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Arado 234

The Arado Ar 234 Blitz (Lightning) was the world's first operational jet bomber, built by Arado in Germany during WWII. It was used by the Luftwaffe for reconnaissance from November 1944 and as a fast bomber against Allied targets from December of that year. 

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1944
Bf.109E-3

The Messerschmitt Bf 109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1939
Bf.109F-4

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1941
Bf.109F-4/trop

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was the Luftwaffe's most widely-used fighter at the beginning of World War II.  When the advanced English Spitfire Mk.V arrived, the Messerschmitt Bf.109F Friedrich was developed in response.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Bf.109G-10

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Bf.109G-2

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Bf.109G-6

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1943
Bf.109K-4

The Messerschmitt Bf.109 was a single-seat monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe before and during WWII. It was used as a fighter, interceptor, high-altitude interceptor, fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Bf.110C-4

The Messerschmitt Bf 110 was a twin-engine Zerstoerer (Destroyer, heavy fighter) used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. Due to poor performance in its intended role, it was quickly relegated to ground attack and night fighter roles. 

Country : Germany
Type : Heavy Fighter
Year : 1937
Do-217E-2

Dornier Do 217 E-2 medium twin-engine bomber. An all-metal cantilever monoplane with a twin-fin tail and a retractable landing gear system with a tail wheel. The bomber was created in the design bureau of the Dornier Flugzeugwerke company under the direction of Claude Dornier.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
Do-217E-4

Dornier Do 217 E-4 medium twin-engine bomber.

Late 1941 saw the start of production of Do 217 E-4 variant bombers, which differed from the E-2 mainly in their new BMW 801C engines, with a takeoff power of 1,560 hp, and in their wings' reinforced leading edge, which could cut through the cables of barrage balloons.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Bomber
Year : 1940
Do-217J-1

The Do 217J night fighter was based on the Do 217E bomber. It differed from the bomber in that its crew was reduced to three people and its fixed firepower was strengthened. The first prototype, the Do 217J V1, was converted from the Do 217 E-1 and underwent tests in late 1941. They started to deliver the Do 217 J-1 to the Luftwaffe's fighting troops in the spring of 1942.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1942
Do-217J-2

When production models of a properly functioning FuG 202 Lichtenstein B/C airborne radar appeared, Do 217 J-2 variant night fighters began to be constructed.
Planes of the J-2 variant differed from the J-1 in their lack of a rear bomb bay, which had finally been removed, and in the characteristic "whiskers" of their radar antennas which had appeared in the nose section.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Do-217K-1

In the late summer of 1942, full-scale production of a new bomber variant, called the Do 217 K-1, was started. Its creation was prompted by the designers' wish to improve visibility from the pilot's station. Whereas the Do 217E had a projection in front of the windscreen of the pilot's cockpit, a new streamlined forward section of the crew cockpit was developed for the Do 217K; it had no projection and was shared by the pilot and the navigator. The crew cockpit became more spacious, and visibility was improved.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Bomber
Year : 1942
Do-217M-1

The creation of the next version of the Do 217 bomber was caused by a shortage of BMW 801 air-cooled engines. These engines were urgently needed for Fw 190A fighters and Ju 88G heavy night fighters

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1944
Fw 190 D-13 "Dora"

Focke-Wulf Fw 190 D-13 "Dora" single-engine high-altitude fighter
The Fw 190 D-13 was the last production variant in the family of Fw 190D aircraft with Junkers Jumo 213 engines.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Fw.190A-5

The Focke-Wulf Fw.190 Wuerger (Shrike) was a single-seat, single-engine monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. One of the best fighters of the time, it was widely used during the Second World War...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1942
Fw.190D-12

The Focke-Wulf Fw.190 Wuerger (Shrike) was a single-seat single-engine monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. One of the best fighters of the time, it was widely used during the Second World War. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Fw.190F-8

The Focke-Wulf Fw.190 Wuerger (Shrike) was a single-seat single-engine monoplane fighter used by the Luftwaffe in WWII. One of the best fighters of the time, it was widely used during the Second World War. A total of over 20,000 were produced, including some 6,000 fighter-bomber variants. 

