Bloch Aircraft

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Bloch M.B.81 Bloch M.B.81

1932

Avions Marcel Bloch was formed in 1930, and its first designs were the Bloch MLB.60 ...

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When, in 1932, the French air ministry circulated its specification for a five-seat night bomber, ...

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Bloch M.B.200

1933

Bloch M.B.200

Bloch M.B.210 Bloch M.B.210

1934

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Selected by the French government from a number of competing designs for a transport suitable ...

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Bloch M.B.120

1934

Bloch M.B.120

Bloch M.B.131 Bloch M.B.131

1937

The Bloch 131, developed from Bloch 130.01 Guynemer prototype, flew in July 1934. The low-wing ...

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The Bloch 152 C1 cantilever low-wing monoplane was one of the standard Armee de l'Air ...

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Bloch M.B.150-155

1937

Bloch M.B.150-155

Bloch M.B.220 Bloch M.B.220

1937

An all-metal cantilever low-wing monoplane, powered by two Gnome-Rhone radial engines and fitted with retractable ...

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The Bloch 174/175 was the outstanding French reconnaissance-bomber of 1940. The design originated with the ...

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Bloch 174/175

1939

Bloch 174/175

Bloch M.B.161 / Sud-Est S.E.161 Languedoc Bloch M.B.161 / Sud-Est S.E.161 Languedoc

1939

It may seem strange that with France situated conveniently to deploy long-range strategic bombers against ...

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Another derivative of the Bloch 160 was identified initially as the Bloch M.B.162. This promised ...

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Bloch M.B.162

1940

Bloch M.B.162

Bloch M.B.700 Bloch M.B.700

1940

In 1936, the Ministere de l'Air established a requirement for a lightweight fighter of wooden construction which ...

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Representing the last of the fighter aircraft to be evolved from the M.B.150, which ...

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Bloch M.B.157

1942

Bloch M.B.157



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