Heinkel He 111 in a French Village
Picture of a Heinkel He 111 (either P or H - with the engines missing it is hard to tell) being towed through a French village after having been shot down during 1939.
Heinkel He 111, Ron Mackay (Crowood Aviation)
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Rickard, J (1 July 2007), Heinkel He 111 in a French Village, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_he_111_france.html