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Old 08-04-2000, 06:22 PM
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Mikael Olrog's Preserved Axis Aircraft Throughout the World website is organized by type of aircraft, engine, or missile, noting at which museums or other facility these are located at.

The website address is: http://www.axisaircraft.com

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Peter Evans' Luftwaffe Experten Mailing List website has a Worldwide Captive Luftwaffe webpage listing, by aircraft type, Luftwaffe aircraft in museums or other facilities around the world. In this regard, the listing is very similar to that provided in Mikael Olrog's Preserved Axis Aircraft Throughout the World website. The URL for the Worldwide Captive Luftwaffe webpage is:

http://www.experten.fsnet.co.uk/restore.html

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The Hugo Junkers Homepage by Horst Zoeller presents information and photos of Remaining Junkers Aircraft Worldwide, including engines. There are numerous photos of Junkers aircraft and engines both in museums and at crash sites, some of them under water. The website URL is:

http://www.junkers.de.vu

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The website A Detailed Look At The Messerschmitt Bf109, by Matt C. Bole, presents exhaustive coverage of the Bf 109. The URL is:


http://members.aol.com/bf109gust/


Of particular interest to the preserved aircraft aficionado is an extensive listing of surviving Bf 109's, HA-1112's, and CS-199's.

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Phil's Aircraft Page, by Phil Callihan, presents numerous color photos personally taken by Phil in museums in the U.S. and Europe. The website address is:

http://philc.ncms.org/aircrft.htm

This is a photo site. Each entry below represents 1 photo. The site has 3 main sections of interest.


WWII- Axis (Aircraft)

<u>National Air and Space Museum</u> - Washington, D.C.

Arado-234
Arado-234 (Tail Detail)
Me-109

<u>Garber Restoration Facility</u> - Silver Hill, Maryland

Arado 196
Arado-234
Arado-234 (Nose Detail)
Bachem Ba 349 "Natter"
Bachem Ba 349 "Natter" Nose Detail
BV-155
Dornier Do-335
FW-190 Bomb Detail
FW-190 Bomb Detail - 2
Gotha Go229
Gotha Go229
Gotha Go229 (Wings)
He-162 (Awaiting Restoration)
He-162 Engine
Ju-388
Ju-388 (Tail Gun Detail)
Ju-388 (Markings Detail)
Me-410
Me-410 Detail
Nakajima "Kikka" - Japanese
Nakajima "Kikka" (Engine)
Nakajima "Kikka" (Engine)
TA-152

<u>U.S. Air Force Museum</u> - Dayton, Ohio

Casa HA-1112-MIL (In Storage)
Casa HA-1112-MIL (In Storage)
FW-190
FW-190
FW-190 (Landing Gear)
Ju-52
Ju-52
Ju-88
Me-109
Me-109 (Engine)
Me-109 (Markings Detail)
Me-262
Me-262

<u>Planes of Fame Museum</u> - Chino, California

Casa HA-1112-MIL
Casa HA-1112-MIL
He-162 Salamander
Horton Ho IV
Me-109G
Me-109G (Markings Detail)
Me-109G (Nose Detail)
Me-109G (Profile)
Me-163
Me-262
Mitsubishi J8M1 Shusai (Japanese)

<u>Museum of Science and Industry</u> - Chicago, Illinois

Ju-87 (listed, but no photo)

<u>Kalamazoo Air Zoo</u> - Kalamazoo, Michigan

Casa HA-1112-MIL
Me-108

<u>Yankee Air Force Museum Air Show</u> - Willow Run, Michigan

He-111
He-111
He-111 (Cockpit)
He-111 (Landing Gear Detail)
He-111 (Markings Detail)
He-111 (Nose Detail)

<u>Science Museum</u> - London, England

Me-163 (Tail Detail)
Me-163 (Skid Detail)
Me-163 (Bottom View)

<u>Imperial War Museum</u> - London, England

He-162 Salamander

<u>Duxford Museum</u> - England

Fi-156 Storch
Fi-156 Storch (Rear View)
Me-163
Me-262 Engine

<u>RAF Museum</u> - England

FW-190 (2 Seater)
FW-190 (2 Seater - Rear View)
He-162 Salamander
He-162 Salamander (Front View)
He-162 Salamander (Nose Wheel Detail)
Ju-87 Stuka
Me-109
Me-110
Me-110

