Allied ground crew disassembling a wrecked German He 111 aircraft near Daba and Fuka, Egypt, circa 1942; note wrecked Bf 109 fighter and Hurricane Mk II fighter in background

Caption   Allied ground crew disassembling a wrecked German He 111 aircraft near Daba and Fuka, Egypt, circa 1942; note wrecked Bf 109 fighter and Hurricane Mk II fighter in background ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseUnited States Library of Congress
Identification Code   LC-USW33-000645-ZC
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 10 Jul 2010

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1. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
27 May 2011 06:30:27 PM

BLIMEY! HOW AM I GONNA GET THIS SOUVENIR HOME I KNOW, A PIECE AT A TIME. ALL RIGHT NOW UP WE GO...HOW DO I TELL MUM IT WILL HANG OVER THE FIREPLACE, I DON'T THNK JERRY WILL MIND.
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
7 Nov 2016 05:09:24 PM

HEINKEL He111 SALVAGE: During WWII, both Axis and Allied salvaged downed aircraft, or any other type of military equipment. Heinkel He 111 was assigned to Stab/St.G 3 check out the emblem below cockpit a shield with a white mosque on sand with a palm tree dates to early 1942 when this unit first arrived North Afrika aircraft assigned were He 111, Ju 87 and Bf 110

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