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Wreckage of Hans-Joachim Marseille's Bf 109G-6 fighter south of Sidi Abdel Rahman, Egypt, 30 Sep 1942; the vehicle in background marked the approximate location where Marseille's body landed

Caption   Wreckage of Hans-Joachim Marseille's Bf 109G-6 fighter south of Sidi Abdel Rahman, Egypt, 30 Sep 1942; the vehicle in background marked the approximate location where Marseille's body landed ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 15 Jul 2013



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1. Anonymous says:
7 Jan 2015 08:27:03 AM

The aircraft that Marseille flew on the day he died was not a 109G-6, but a BF 109G-2/trop, W.Nr 14256.

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WW2-Era Place Name Sidi Abdel Rahman,
Lat/Long 30.9667, 28.7333
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