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 Lieutenant) February 15, 2015

On 23 october 2014, members of the Museum Deelen Airbase found a Messerschmitt 262 in a farm field near Deelen airfield (Arnhem, The Netherlands). This 262 was shot down on the 12 of september 1944 near the village Elden. The pilot Uffz. Schauder was killed. The germans took the wreckage to Deelen. The dumped the plane in an bomb crater to hide it. This 262 was the first jet ever to crash in the Netherlands. The wreckage was accidentally found (you can read the full story at: Museum Deelen).


Eric Feijten - Youtube - http://www.museumvlbdeelen.nl/

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