German Bf 109 fighter after force-landing on a French beach, 1940-1941; this might have been Hans-Joachim Marseille's fighter that crashed on 28 Sep 1940

Caption   German Bf 109 fighter after force-landing on a French beach, 1940-1941; this might have been Hans-Joachim Marseille's fighter that crashed on 28 Sep 1940 ww2dbase
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Source    ww2dbaseGerman Federal Archive
Identification Code   Bild 101I-344-0741-30
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Bf 109   Main article  Photos  
Hans-Joachim Marseille   Main article  Photos  
Photos on Same Day 28 Sep 1940
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 26 Jun 2010

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
27 Aug 2010 02:57:15 PM

Any landing you can walk away from,is a good landing. This pilot made it back to France
after combat with the RAF over England.

During the Battle of Britain the Bf 109's
had little more than 20 minutes combat time over England when the red fuel light came on
it was time to head back to France.
The Luftwaffe lost many of its Bf 109's due
to running out of fuel.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
28 Aug 2010 10:59:31 AM

The Bf 109's were ordered to keep close
escort of the bombers. The 109 had short
range enough for only 20 minutes combat over England.
On one mission JG/26 lost 12 fighters, due
to low fuel, and not to enemy action.
3. Anonymous says:
28 Sep 2014 03:19:07 PM

felicitaciones !!!!! muy buena pagina

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