History[edit | edit source]

Originally operated by AufklGr.33,[1] as 8H+HH,[N 1] this aircraft was captured by British in May 1945 at Grove airfield, Denmark. Redesignated Air Min 24, it Crashed at Farnborough on 27 August 1945,[2] and was scrapped that November.[1]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  1. The Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors page states this fuselage code was allocated to Werk Nr 140476, which the LEMB Archive lists as wearing code 8H+DH.

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