Never seen before pictures taken in Großenhain?

Never seen before?

Most probably if this story is true, and I know it was not made up.

These pictures belonged to a German engineer who had been working at De Havilland plant in Toronto after the war. His wife had these pictures and showed them to Michael Levesque.

Michael met Mrs. Stein while she was playing cards with three other ladies.

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Ju 87 D with a Le0 45 in the background in Großenhain

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Me 109 D with a Heinkel He 45 in the background in Großenhain

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Ju 87 Stuka in Großenhain

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Me 110 nightfighter in Großenhain

All these are taken from the personal collection of Mrs. Stein via Michael Levesque. There are more in store later.

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4 thoughts on “Never seen before pictures taken in Großenhain?

  1. The radar attached to the nose of the Me 110 is bizarre looking and looks like it would be very easily damaged. I didn’t realize the Germans had radar, let alone radar on a plane in WWII.

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