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Amongst the casualties on Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 that ditched at Pagham Harbour on 9 September 1940 following attacks at 17.40 20m north of Mayfield by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF was Gefr Friedrich Petermann, who had fallen without parachute in Nyetimber Lane just 3 days after his 21st birthday. Ofw Hans Manger was captured wounded on bailing out at low level and landing in Chalcraft Lane with an injured arm.

Amongst the casualties on Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 that ditched at Pagham Harbour on 9 September 1940 following attacks at 17.40 20m north of Mayfield by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF was Gefr Friedrich Petermann, who had fallen without parachute in Nyetimber Lane just 3 days after his 21st birthday. Ofw Hans Manger was captured wounded on bailing out at low level and landing in Chalcraft Lane with an injured arm.

Sortied to attack London docklands on 9 September 1940, Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 was claimed by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and and by F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 before being forced down on the waterfront at Pagham Harbour. Photographer Frank Lalouette from Bognor Regis shows a single white stripe underneath the swastika with the date 2.9.40 denoting an RAF fighter the crew had claimed on the day.

Sortied to attack London docklands on 9 September 1940, Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 was claimed by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and and by F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 before being forced down on the waterfront at Pagham Harbour. Photographer Frank Lalouette from Bognor Regis shows a single white stripe underneath the swastika with the date 2.9.40 denoting an RAF fighter the crew had claimed on the day.

A spaniel belonging to one of the soldiers guarding Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 is shown by photographer Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis having padded his paw prints across the starboard wing. With both propellers feathered and 2 crewmen dead from wounds received by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield, Maj Johannes Hackbarth ditched on the foreshore at Pagham Harbour at 17.40 on 9 September 1940.

A spaniel belonging to one of the soldiers guarding Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 is shown by photographer Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis having padded his paw prints across the starboard wing. With both propellers feathered and 2 crewmen dead from wounds received by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield, Maj Johannes Hackbarth ditched on the foreshore at Pagham Harbour at 17.40 on 9 September 1940.

Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 was captured in a series of portraits by photographer Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis starting with a soldier pointing out strikes in the nose glazing. On being engaged by No 602 Squadron RAF on 9 September 1940, the bomber ditched on the foreshore at Pagham Harbour, claimed by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone and P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40, following a final attack by F/O Paul C Webb.

Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 was captured in a series of portraits by photographer Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis starting with a soldier pointing out strikes in the nose glazing. On being engaged by No 602 Squadron RAF on 9 September 1940, the bomber ditched on the foreshore at Pagham Harbour, claimed by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone and P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40, following a final attack by F/O Paul C Webb.

Among the dual fatalities on Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 when being engaged by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 on 9 September 1940 was Uffz Willi Sawallisch shown on a stretcher before his body was taken away from Pagham Harbour. Photographer Frank Lalouette placed the image in his shop window in Bognor Regis where it was eventually taken down after causing some disquiet.

Among the dual fatalities on Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 when being engaged by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 on 9 September 1940 was Uffz Willi Sawallisch shown on a stretcher before his body was taken away from Pagham Harbour. Photographer Frank Lalouette placed the image in his shop window in Bognor Regis where it was eventually taken down after causing some disquiet.

The utility cupboard hides the boiler and vacuum cleaner amongst other items. In a room of such a small size appropriate storage is essential as clutter is amplified in more compact spaces.

The utility cupboard hides the boiler and vacuum cleaner amongst other items. In a room of such a small size appropriate storage is essential as clutter is amplified in more compact spaces.

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Tür NEIN, Ek macht es nicht, aber Gitter zu Holz Verkleidung nicht schlecht wenn Gitter ist regelmassig// Da hast du oder der Zimmerer ein paar Ideen...

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