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1944
He-112A-0

A single-seat all-metal monoplane fighter with an enclosed cockpit and a retractable landing gear system including tail wheel. This aircraft was designed in the Heinkel Flugzeugwerke design bureau by the brothers Walter and Siegfried Günter.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-112B-0

Ernst Heinkel continued to improve his fighter. The He 112 was drastically redesigned. It was actually a new aircraft, although the former designation was retained. The He 112 V9 prototype, which later became the main aircraft of the He 112 B-0 preproduction batch, even differed from its predecessors in external appearance.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-112B-1

Fighters of the He 112 B-1/U-2 variant were equipped with a Junkers Jumo 210Ea twelve-cylinder in-line liquid-cooled carburettor engine. In June 1938, after a Hungarian delegation visited Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG, the Ministry of War of Hungary declared that it was ready to purchase 36 Не 112 fighters.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1938
He-112B-2

He 112 B-2/U-2 fighters were fitted with Junkers Jumo 210 Ga fuel-injected engines. The only external difference in this variant was the modified shape of the engine side cowlings, due to individual exhaust pipes being installed instead of a general exhaust manifold.

Country : Germany
Type :
Year : 1941
He-112V-5

A single-seat all-metal monoplane fighter with an enclosed cockpit and a retractable landing gear system including tail wheel. This aircraft was designed in the Heinkel Flugzeugwerke design bureau by the brothers Walter and Siegfried Günter.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-51A-1

A single-seat biplane of composite structure with fixed landing gear. This aircraft was designed by Heinkel Flugzeugwerke AG under the guidance of the brothers Siegfried and Walter Günter.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1935
He-51B-1

In the spring of 1935, a new fighter variant, the He 51 B-1, was launched into production. It differed from the "A" version in that it had reinforced twin braces and a fuselage rack to mount a 170-litre external fuel tank.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1936
He-51B-2 hydroplane

In March 1935, Germany officially refused to comply with the Treaty of Versailles clause that restricted the country's military power. And although June 18, 1935 saw the signing of a naval treaty between Germany and Great Britain which stated that the number of Kriegsmarine ships could not exceed 35% of the Royal Navy's combined strength, the path to the German fleet’s quick growth was open. An adequate buildup of naval aviation was immediately required. So, E. Heinkel's suggestion to create a floatplane fighter based on the He 51 was received with favour at the Kriegsmarine Headquarters

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Floatplane
Year : 1935
He-51C-1

The He 51 C-1 variant was launched into full-scale production in 1936. These aircraft were notable for their bomb racks, which were able to suspend six 10 kg fragmentation bombs. The bomb racks were mounted under the lower wing panels.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1936
He-51C-1 late

The combat début of the He 51 fighter took place in 1936 during the Spanish Civil War. Heinkel fighters were flown both by Spanish Nationalists, including Joaquin Garcia-Morato, the best ace of the Spanish War, and by German fighter pilots of the famous Condor Legion.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter, Ground Attack
Year : 1936
He.111H-16

The Heinkel He.111 was a German monoplane medium bomber (also torpedo bomber and attack bomber). The He.111H-16 was the third standard H-series variant, the other two being H-3 and H-6

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
He.111H-2

The Heinkel He.111 was a German monoplane medium bomber (also torpedo bomber and attack bomber). The Hе.111 H-3 entered production in November 1939 and could also be used in a naval bomber role. However its defensive armament was not particularly effective, with limited defensive arcs and a very low rate of fire of only 540 rounds per minute. 

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1939
He.111H-6

The Heinkel He.111 was a German monoplane medium bomber (also torpedo bomber and attack bomber). The Hе.111H-6 quickly became one the most widely used variants of the Heinkel bomber. It saw action on all European fronts. 

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1942
He.162A-2

Initially this Heinkel fighter was designated He 500, but by October, in order to fool enemy intelligence services, the RLM redesignated the plane He 162; the number being previously assigned to a Messerschmitt fast bomber prototype that competed with the Ju 88...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Hs.129B-2

The German Henschel Hs.129 was a single-seater twin-engine attack aircraft built for combat with tanks. For the designers of the Henschel firm, which specialized in the manufacture of armored vehicles for the Army, the most difficult challenge was aircraft survivability.

Country : Germany
Type : Ground Attack, Bomber
Year : 1941
Ju.87B-2

The Junkers Ju 87 Stuka was a single-engine dive bomber and attack aircraft of the WWII era. The most famous Stuka pilot of the war was Hans-Ulrich Rudel, the most highly decorated Luftwaffe pilot in history. 

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Dive Bomber
Year : 1939
Ju.87D-3

The Junkers Ju.87 Stuka was a single-engine dive bomber and attack aircraft of the WWII era. The most famous Stuka pilot of the war was Hans-Ulrich Rudel, the most highly decorated Luftwaffe pilot in history. 