<u>Luftwaffe Museum</u> - Gatow/Berlin, Germany

Casa HA-1112-MIL
Casa HA-1112-MIL
Casa HA-1112-MIL
DFS230A
Fi-156 Storch
FW-190 D9 Engine
He-162 Engine
Me-163
Me-163
Me-163 (Launch Trolley)
Me-163 Engine
Me-262 Nose

<u>Berlin Technical Museum</u> - Berlin, Germany

Ju-87 Stuka (unrestored)
Ju-87 Stuka (unrestored)
Ju-87 Stuka (unrestored)

<u>Italian Air Force Museum</u> - Vigna di Valle/Rome, Italy

Campini-Caproni CC1 (Italian)
Campini-Caproni CC1
Campini-Caproni CC1 (Front)
Campini-Caproni CC1 (Tail)
Fi-156 Storch


Missiles/Rockets/Bombs

<u>National Air and Space Museum</u> - Washington, D.C.

V-1
V-2
V-2 (Fin Detail)

<u>Garber Restoration Facility</u> - Silver Hill, Maryland

BV 246
Henschel HS 117
Henschel HS 293
Henschel HS 298
Rheintocher R-1

<u>U.S. Air Force Museum</u> - Dayton, Ohio

Fritz Radio Guide Bomb
Ruhrstahl X-4

<u>Planes of Fame Museum</u> - Chino, California

V-1

<u>U.S. Army Ordnance Museum</u> - Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland

German WWII Surface-to-Air Wasserfall Missile

<u>Imperial War Museum</u> - London, England

V-2 (Engine Detail)

<u>Duxford Museum</u> - England

Fritz Radio Guided Bomb
V-1
V-1 Launching Ramp
V-1 Launching Ramp (From a Distance)

<u>Luftwaffe Museum</u> - Gatow/Berlin, Germany

Henschel HS 293


Aviation Links

<u>Museums and Government Sites</u> - About 20 listed.

<u>Personal Web Sites</u> - About 50 listed.


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Old 04-03-2001, 02:28 PM
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Jon Gant claims for his Messerschmitt Bf 109 website that it is the most authoritative site on the Bf 109. Having now reviewed it, I believe he certainly is in competition for that title. His site address is:

http://www.bf109.com/frameset.html

The sections of the site are as follows:

Site Articles

Messerschmitt Bf 109: The Beginning - Very short article with 2 color drawings and a b&w side view drawing.

Bf 109 Armament, by Tony Williams - Discusses the various armaments used by the Bf 109. A link labelled "armament" at the bottom of the article leads to significantly more information.

Hans Dittes 'Black 2' - Includes 3 color photos.

Preservation of Leather Artifacts: US Air Force Museum

Bf 109 Replica Project - Jon's ambition to build a replica. A link to an article on the Dakota Bf 109 replica tells the story of this interesting project, along with several color photos.

Meeting Franz Stigler, by Markus and Ryan Muntener - Short interview with 1 color and 2 b&w photos.

Bf109 Variant Evolution Information - Production numbers and list of variants with short description of what was unique about each one. Includes photos and drawings of some of the variants.

Messerschmitt Bf 109 Foreign Variations - Useage by Bulgaria, Croatia, Czechoslovakia, and Spain. Some tabular data.

Performance Statistics of the Bf 109 - Technical and performance information for the Bf 109V1, V3, B-2, E-4, F-3, G-6, and K-4. Five b&w photos.

Engine Construction Information - Technical information on the DB 600, DB 601, and DB 605. One b&w drawing, 1 color photo. Link to article on DB 601 and DB 605 with technical information, b&w drawing, and cutaway line drawing.

Armament Information - Table and description of armament used, color photo of amunition, table by variant indicating armament used along with history of useage, and two phantom drawings of amunition.

Pilots Manuals - Acrobat downloadable manuals for the Bf 109E, G-2, and K-4, along with English translations of the G-2 and K-4 manuals.

Flying the Messerschmitt Bf 109

RAE evaluation

Mark Hanna's commentary

Comments by 3 Luftwaffe pilots

Includes 3 color photos.

