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Malaya Historical Group :: MHG
Aviation and Military Archaeology may cover almost any form of research into or collecting of artifacts connected with the history of aviation and military relics.

If you have any information about any war relics and air wrecks in our country, please send an email to me malayahg@gmail


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WW2 Wrecks & Relics
Mitsubishi G3M Nell
Twin engine Japanese bomber who involved in sinking British battleship HMS Prince of Wales found near Kuantan.
B-29 Superfortress
Based from India to sinking Japanese floating dry dock in Singapore was crashed 20 miles south of Seremban town.
B-24 Liberator KL654/R
Her mission to send supplies for Force 136 in Langkap but crashed with her crews still listed missing.
HMS Kudat
An armed ship for British was been attacked by low flying Japanese dive bombers and sunk near Port Klang.
Armoured Car
A derelict unknown armoured car was found 1 miles north of Kajang town.
Japanese wreck
Unknown Japanese fighter plane wreck was found in a swamp
  Bruas DC-3
A workhorse of US Air Force and RAF bringing supplies and soldiers to the front was found intact
  Pangkor ww2 propeller
Finally this prop was positively identified
  Breda 20mm Anti-Tank Gun
An Italian weaponry captured by British and pressed for service in Far East Campaign
  Japanese Anti-Aircraft Gun
Copied version from Hotchkiss design. Was a standard Japanese light AA gun. Used from Naval to airfield defences.
  An Aerial Drop Container was found
Carried by RAF Liberators and drop behind enemy lines to supply Force 136
  Liberator KH326/X was found
KH326/x from 357 Squadron went missing on 6th June 1945. Discovered by Royal Scout Fusiliers on 16th July 1955 and rediscovered by MHG in 2010.
  Kawasaki Ki-48
Backbone twin engines bombers used by Japanese Army Air Force from the beginning of the war to 1945. Widely used strategically for Malaya-Singapore Campaign in 1941-1942.


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