History[edit | edit source]

Built by Junkers at Nordholz, 191329 was assigned to JG400 as Yellow 7.[1]

Captured at Husum, and designated Air Min 200, this aircraft was scrapped at Brize Norton, England in 1947.[2]

Sources[edit | edit source]

  1. Jagdgeschwader 400: Germany's Elite Rocket Fighters By Stephen Ransom, Hans-Hermann Cammann Page 100
  2. Luftwaffe Warplane Survivors
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