Photo Gallery

<U>Favourite Images</U>

MBB Bf 109G - 1 color photo
Bf 109G-2 'Black 6', WN 10639 - 2 color photos
Aerial shot, possibly of Black 2 - 1 color photo
Head-on cockpit - 2 b&w shots
Bf 109G-6 (D-FMBB) - 2 color photos

<U>Assorted 109 Images</U> - 3 color, 4 b&w photos

<U>Duxford Museum Visit (Nov' 2000)</U> - 5 color photos

<U>Deutsches Museum Visit</U>

BF 109E-3, WN 790 - 4 color photos
Ju 52 - 1 color photo
Me 163 - 1 color photo
Me 262 - 2 color photos
DB engine - 1 color photo

<U>The Art of Frank "Gray Eagle" Williamson</U> - 3 color in-flight images

Video Footage

A small video that Matt created for the site, but was not used because of bandwidth issues.

A larger movie showing archive footage of 109's taking off and in flight (with sound). Submitted by Sebastian Schweizer.

Sounds

A nice example of a 109 flypast, gives a great sense of the Daimler Benz's immense power.

Survivors News - News on Bf 109 airframes around the world. One fascinating color photo of 3 Me 262 fuselages.

Airworthy Messerschmit Bf 109 Survivors - Table listing 8 aircraft.

Static/Under Restoration Bf 109 Survivors - Large listing of survivors.

Message Board - Forum requiring membership.

Links - Five listed.

Bibliography - Ten references listed.

Regards,
Richard

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Old 04-13-2001, 01:54 AM
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Much of James Yeowell's Horrido! - The Luftwaffe Research Website either never existed or has been drastically curtailed. What remains essentially are tables of Bf 109 Stammkennzeichen and a listing of Bf 109 survivors & replicas. The website address is:

http://www.yeowell19.freeserve.co.uk/

The sections of interest on this site are:

What's New - The usual site updates. Unfortunately, the site has not been updated since Dec. 1999.

The Messerschmitt Bf 109 Research page

<U>Bf 109 Stammkennzeichen</U> - Tables of Stammkennzeichen for the following ranges:

Stammkennzeichen ??+AA - FL+??

Stammkennzeichen GA+GH - NW+KU

Stammkennzeichen PB+?? - WU+PF

<U>Bf 109 Survivors & Replicas</U> - Information covering aircraft in:

USA
Canada
UK
Finland
Norway
Germany
Poland
Switzerland
Italy
Yugoslavia
South Africa
Australia

Links - Fairly short and a bit out of date.

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Old 04-17-2001, 03:55 AM
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The Traditionsgemeinschaft Jagdgeschwader 52 & Luftwaffen -JG52- Museum e.V. website has 7 color photos of a restored Me 109 G-2 or G-4, Weisse 3, in Italy. The address of the English version of the site is:

http://www.jg52.de/seitegb.htm

while the German version is:

http://www.jg52.de/

The photos are scattered throughout the site. Here is how the site is laid out:

News - Site updates

History of the wing

<U>Recipients of the Knightscross</U> - English under construction

<U>Recipients of the German Cross</U> - English under construction

<U>Photos</U>

Heinz Ewald & Peter Düttmann - b&w
Me 109 in Russia - color

<U>Photos Me 109 G-4, Weisse 3</U> - 3 color photos

<U>Insignia</U> - Geschwader, Gruppe, & Squadron emblems in color, including Croat & Slovak

<U>Fightertactics</U> - 7 diagrams illustrating fighter tactics plus 1 drawing showing B-17 defenses.

<U>The other side</U> - English under construction

<U>Profiles JG 52</U> - 5 color profiles plus 2 that wouldn't open

<U>The wing at Kursk</U> - No internal link

The association - English under construction

Events

<U>Annual Reunion of JG 52 in 1999</U> - 2 color photos of attendees

<U>Annual Reunion of JG 52 in 2000</U> - 2 color photos of attendees

<U>Visiting the grave of Hermann Graf</U> - 1 color photo of attendees

<U>The emergence of the restored Bf 109 G-2 Weisse 3 in Italy</U> - 1 color photo (clearly, there is a question here as to whether this is a G-2 or G-4)

<U>Another trip to Italy</U> - 3 color photos of Bf 109 Weisse 3 and JG 52 pilots

Links - 8 links

Feedback - comments

Forum - English just starting

Newsletter - English under construction

Store - English under construction

Book Review - English under construction

Interviews & Music - Audios of

- March of JG 52
- Me 109 while firing up
- Me 109 in flight

Research - A notice to encourage participation and to be patient while waiting for answers

Regards,
Richard

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Old 08-13-2001, 12:37 AM
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From 12 O'Clock High!:

