What the Dambusters Did Next

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What the Dambusters Did Next title screen.

TV Documentary (2014)

Starring:
A G Nichol (himself, shot down on 17 January 1991)
Les Munro (himself, WW2 617 Sqn pilot)
David Fellowes (himself, WW2 617 Sqn rear gunner)
Johannes Dörwald (himself, WW2 Flak gunner)
and many others veterans.


Investigating No 617 Squadron RAF's less heralded missions during World War 2.


Avro Lancaster B Mk II

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Avro Lancaster B Mk II OW-Q & OW-J of 426 Sqn (B) RCAF 'Thunderbird'.
Please note that OW-Q is seen three times : in B&W, in color and flipped !

Avro Lancaster B Mk II OW-J.

Avro Lancaster B Mk II EQ-B of 408 Sqn (B) RCAF 'Goose' (seen another time image flipped).

Avro Lancaster B Mk II

Avro Lancaster B Mk I/III

Avro Lancaster B Mk I NF920 / KC-E “Easy Elsie” of 617 Sqn (B) emergency force-landed on 29 October 1944 near Porjus in Norrbottens län, in the north of Sweden.

Then ...
... and now.
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Avro Lancaster GT-S of 156 Sqn (B) C Flight or later 582 Sqn.

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Avro Lancaster B Mk I/III PO-D of 46 Sqn (F).

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Avro Lancaster B.III ND752 / AA-O (lost on 20 July 1944) of 75 Sqn (B) RNZAF. Of the same unit, we can see too AA-H.

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Messerschmitt Bf 109 F

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Avro Lancaster B Mk I Special

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Avro Lancaster B Mk I Special, PB996, YZ°C with a Grand Slam.

Messerschmitt Bf 109 E

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Avro Manchester Mk I

Avro Manchester Mk I L7474 'Sri Penglina' OF-Z of 97 Sqn (from 28-10-41 until 20-1-42); eventually abandoned over Winceby on 12 March 1943 when affected to 106Sqs. Here with Sqn Ldr David Maltby (posing under the L letter) who died on 15 September 1943 during Operation Garlic.

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Avro Lancaster B Mk VII

Shot probably taken from The Dam Busters.

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NX611 wears tactical codes LE-C (on the left side) and DX-C (on the right). Non flyable aircraft (but able to taxi) part of the Lincolnshire Aviation Heritage Centre at the former RAF East Kirkby. Was WU-15 among the French Aeronautique Navale between 1952 and 1964. Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Panavia Tornado GR1

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Avro Lancaster

Unidentified mark for this Lancaster with 107 mission markings. 24 Lancasters made 107+ missions; 12 had no nick name. Which one is this one ?

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Avro Lancaster B Mk X

Lancaster Mk X FM213 restored by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum as Avro Lancaster KB726 / VR-A.
The last mission of KB726 is told in this short animated : Mynarski chute mortelle.

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Messerschmitt Bf 110 E

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Aircraft of the Nachtjagd.

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Messerschmitt Bf 109 G6-R2

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Dornier Do 17 Z

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Junkers Ju 88

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Mittlewerk EWM A4 Vergeltungswaffe V2

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Vickers 408 Wellington Mk1A

Over the the Grand Slam bomb at the Brooklands Museum, the uncovered left wing of the Vickers 408 Wellington Mk1A N2980.

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Brooklands Museum

Hidden by the logo is the left wingtip of the above Wellington.
Hidden by the by the Grand Slam itself, the Avro 504K reproduction (G-AACA) and probably the Vickers Vimy reproduction NX71MY (profile in the distance).
For the Avro 504K in other movies, look at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Avro Lancaster B Mk III Special (Type 464)

ED932/AJ-G of Guy Gibson's crew (seen only flipped !).

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Douglas DB-7 Boston III

or Douglas A-20 Havoc if this aircraft wears the USAAF star.

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