Arado Ar.234 Blitz - Germany (Nazi) | Ar.234B-2 | Sonderkommando Sommer | T9+DH (W.Nr.140142)


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Arado Ar.234 Blitz - Germany (Nazi) | Ar.234B-2 | Sonderkommando Sommer | T9+DH (W.Nr.140142)

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