Rob van Dodewaard I just like the looks of this plane and also when my father was a forced labourer in WW2 he was near an airfield where mostly this type was stationed and of course not to mention it fits perfectly in my nightfighter theme
5. August 2014, 18:22
Hunter Cummins How could you not like a 110 ?? Lol sorry to hear about your dad but atleast he got to see some kick ass airplanes
5. August 2014, 18:59
Rob van Dodewaard Actualy his stories (and he could tell a few I can assure you)when the war broke out in Holland, he lived near Waalhaven airfield in Rotterdam and witnessed the assault by the Germans there and the Dutch defence especialy the Fokker G-1 was very active there but also he things he told what he saw in Germany later is what inspured me to start building models.
Rob van Dodewaard the stories about the aircraft he mentioned are truly awesome, however the human suffering he witnessed in the camps and allso sveral bombing raids he was in among the one on Dresden is something what bothered him the rest of his life. At the end of the war he came walking back from Germany to Rotterdam together with my Grandfather who was with him al the time . in retrospect I must count me Lucky that they came back .
Sadly they are both passed away my father 16 years ago and my grandfather 25 years now. I still miss them almost every day because they where the greatest man who took care of me and my brothers and made us toghether with my mom of course what we are today I think it is better to stop now otherwise I won't keep my eyes dry
If you ever need info or anything else in wich I can help just let me know my friend
6. August 2014, 08:03
Hunter Cummins I do fell sorry that such a great man had to go through all of that suffering but as they say what doesnt kill you only makes you strongrr. Your father and grandfather must have been great men. And I will keep this in mind