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Corgi Dornier Do 215 Light Bombers

Corgi Dornier Do 215 Light Bombers

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#AA38802 - German Dornier Do 215 B-5 Kauz Light Bomber - Stab III/NJG 2, Leeuwarden, Summer 1945 (1:72 Scale)

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German Dornier Do 215 B-5 Kauz Light Bomber - Gruppenkommandeur Helmut Lent, Stab III/Nachtjagdgeschwader 2, Leeuwarden, Holland, Summer 1942
German Dornier Do 215 B-5 Kauz Light Bomber - Gruppenkommandeur Helmut Lent, Stab III/Nachtjagdgeschwader 2, Leeuwarden, Holland, Summer 1942 (1:72 Scale)
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The Dornier Do 215 was a light bomber, reconnaissance aircraft and later a night fighter aircraft produced by Dornier Werke GmbH originally produced for export, but in the event all except two served in the Luftwaffe. It was nicknamed "The Flying Pencil" because of its slim fuselage. The successor of the Do 215 was the Dornier Do 217.
German Dornier Do 215 B-4 Kauz Light Bomber - G2+JH, 4/Aufkl. Gr, Battle of Britain, August 30th, 1940
German Dornier Do 215 B-4 Kauz Light Bomber - G2+JH, 4./Aufklarungsgruppe Ob. d. L., "Battle of Britain," August 30th, 1940 (1:72 Scale)
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The Dornier Do 215 was a light bomber, reconnaissance aircraft and later a night fighter aircraft produced by Dornier Werke GmbH originally produced for export, but in the event all except two served in the Luftwaffe. It was nicknamed "The Flying Pencil" because of its slim fuselage. The successor of the Do 215 was the Dornier Do 217.
   
 
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