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Glider(?) parts recovered in 1944: help to ID please!

Article about: Hello Seb, some of the part numbers start with 57, although usually HP 57 for Handley Page, a prefix for Halifax bomber parts. A bit of a guess but I'm pretty sure even Hamilcar gliders didn

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    Hello Seb, some of the part numbers start with 57, although usually HP 57 for Handley Page, a prefix for Halifax bomber parts. A bit of a guess but I'm pretty sure even Hamilcar gliders didn't have a hydraulic system. Halifaxes did tow gliders though.

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    Thank you very much ,chaps!May be it's possible that these parts are a mix of glider:airplane parts ,cause the great father of my relative had access to a lot of wrecks around this particular airfield....

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