Jaroslav Sauer
Museums in Turkey and Georgia
Mon Jul 16 11:16:13 2001


Dear Gentlemen,
In two days I am leaving for a holiday trip to Turkey and Georgia (I mean the Georgia in former USSR, not the one in the USA). Do you know about any intersting military museums I could visit in these countries?
Thanks for your replies
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Old 08-13-2001, 12:40 AM
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While I can't say that the museum Dave McDonald references in the following TOCH! response has any Luftwaffe aircraft or artifacts, it is a lead to an aviation museum in Turkey:

Dave McDonald
Museum...
Mon Jul 16 11:59:42 2001


Hi Jaroslav

The main air museum in Turkey is at Yesilkoy , Istanbul ... open Wed- Sunday 0900-1130 and 1300-1630. Location is about 15 Kms south west of the city on the southern side of Ataturk Airport.
If you can take a couple of shots of the P-47 for me I would appreciate it )
Can't find anything for Georgia as far as air museums go .. so if you find any take a note of details and exhibits !!

best regards

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The Virtual Aviation Museum website's strength is in its listing of aviation museums in Europe. While there is the occasional photo and minimal technical and historical detail, these are not the site's strenghts. The address of the site is:

http://www.luftfahrtmuseum.com/htmi/general/i.htm


Sections of Luftwaffe interest:


<U>Aircraft types</U>

Listed by name, designer, and category, a broad, but light depth coverage is made of much of the world's aircraft output.


<U>References</U>

Currently, there is only a listing of magazines worldwide. The intent is to add sections on famous aviators and a dictionary of aviation terms.


<U>Museums in Europe</U>

Italy

<U>Museo Aeronautico Caproni di Taledo, Trento</U>

Caproni Campini CC 2 (Italian)

<U>Museo Nazionale Della Scienza e Della Tecnica, Milano</U>

Caproni Campini CC 2 (Italian)


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Richard

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Colonel Blade's Ju 88 - Archiv website is devoted to the Ju 88 family of aircraft. The address of this German language site is:

http://www.ju88-archiv.de/ju88/main.htm

Sections of interest are:

Privat (Personal) - Color photo of a display model of a Ju 88 apparently of WW II origin.

Neues (New) - Site updates

Geschichte (History) - Early history of development of the Ju 88 with 12 b & w photos.

Versionen (Versions) - Fairly complete coverage of the various versions up through the Ju 488 with capsule descriptions, b & w photos, and color profiles. Includes an interesting development progression chart.

Geschwader (Squadron) - Listing by squadron identification, Kennzeichen, and Ju 88 versions flown.

Museum - Listing of known existing Ju 88 family aircraft from wrecks to museums. A number of these include photographs. Countries where Ju 88 family aircraft are currently located are:

Germany
Norway
Belgium
USA
USA - NASM Garber restoration facility
Great Britain
Piräus
Euböa
East coast of the Peloponnes
Crete
Russia
Finnland
Le Frioul bei Marseille
Nordskyn peninsula at the north cape

Quellen (Sources) - Descriptions with color cover photos of 15 books.

Forum - Presumably a discussion forum, but I could not open this page.

Links - 7 Luftwaffe history related links.

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From 12 O'Clock High!:

Andy Coiverakis
Me-109 wreck and MIA possible pilot
Tue Jan 21 21:25:43 2003
213.16.153.67

Hello,

We are a group of divers,last summer we found a Me-109E-4 wreck at the north coast of Crete,near the Maleme airfild.The wreck is upside down in very good condition.From the depth and the place propably the pilot did't make it through the crash.We are asking any help about:1)Where on the plane we can find the label with the ID of the plane.2)Any one from the association to inform us if missing body of a pilot recovered ever from that area during the years and if so,who was.3)Any name of MIA pilots from the area.
You will be a very good help for us any info you can provide,Thank you very much in advance..

segalfly@hotmail.com
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From TOCH!:

Lynn Ritger
jagdflieger109@yahoo.com
First place to check for an ID plate...
Tue Jan 21 21:46:30 2003
209.97.5.125

is on the port fuselage side just forward of the cockpit about midway down on the fuselage (just behind the cowling covering the upper fuselage guns). In the photo below, it would be beneath the small oil-fill triangle stencil:

http://109lair.hobbyvista.com/walkar...ubendorf_2.jpg

No word yet on missing pilots or units assigned, I'll keep looking... perhaps Jim P. or someone may have more...

