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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: German and Italian aircraft at Castel Benito aerodrome, Libya.
Description: A sign for Castle Benito on which the enemy before departure has written "Tommy We Shall Return". A Tommy takes a piece of chalk and writes "YIMKIN" (Arabic for "maybe"). An RAF flag. Italian aircraft left in good condition. Burned out and serviceable German aircraft. A CR42 with RAF roundels painted on the fuselage. A burned out Heinkel. A Heinkel ready for service. An "odd looking" Italian single seater plane in a wrecked hangar. The wrecked hangar containing about a dozen planes in perfect condition. Burned out hangar and skeletons of planes.