Country : Germany
Type : Dive Bomber
Year : 1942
Ju.87D-5

In early 1943, a new variant of the Stuka, the Ju.87D-5, was launched into full-scale production. The D-5 variant was originally conceived of as a ground-attack aircraft, as opposed to the previous D-3 version, for which ground attacks were thought to be only one of its possible combat uses.

Country : Germany
Type : Ground Attack, Dive Bomber
Year : 1943
Ju.87G-1

By early 1943 the Luftwaffe, or rather the whole German army at the Eastern Front, faced a critical problem fighting Soviet armoured forces. The equipment intended to stop the "Russian steam roller" included a special anti-tank version of the Stuka that appeared in late 1943.

Country : Germany
Type : Ground Attack, Dive Bomber
Year : 1943
Ju.87R-2

The single-engine two-seater Junkers Ju-87 Stuka dive bomber was plagued with low speed and maneuverability and was extremely vulnerable without fighter support, but due to its high accuracy and a number of unusual design choices...

Country : Germany
Type : Dive Bomber
Year : 1939
Ju.88A-4

The Ju.88 high-speed horizontal and dive bomber was one of the most versatile aircraft of WWII, and the Ju.88A-4 was the most well-known and highly mass produced of all the variants.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber
Year : 1940
Me.163B

The Messerschmitt Ме 163 Komet was a German rocket-powered interceptor. Its first flight took place on 1st September 1941. A very small number was ever produced; only 91 before the end of 1944. First combat for the Komet took place on 14th May 1944.

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Me.262A-1a

The Messerschmitt Me 262 was a German jet fighter, fast bomber and reconnaissance aircraft of the WWII era. It was the world's first mass-produced jet fighter and the first jet aircraft to see combat. The first serial variant, the Me 262 A-1a, unofficially known as 'Schwalbe'...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
Me.410A-1

The pressing need to replace the obsolete Bf.110 and the unsuccessful Me.210 in the Luftwaffe's squadrons became reason for Messerschmitt AG to create a new twin-engine heavy fighter. It was decided that this aircraft be based on the Me.210 so that its production could use available manufacturing equipment...

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Me.410A-1/U2

By February 1944, the designation "Hornisse" ("Hornet") was finally assigned to the Me.410A planes, and several "factory conversion kits" (Umbausätze) were developed for them to increase their firepower or ensure that they were able to perform various special missions.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Me.410A-1/U4

By February 1944, the designation "Hornisse" ("Hornet") was finally assigned to the Me.410A planes, and several "factory conversion kits" (Umbausätze) were developed for them to increase their firepower or ensure that they were able to perform various special missions.

The Me.410A-1/U4 and the Me.410A-2/U4 became the most powerful armament available in Me.410A modifications.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1943
Me.410B-1

April 1944 saw the Me.410B version replace the Me.410A on the assembly lines. The main distinction of this variant was its Daimler-Benz DB 603G twelve-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1944
Me.410B-1/U2

April 1944 saw the Me.410B version replace the Me.410A on the assembly lines.The main distinction of this variant was its Daimler-Benz DB 603G twelve-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine.

Various Rüstsatz and Umbausatz kits were used on these aircraft.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1944
Me.410B-2/U4

April 1944 saw the Me.410B version replace the Me.410A on the assembly lines. The main distinction of this variant was its Daimler-Benz DB 603G twelve-cylinder, liquid-cooled engine.

In addition to the 50 mm Rheinmetall BK 5 cannon mounted in the bomb bay, Me.410B-2/U4 planes had a pair of 30 mm Rheinmetall-Borsig MK 103 cannons installed.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1944
Me.410B-6/R3

In addition to the main Me.410B modifications, a number of special-purpose variants of the Hornet were created for maritime operations. The anti-ship Me.410B-6/R3 modification was equipped with a FuG 200 Hohentwiel patrol radar system and a suspended WB 103 container with two 30 mm Rheinmetall-Borsig MK 103 cannons.

Country : Germany
Type : Bomber, Heavy Fighter
Year : 1944
Ta.152H-1

The Ta 152 was, without a doubt, the best aircraft designed by Kurt Tank for Focke-Wulf. The aircraft was a further redesign of the venerable Fw.190, namely of the Fw.190D. The Ta.152 became possible thanks to the new high-altitude...

Country : Germany
Type : Fighter
Year : 1944
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