Friday, October 03, 2008


Heinkel He 219 at Kastrup airport, Copenhagen, May 1945. Danish airfields were used for night fighter operations in the last months of WWII since they were out of reach from advancing allied armies. This was the reason an advanced late-war rarity like the He 219 turned up on our Northern shores.

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Retro babe"...flying high..."
Panzer Sdkfz 250/1 NEU
Judging from the relaxed attitude of the troopers I think these photos were taken at a training facility in Germany during WWII and not near the front lines.

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