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Dornier WWII bomber: How RAF museum is restoring plane

9 January 2014 Last updated at 10:22 GMT

A huge restoration project is under way to restore a German World War Two bomber which lay at the bottom of the sea for almost 75 years.

The one remaining Dornier bomber, one of the mainstays of the German bomber fleet in the Battle of Britain, was recovered off the Kent coast six months ago.

Sian Lloyd reports from RAF Museum Cosford in Shropshire.

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