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Heinkel He 1 Heinkel He 1

1923

Three-seat low-wing monoplane floatplane designed by Ernst Heinkel but produced under licence in Sweden for ...

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The Heinkel He 2 represented an improvement on the He 1 and underwent considerable testing ...

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Heinkel He 2

1923

Heinkel He 2

Heinkel He 4 Heinkel He 4

1926

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Three-seat reconnaissance monoplane, developed from the He 1 and powered by 335kW Napier Lion engine. ...

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Heinkel He 5

1926

Heinkel He 5

Heinkel He 8 Heinkel He 8

1927

The He 8 was a two/three-seat reconnaissance floatplane powered by a 335kW Armstrong Siddeley Jaguar ...

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The He 46 of 1931 was a two-seat armed reconnaissance and army cooperation parasol-wing monoplane, ...

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Heinkel He 46

1931

Heinkel He 46

Heinkel He 59 Heinkel He 59

1931

The He 59 first appeared in 1931 and was a large twin-float biplane powered by ...

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The He 45 was the first of Heinkel's combat aircraft proper for the Third Reich. ...

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Heinkel He 45

1931

Heinkel He 45

Heinkel He 50 Heinkel He 50

1932

The He 50 was a 484.4kW Bramo 322B-engined single-seat dive-bomber and two-seat reconnaissance biplane of 1931, ...

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Ernst Heinkel, chief designer of Hansa Brandenburg for a number of years, was responsible for ...

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Heinkel He 51

1932

Heinkel He 51

Heinkel He 63 Heinkel He 63

1932

The first prototype flew in 1932. There were two modifications: the land based He-63L and ...

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Two-seat sporting and training monoplane powered by a 112kW Argus As 8R inverted engine. Both ...

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Heinkel He 64

1932

Heinkel He 64

Heinkel He 70 "Blitz" Heinkel He 70 "Blitz"

1932

The He 70 was produced as a commercial and military high-performance monoplane, powered by a ...

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Heinkel He 49

1932

Heinkel He 49

Heinkel He 60 Heinkel He 60

1933

The He 60 entered production in 1933 as a two-seat short-range armed reconnaissance biplane and ...

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Appearing in 1933, the He 72 was a two-seat open-cockpit biplane for training and aerobatics, ...

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Heinkel He 72 "Kadett"

1933

Heinkel He 72 "Kadett"

Heinkel He 74 Heinkel He 74

1933

Scaled-down version of the He 51 biplane, intended as advanced ...

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Developed to replace the He 59, the Heinkel He 115 floatplane prototype was flown ...

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Heinkel He 115

1933

Heinkel He 115

Heinkel He 112 Heinkel He 112

1935

Seeking a replacement for the Heinkel He 51 and Arado Ar 68 biplane ...

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Like a number of German aircraft which were designed and built in the 1930s, the ...

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Heinkel He 111

1935

Heinkel He 111

Heinkel He 114 Heinkel He 114

1936

Intended to replace Heinkel's own He 60, the Heinkel He 114 was developed originally ...

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Developed in 1936 as a mailplane for Deutsche Lufthansa, the Heinkel He 116 made use ...

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Heinkel He 116

1937

Heinkel He 116

Heinkel He 119 Heinkel He 119

1937

Experimental two-seat reconnaissance aircraft. The He 119 had a ...

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Designed as a replacement for the very successful Messerschmitt Bf 109, the He 100 failed ...

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Heinkel He 100

1938

Heinkel He 100

Heinkel He 118 Heinkel He 118

1938

Two-seat monoplane dive bomber, a sleek aircraft with a ...

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Single-seat experimental aeroplane powered by a 5.89kN Walter HWK-R1 203 rocket motor. First flown on ...

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Heinkel He 176

1939

Heinkel He 176

Heinkel He 178 Heinkel He 178

1939

This aircraft is assured a distinguished place in aviation history: on 27 August 1939, piloted ...

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Four years of development preceded the first production orders for the He 177, the first ...

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Heinkel He 177 "Greif"

1939

Heinkel He 177 "Greif"

Heinkel He 280 Heinkel He 280

1940

When work on the He 178 was discontinued in the autumn of 1939, effort ...

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Potentially one of the Luftwaffe's most effective night-fighters, the Heinkel He 219 Uhu (owl) was ...

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Heinkel He 219 "Uhu"

1942

Heinkel He 219 "Uhu"

Heinkel He 277 Heinkel He 277

1943

In an effort to overcome the problems being experienced with the coupled DB 606 engines ...

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The He 111Z (Zwilling, or twin) combined two He 111H-6 airframes, joined by a new ...

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Heinkel He 111Z

1943

Heinkel He 111Z

Heinkel He 162 "Salamander" Heinkel He 162 "Salamander"

1944

Popularly known as the '"Volksjager" (People's Fighter) but best remembered by the name Salamander, the ...

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Developed in substitution for the planned He 177A-4 high-altitude bomber, the Heinkel He 274 ...

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Heinkel He 274

1945

Heinkel He 274



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