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AJ, e-mail, 27.01.2022 16:46


Please respond if you're the chap with the Blohm & Voss 138 aircraft. Regards, AJ

Kodi Salois, e-mail, 12.03.2017 20:05

I would like the plane's plans for a scratch build. Really interested in the bv p.111

Bernd, e-mail, 02.03.2015 15:58

Hello, I can show you a crash place of a BV138 in northern Germany.

Peter Tveskov, e-mail, 04.05.2012 22:38

As a boy in Copenhagen during the German occupation one of these planes would fly overhead very frequently as they patrolled the ěresund coast. One actually knocked the chimney off our apartment building and one crash-landed in one of the lakes in the inner city. At the end of the war several of them were anchored off the harbor and used as targets for RAF Mosquito bombers during an RAF airshow! I saw that from a boat, quite an exhibit. One of these wrecks was recovered during the construction of the new bridge to Sweden and is in a museum near Elsinore. Little is left of it, but it is interesting anyhow.

Jonny, e-mail, 14.01.2012 21:21

I dont think there are any 138's left. There is one in a museum in Denmark i think but it is inn bad shape. There are a couple lying around in some Norwegian fjords. I hope these will be raised one day, its a shame there is not more focus on these old planes.

B. crane, e-mail, 07.02.2011 21:27

I remember seeing One of these very odd flying boats at Felixstowe, then a UK flying boat station, after the German surrender (summer 1945?) but have no idea where it went from here.

Dr Roberto Azzalin, e-mail, 08.05.2010 17:10

Please, kindly let me know in which museum can I find "DER FLIEGENDE HOLZSCHUH" Blohm & Voss BV 138.
Thanks in advance!
Kind regards.

Mark, e-mail, 20.08.2008 16:51

'flying clog', to be pedantic

MARCELO, e-mail, 02.06.2007 21:59

Esteaviˇn me parece super fantastico porque es muy diferente de los otros, aparte me gusta porque tiene tres fabuloso..que les parece???

Saludos Marcelo

Geir J. Valla, e-mail, 21.05.2007 16:26

Hello ! I`am restoring one Blohm & Voss 138 A,who a British destroyer shot a hole in 1940. Its resting at ca 20 meter. Do any have a good detalj drawing of the plane ?
It will help a lot in my restoration. Many thanks !

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