Heinkel He 111 crashed at Clacton
Picture showing the tail of a Heinkel He 111 that crashed at Clacton-on-Sea during the night of 30 April-1 May 1940. Most of the damage to the aircraft was caused by the explosion of the mine it was carrying.
Heinkel He 111, Ron Mackay (Crowood Aviation)
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