Remarks by Carlo Soliani: "The big tri-motor wrecked that appear in the photo is a Savoia-Marchetti SM.82 Marsupiale (Marsupial) that still bears the italian flag on the fuselage; this means that the plane had been used by ANR (Aeronautica Nazionale Repubblicana) that was the Air Force of the government created in North Italy by Mussolini after armistice of September 1943."
Remarks by Robert Bracken: "(This is a) photo that first appeared in Tom Coughlin's Dangerous Sky book. The 109's visible are both 109 K's from JG 27 at Wunsdorf (or Wunstorf as it is also spelled). There is also a third 109 - also a late model, probably a G-14 beside the Ju 88 in the background."
Other wreck photo: "The partially charred remains in the foreground probably belonged to a Siebel Si 204D, a twin-engined light transport aircraft; behind there are the probable remains of one or more Junkers Ju-88: the fuselage tail assembly (on the right) and the engine nacelles (on the left)."