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Bf 109 in a shed ?

any info on this pic ?

Bf 109 in a shed ?
2112sos, Oct 27, 2014
    • Nijmegen
      Obviously, a big plane in a small hangar.
    • Bernard85
      good day 2112sos,oct 27,2014,08:03am re:bf 109 in a shed?.well the shed looks as if it can be split,quiet clever.it covers the eng,when they want to work on it.of course i could be rong,regards bernard85
    • Orwell1984
      That's an alert box, a method developed by the Luftwaffe in Russia to prevent engines from freezing on aircraft that needed to be available for quick takeoff.
      The same image appears on page 299 of Jagdwaffe: The War in Russia January to October 1942 by Christer Bergstrom with the following caption: " The use of heated shacks, known as 'Alert Boxes' prevented aircraft engines from freezing and together with a policy of rotating units between Germany and the East was a major factor in the revival of German forces in February 1942"
    • 2112sos
      thanks George highly enlightening
      cheers
    • Bernard85
      good day orwell 1984.,yesterday.03:02am.re:alert box.a clever idea.thank you for the informative post,regards bernard85
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      Paul Bradford
      Very interesting. I'd never seen or heard of them.
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