German Heinkel He-111bomber shot down by the British Royal Air Force in Scotland during World War II.
Scotland United Kingdom Date:1939, October 28 Duration:34 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Many sightseers stand around the wreckage of a German Heinkel He111H-2 bomber that crash landed in a field. A swastika painted on the tail of the bomber. The damaged cockpit. Several British Royal Air Force fliers examine it. (Note: This is German Heinkel He-111H-2 bomber,coded 1H+JA of Luftwaffe Stabskette/KG26. Known as the 'Humbie Heinkel,' it crash landed, on 28 October, 1939, at Humbie, East Lothian, Scotland, after being shot down by No.602 'City of Glasgow' Squadron of the British Royal Air Force, during an armed reconnaissance mission over the Firth of Forth, where Royal Navy warships were harbored, during World War 2.)
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