Where is this place? I'm not sure what caused the crash but found this note on Pinterest: Bf 109G-6/AS W.Nr. 441 139 ,YELLOW 7, Uffz Rudolf Strosetzki, 6./JG 11, Tilly-Sur-Seulles, 7 June 1944. The Imperial War Museum also indicates Tilly-sur-Seulles, but the Library and Archives Canada names the location as Beny-sur-Mer. The turf behind the crashed German fighter looks manicured, like a park. The aero engine was soon removed and taken away as the pictures show. TANKS GO INTO ACTION NEAR TILLY-SUR-SEULLES TANKS GO INTO ACTION NEAR TILLY-SUR-SEULLES 30TH CORPS IN ACTION SOUTH OF BAYEUX (PART 3) [Allocated Title] Canadian soldiers draining gasoline from a damaged Messserschmidt 109 aircraft that crash-landed beside a German radar station near Beny-sur-Mer, France, 16 June 1944 I don’t know which agency/photographer made the background image. The inset picture is official and recorded by Lt. Donald I. Grant of the Canadian Army Film and Photo Unit, although I could not trace the archive catalogue number the creator number and photographer’s initials were etched on the film.