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File:De Havilland Mosquito - Prototype 1.jpg

Description The first prototype to fly (E-0234 later W4050) being restored at the de Havillard Aircraft Heritage Centre near St Albans.
Date 4 September 2007 (original upload date)
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Author Original uploader and author was Deben Dave at en.wikipedia
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