Heinkel He 111H Geschwader Stab KG1 coded V4+DA Germnay 1939
Heinkel He 111 H-3 Geschwader Stab KG1 V4+FA WNr 5606 Broomhill Farm Camber East Sussex 11th Sep 1940
Photo's: He 111 H-3 (Wn.5606) V4+FA of Stab KG1 at Broomhill Farm, Camber, East Sussex. 16.35 hrs. September 11, 1940. Started with about thirty other bombers to bomb the Commercial Dock, London. The formation was flying at 21,000 ft and encountered no opposition until over London. In the target area the AA was very good and one engine was hit. The pilot turned for home but was surprised by several Spitfires near the coast, which stopped the second engine. The pilot made a forced landing and the crew set fire to the aircraft which was burnt out. Although they were definitely trying to bomb the Commercial Docks, they also carried a camera in the aircraft for photographing the damage and according to the crew this accounted for the small bomb load but the crew destroyed the film on landing.
Ff: Fw Johannes Sommer. Bo: Ltn Otto Behn. Bf: Uffz Paul Moeck wounded.
Bm: Uffz G Arndt wounded. Bs: Gefr Martin Münnich wounded.
Heinkel He 111 E-1 1./KG1 (V4+EH) Germany 1939
Heinkel He 111E KG1 with the KG1 Hindenburg emblem on the nose section
Heinkel He 111H3 Geschwaderstab StG3 coded S7+AA and based in Derna, Libya, 1941.
Heinkel He 111H 4./KG1 taxing France 1940
2 Staffel I Gruppe Kampfgeschwader 1 - 2./KG1 code V4+
Heinkel He 111H4 2./KG1 (V4+AK) WNr 4320 France 1940-41
Heinkel He 111H4 2./KG1 coded V4+AK W.Nr 4320 and based in France during the Battle of Britain 1940. Flew night operations from 1940-41.
Heinkel He 111H Geschwaderstab 3./KG1 coded V4+AL shot down during the Battle of France
Crash-landed Waremme France-May 10 1940. shot down by Adjt Moret from GC III/2 following a bombing raid on Cambrai-Niergnies Airfield and belly landed 05:10am Fw W.Wubbe KIA Lt W. Seel and Oberfw O. Odenbach captured unhurt. Fw W. Neuhaus WIA
Heinkel He 111 3./KG1 (V4+KL) belly landed St Quentin
Saint-Quentin is a commune in the Aisne department in Picardy in northern France. It has been identified as the Augusta Veromanduorum of antiquity. It is named after Saint Quentin, who is said to have been martyred here in the 3rd century.
Heinkel He 111H 7./KG1 coded V4+IR based in France during the Battle of Britain 1940. Flew night operations from 1940-41.
Junkers Ju 88 A-4 7./KG1 (V4+DR) being re-armed with 250 kg bombs and in the background is He 111H Stab II./KG1 (V4+AC) Russia 1942
Photograph Source: Flugzeug Classic 2011-01
9 Staffel III Gruppe Kampfgeschwader 1 - 9./KG1 code V4+
Heinkel He 111H Geschwaderstab 9./KG1 coded V4+DT shot down during the Battle of France .
Shot down by Hurricanes from RAF 85 and 607Sqn during a bombing raid on French Airfields and belly landed near Albert 14:50. Fw Wappler WIA Oberlt H. Braune, Fw W. Schon, Uffz A. Gottschalk and Flgr E.Ernst captured unhurt.
Heinkel 111H 9./KG1 (V4-DT) sd by Hurricanes near Albert Somme 10 May 1940 IWM C1527
Sightseers gather as RAF officers inspect crashed Heinkel 111H, 'V4-DT', of 9/KG1, which crash-landed near Albert. This was one of seven aircraft belonging to III/KG1 which were shot down by Hawker Hurricanes of Nos. 85 and 607 Squadrons RAF on the afternoon of 10 May 1940. The crew surrendered to the unarmed keeper of a British Great War military cemetery nearby.
Imperial War Museum IWM C 1527 https://www.iwm.org.uk/collections/item/object/205207590
Heinkel He 111H 10./KG1 coded V4+AU based in France during the Battle of Britain 1940. Flew night operations from 1940-41.
Heinkel He 111H 10./KG1 coded V4+BU based in France during the Battle of Britain 1940. Flew night operations from 1940-41.
Heinkel He 111H4 10/KG1 (V4+BU) WNr 4320 France 1940-41
Heinkel He-111 H-4 Geschwaderstab 10./KG1 coded V4+EU based in France during the Battle of Britain 1940. Flew night operations from 1940-41.
Heinkel He 111H 10./KG1 coded V4+GU based in France during the Battle of Britain 1940. Flew night operations from 1940-41.
12 Staffel I Erg./Kampfgeschwader 1 - 12./Erg.KG1 code V4+
Heinkel He 111H 12./Erg.KG1 (F1+NW) WNr 701449 Plzen Bory AF May 1945
Heinkel He 111H Erg 3./KG1 (F1+NW) Werk No 701449 with markings of the third group of the first complementary bombardment squadron, that is III./Erg.KG1, was located at the Plzen-Bory airfield in May 1945. Untill December 1944 the F1 codes belonged to the 4./KG76 bombardment unit, the forth group which transformed to the III./ErgKG1 at that time. Plzen is a city in the Czech Republic. About 90 kilometres (56 miles) west of Prague in western Bohemia, it is the fourth most populous city in the Czech Republic. The city is known worldwide for Pilsner beer, created by Bavarian brewer Josef Groll there in 1842.
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