Besatzung Dora

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Besatzung Dora movie poster.

Movie (1943)

Starring:
Hannes Stelzer (Flugzeugführer Leutnant Joachim Krane)
Hubert Kiurina (Leutnant Franz von Borcke)
Josef Dahmen (Feldwebel Otto Roggenkamp)
Georg Thomalla (Bordschütze Unteroffizier Fritz Mott)


Movie telling the adventures of the crew of a Junkers 88 nicknamed Dora on several front (England, Russia, North Africa). Never issued in theater due to reverse of the military balance.

Junkers Ju 88 D

The crew lead a reconnaissance variant of the Junkers 88 A, the D model. Besatzung Dora (The Crew of the Dora [should be The Crew of Aircraft Delta]) refers not to the type but to the code letter of this aircraft : D like Dora (i.e. Delta among english pilots).

BDora Ju88D.jpg
BDora Ju88 6oclock.jpg
BDora Ju88 fliegt.jpg

The poor copy I found dispalys badly the desert color paint.

BDora desert.jpg

Focke-Wulf Fw 200 C Condor

Transport variant with the fuselage door open.

BDora Fw200C 14mn.jpg

Polikarpov I-16

BDora I-16.jpg

Savoia Marchetti SM.82

Three aircrafts park behind Dora.

BDora SM82.jpg

Savoia-Marchetti SM.79 Sparviero

BDora SM79 volare.jpg
BDora SM79 taxi.jpg


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