History[edit | edit source]
Originally operated by AufklGr.33, 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, and was scrapped that November.
Notes[edit | edit source]
- 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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