Rudolph Hess Me-110 ?

Does anyone know what model of Me-110 Hess used to fly to England and what
markings were on it ?
Do any photo's exist ??
Thanks
Keith Lanham
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Keith Lanham
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Have a look here:
By the way, Hess landed in Scotland, not England.
Regards
Pat Macguire
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Syke
The book "Captive Luftwaffe" by Kenneth S. West has a photo on page 105 (from the Imperial War Museum) of the wreckage of the fuselage (Me 110D). West says (supported by the photo) the identification letters were (red outlined in black ??) VJ-OQ.
The aircraft crashed at Bonyton Moor, Scotland at 23:09 on 10 May 1941.
HTH
Ed R.
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robbelothe

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