German WWII Bomber Resurfaces Off English Coast

A World War II Luftwaffe bomber has been recovered from…

A World War II Luftwaffe bomber has been recovered from it’s resting place at the bottom of the English Channel.

The Dornier Do-17 was shot down off the Kent coast during the Battle of Britain, over seven decades ago. The bomber was a mainstay of the German air forces during the Battle of Britain in 1940. The wreck is believed to be aircraft call-sign 5K-AR, shot down on 26 August that year at the height of the battle.

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