Focke Wulff 56

Telemark,Norway

Focke Wullf 56 Stösser was designed as a training airplane for the German air force, and over a thousand were produced from 1935 until the end of second world war. The remains of a FW 56 rest today on a depth of 20 meter at Sauholmen west of Kragerø. According to the rumors, this airplane supposedly did an emergency landing in the winter time and was later sunk by the Norwegian resistance movement Milorg in 1944-1945.


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Focke Wulff 56

7,6 x 10,5 x 2,6 m
     
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985 kg
( D ) ( N )

N 58° 51' 57.05" E 9° 20' 15.42"
( Source : Dykkepedia )


Focke Wullf 56 Stösser
Picture: Focke Wullf 56
Courtesy of Luftarchive
Last Updated: August 2019