Three BV 138 Seedrache aircraft aboard a seaplane tender, date unknown

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1. Commenter identity confirmed BILL says:
8 Mar 2009 05:11:59 PM

The Luftwaffe operated four seaplane tenders,the Bussard photograph above, the Falke, the Ostmark, the Sperber, and the Westfalen. These catapult-and-recovery crane-equipped vessels were used as floating bases for BV 138.
2. bernard louis says:
30 Nov 2017 01:57:39 PM

Y a t-il eut un model dont le corps fut
peint en bleu "marine" unit s/s camouflage?Merci

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