HTH

Lynn
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From TOCH!:

Ged
Re: Me-109 wreck and MIA possible pilot
Wed Jan 22 03:33:56 2003
203.27.69.93

Hi Andy,
Also look at the tail of the aircraft. There should be a number that says "W. Nr, xxxxx" this will identify the work number/ production number of the aircraft, which will be a big help to identify the aircraft, when it was made, the pilot etc. from German official records.

Any chance of getting photos that can be sent by email?

Ged
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From TOCH!:

Andreas Brekken
Additional things to look for
Wed Jan 22 13:27:06 2003
80.213.0.226

Hi!

I would also look for:

Unit emblems (on the cowling at least on the left side of the aircraft when looking in the direction of flight).

Unit emblemss (below the cockpit on the left side when looking in the direction of flight)

Tactical unit markings (on both sides of the fuselage, in front and back of the Balkenkreuz)

Pls keep us informed!

Regards,

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From TOCH!:

Jaap Woortman
Possibilities!
Wed Jan 22 20:15:19 2003
212.83.68.244

At May 14th, 1941 Gefr. Hans Gabler of 6./JG 77 was MIA in his Bf109E-7 W.Nr.1079 over Malema. Most probably shot down by by AA or Hurricanes from No.33 Sqn.

Jaap
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From 12 O'Clock High!:

COIVERAKIS ANTONY
segalfly@hotmail.com
ju-52
Mon Feb 3 22:13:52 2003
213.16.154.139


HI THERE
THE SAME GROUP OF DIVERS WERE MORE LUCKY...A LOST JU-52 IN VERY GOOD CONDITION IN 40M UPSIDE DOWN POSSIBLE G6+JP ANY HELP MORE..ABOUT THE INVASION AT LEROS ISLAND (GREECE), POSSIBLE THE PLACE OF THE LABEL WITH THE ID OR WRECK NO..
UNFORTUNATELY I CAN'T SEND PHOTOS..SOMETHING WRONG WITH MY COMPUTER OFFICE PROGRAM..SOON I'LL BE BACK WITH PHOTOS FROM BOTH AIRCRAFT...
THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME.
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The Warbird Alley website, by Buck Wyndham & Peter Tillson, describes itself as "an online reference source for information about privately-owned, ex-military aircraft." The site address is:

http://www.warbirdalley.com/

Sections of Luftwaffe interest are:

Aircraft Information, Histories, Links and More - As the section title describes, there are presented for each aircraft brief histories, technical data, a photo, and links to information on where examples of that specific aircraft is currently located.

Focke-Wulf Fw 190

Flug Werke, Gammelsdorf, Germany
Fw 190 Restoration at Flying Tigers Museum, Florida, USA
Texas Air Museum, Rio Hondo, Texas, USA

Messerschmitt Bf-109 - Includes link to a pilot's report.

Dakota Messerschmitts
Flug Werk, Gammelsdorf, Germany

Heinkel He-111 / Casa 2.111

He 111 visits Kingston, Ontario, Canada (Commerative Air Force)

Fieseler Fi156 Storch

CAF Ghost Squadron -- Fi 156 Storch, Texas
John's Slepcev Storch Project - Canada, Australia, China, Italy
USAF Museum Storch, Wright-Patterson AFB, Dayton, Ohio

Junkers Ju 52/3m

CAF Great Lakes Wing Ju 52, N352JU, near Chicago, Illinois
Ju-Air, Dubendorf, Switzerland

Messerschmitt Bf 108 Taifun - Includes link to Bf 108 flight report.

Messerschmitt Me-262

Planes of Fame, Chino, California
Me 262 Project, Everett, Wasington

Note, while I have only listed where information on specific aircraft are located, other, more general, information is also offered via links.

Warbird Restoration and Maintenance Links - Links to about 30 restoration shop sites.

Warbird Organizations - Links to about 50 organizations.

Museums - Links to museum sites around the world.

Airshow Links - About 25 listed.

Additional Warbird Links - Very good selection of links on the following topic areas:

Databases and History Resources
Archaeology and Collector's Resources
Books / Manuals / Magazines / Webzines / Videos
Photo Archives
Aviation Art
Pilot Supplies / Clothing / Flight Gear
Warbird Aircraft Acquisition Sources
Miscellaneous

Warbird News - A monthly update on warbirds news.

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