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Germany München (Brunnthal Collection Point)

JuW34hi sold as taken probably at Brunnthal (Hein C)
$_57w34.JPG $_57w34b.JPG
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ource: expired eBay

Regards
Christian M. Aguilar
 

Bernd Peters

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JuW34hi, WNr.3075. Written on the backside of the Photo is "Munich 1945", so that this photo was possible taken at Munich-Riem after capture. The SKZ may be ??+MO. In my database I have no further data. Not much but I hope of little help.
Bernd
 

Steve Sheflin

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Location
California USA
Hello Bernd,

Unless I am in error, the JuW34 to which you refer in Photo#2 is WNr.3075 with the St.Kz. _B+MO. It and another, __+HJ, were located to the right of Ju88G-6 WNr.622951, coded U5+AT, and photographed postwar at Brunnthal.

Steve Sheflin
 

Göran Larsson

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Country
Sweden
This is the Brunnthal wreck collection point with Ju88G U5+AT in night fighter camouflage seen behind. This JuW34Hi can be seen on some other photos. On the port side it had the letter "B" in black aft of fuselage door (?B+??) => possible ?B+MO (or ?B+MG). There is a BB+MO JuW34 for example in LEMB Stkz Data Base.
 

Mathias Büchner

Level 3 Account
Me262A-1a white 2, Werknummer 170071, here still parked next to the autobahn, later found at the Brunnthal collection point, aircraft #26 on the aerial photograph. Behind it Me262A-1a, White 9, Werknummer 111617, can be seen, aircraft #37.

Additional information about 170071 can be found at the post
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Me262 white 2 170071 Brunnthal ebay Sept2015.JPG
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Kind regards
Mathias
 

Mathias Büchner

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Ju88G-6, Werknummer 621650, no Verbandskennzeichen, aircraft # 11
Bf110G-4, Werknummer 73086, 2Z+MU, aircraft # 7; of interest is the fuselage band, not a common feature in late war night fighters.
Si204D, SR+AK, aircraft # 5
and Ju88G-6 and Ju290A-7 in the rear.

Brunnthal Ju88G-6 621650 #12 alamy.jpg
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Kind regards
Mathias
 
Here is some help to understand the the Brunnthal dump.
I'm starting with the Info of post #8 and post #10.
As an overview:
Brunnthal collection point numbered v1 Kopie.jpg Brunnthal-detail.jpg
Legend:
A = Ju88G-6, WNr. 621650, #11
B = Si204D, SR+AK, #7 or #5 (depending on source*)
C = Bf110G-4, WNr.73086, 2Z+MU, #7 or #5 (depending on source*)
blue angle = the most likely perspective of M.A. Haldimann's photo

* The first numbers for "B" and "C" are sourced from
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. The second numbers for "B" and "C" are sourced from Mathias B in post #10


And ground view:
Brunnthal Ju88G-6 et al.jpg
 

Mathias Büchner

Level 3 Account
A few more photographs of aircraft on the Southern perimeter of the yard.

Brunnthal He111 GW+DG #42 Ju88G-6 U5+AT eBay March2016.jpg
He111, GW+DG, #42
Nose of Ju88G-6, U5+AT, #41

Brunnthal He111 +FL #33a.jpg
Line up of He111 +FL
JuW34hi, +HJ, #36, see post #3, 5
JuW34hi, likely B+MO , #40, see above post #3, 5
Ju88G-6, U5+AT, #41
Ju52, 8V+DN, #43

And the Ju290A-7, 9V+AB, #1 (edited by GL)
Brunnthal Ju290A-7 +AB eBay March2016.jpg

Brunnthal eBay March2016.jpg
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Kind regards
Mathias
 

Mathias Büchner

Level 3 Account
Another photograph of Me262A-1a, White 2, WNr. 170071 at its location next to the Reichsautobahn.

Me262 white 2 Brunnthal Autobahn eBay May2016-1.jpg Me262 white 2 Brunnthal Autobahn eBay May2016-2.jpg
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The other Me262 photograph apparently taken at the same location shows with high likelihood Me262A-1b 9K+FH, WNr. 111685.

Me262 possibly Brunnthal eBay May2016-1.jpg Me262 possibly Brunnthal eBay May2016-2.jpg
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Some additional information on aircraft found at Brunnthal and on V./NJG2 on the lasted update of my blog.

Kind regards
Mathias
 

Mathias Büchner

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Currently offered at eBay, a very nice panoramic postcard view of the Southern perimeter of the Brunnthal collection point with the tail planes of Ju88G-6 (from the left, starting with the visible swastika) WNr. 621328, likely No.10 of V./NJG2, WNr. 621426, 621439, No.4 of V./NJG2, WNr. 622314, Me410 WNr. 130335 and Ju88G-6 U5+DT WNr. 622990. A more comprehensive list of the aircraft found at Brunnthal can be found here.

Brunnthal panoramic view Ju88G-6 tail planes eBay Sept2016-2.JPG Brunnthal panoramic view Ju88G-6 tail planes eBay Sept2016-3.JPG Brunnthal panoramic view Ju88G-6 tail planes eBay Sept2016-1.JPG
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Kind regards
Mathias
 
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