Ju 52/3m g7e aircraft at rest, date unknown

Caption   Ju 52/3m g7e aircraft at rest, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 27 Feb 2008

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1. Alan says:
2 Mar 2008 03:05:29 AM

Note large cargo door. These aircraft were employed on parachuting supplies to the forward troops on the Eastern Front during the winter of 1943/44. Is this a KG200 (the Luftwaffe Special Operations unit)Aircraft?
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
20 Nov 2010 01:02:52 PM

Junkers Ju 52/3m g4e (VK+AZ) this variant
was similar to the earlier models, but had
a tailwheel in place of the skid.
Aircraft has a stregthened main floor and
landing gear.
A cargo hatch was added to the roof and a
large starboard cargo door was added.

Several Ju 52/3m g4e aircraft were sent to
Spain, during the Spanish Civil War
3. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
3 Apr 2013 06:27:08 PM

Large cargo doors, could not be opened in flight...

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