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German Luftwaffe Ju 88 bomber at rest at an airfield, Belgium or France, 1940A heavily camouflaged German Ju 88 bomber in Belgium or France, Sep 1940
German Luftwaffe Ju 88 bomber at rest at an airfield, Belgium or France, 1940A heavily camouflaged German Ju 88 bomber in Belgium or France, Sep 1940
Crew of a Ju 88 A-1 bomber of I./KG 51 German crew maintaining a Ju 88 bomber of KG 54, France, Nov 1940
Crew of a Ju 88 A-1 bomber of I./KG 51 'Edelwei▀' preparing for flight, Belgium or France, 1940German crew maintaining a Ju 88 bomber of KG 54, France, Nov 1940
German Ju 88 bomber of KG 1 in flight over France, Nov-Dec 1940Crashed German Ju 88 aircraft in France, 1940-1941
German Ju 88 bomber of KG 1 in flight over France, Nov-Dec 1940Crashed German Ju 88 aircraft in France, 1940-1941
Captured German Ju 88 aircraft on display in Sverdlov Square, Moscow, Russia, 15 Aug 1941Funeral of a German airman, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941, photo 2 of 3
Captured German Ju 88 aircraft on display in Sverdlov Square, Moscow, Russia, 15 Aug 1941Funeral of a German airman, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941, photo 2 of 3
Ju 88 aircraft in flight in Germany, 1943; note Bf 110 fighter on groundA Ju 88 prepared for flight from a snowy airfield on the Russian front, 1944
Ju 88 aircraft in flight in Germany, 1943; note Bf 110 fighter on groundA Ju 88 prepared for flight from a snowy airfield on the Russian front, 1944
US Army personnel observing dummy Junkers Ju-88 bombers left behind at the airfield at ╔pinay, France, 2 Sep 1944.Allies examining a captured Mistel flying bomb, a Focke-Wulf Fw-190 piggybacked onto a Junkers Ju-88 bomber. The bomber would be filled with explosives and controlled by the fighter pilot, France, 4 May 1945.
US Army personnel observing dummy Junkers Ju-88 bombers left behind at the airfield at ╔pinay, France, 2 Sep 1944.Allies examining a captured Mistel flying bomb, a Focke-Wulf Fw-190 piggybacked onto a Junkers Ju-88 bomber. The bomber would be filled with explosives and controlled by the fighter pilot, France, 4 May 1945.
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