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Joseph V. Remisiwicz, Scrapbook, c1944.

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[Black and white photo the port side of an German aircraft with a corrugated metal skin, likely a JU-52. There are no identification numbers visible. It appears to have major blast damage since much of the "skin" on the wing and tail plane is missing and the little remaining is wrinkled and torn. Also, holes are visible in the skin of the fuselage and vertical stabilizer. The port and front engine and propeller are missing as are the windows, door, and a rectangular section of the top of the fuselage over the wing. There is an opening for a dorsal machine gun position about half way between the door and the vertical stabilizer.]