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Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 was captured in a series of portraits by photographer Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis starting with a soldier pointing out strikes in the nose glazing. On being engaged by No 602 Squadron RAF on 9 September 1940, the bomber ditched on the foreshore at Pagham Harbour, claimed by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone and P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40, following a final attack by F/O Paul C Webb.

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Thalassa - Pagham, Sussex

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Pagham Lagoon

Long Exposure Sunset Pagham

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View across Pagham Harbour to Church Norton

Pagham Beach House

Amongst the casualties on Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 that ditched at Pagham Harbour on 9 September 1940 following attacks at 17.40 20m north of Mayfield by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF was Gefr Friedrich Petermann, who had fallen without parachute in Nyetimber Lane just 3 days after his 21st birthday. Ofw Hans Manger was captured wounded on bailing out at low level and landing in Chalcraft Lane with an injured arm.

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When originally published, the photograph by Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis was captioned Wrecking the Wreckers, showing soldiers removing the port panel from the tail fin of Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 as a trophy. S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF had disabled the starboard engine and holed both radiators 20m north of Mayfield at 17.40 on 9 September 1940, before the bomber force-landed on the banks of Pagham Harbour.

A spaniel belonging to one of the soldiers guarding Ju88A-1 4D+AD of Stab 3/KG30 is shown by photographer Frank Lalouette of Bognor Regis having padded his paw prints across the starboard wing. With both propellers feathered and 2 crewmen dead from wounds received by S/L Alexander VR "Sandy" Johnstone, P/O Archibald "Pat" Lyall and F/O Paul C Webb of No 602 Squadron RAF 20m north of Mayfield, Maj Johannes Hackbarth ditched on the foreshore at Pagham Harbour at 17.40 on 9 September 1940.

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