WWII bomber salvage attempt bolstered by donations

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The BBC News website is reporting that the RAF Museum has raised an extra £100,000 to fund a bid to raise a German World War II bomber from the English Channel.

It is hoping to make a fresh attempt to salvage the bomber before next weekend.

On Sunday, the museum’s salvage team came within 40 minutes of raising the Dornier 17 bomber from its resting place on the Goodwin Sands, off the Kent coast.

But rising winds and sea swell led to the attempt being abandoned.

Read the full BBC Article at: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-22791545



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