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Old 03-04-2001, 08:23 PM
Richard T Eger Richard T Eger is offline
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Default German Aviation 1919 - 1945, by Lennart Nilsson

This appears to be a fairly new site, but it holds great promise. The site address is:

http://www.histaviation.com/

Lennart has provided a list of German aircraft companies far more extensive than any I've ever seen and then listed for each an extensive list of the aircraft designed and/or produced. The site has lots of growing room, but, so far, Lennart has covered the following companies and aircraft with articles, photos, and drawings:

Aka-Flieger (Akademische Fliegergruppe an der Technischen Hochshule)

Akaflieg Darmstadt
D-1 to D 24 and D 28 to D-33 (=DM 1)

Akaflieg München
Mü 1 to Mü 21

Darmstadt-München
DM 1

Arado
Ar 68
AR 79

Blohm und Voss
Ha 135
Ha 136
Ha 137
Ha 139
Ha 142
BV 40
BV 155
BV P.6
BV P.11

Deicke
ADM 7
ADM 11

Dornier
Do Schneider
Do 17 (unavailable at time of review)
Do 26
Do 212

Erla
Erla 6

Focke-Achgelis
Fa 223 (unavailable at time of review)

Focke-Wulf
Fw A7
Fw A16
Fw A17
Fw GL 18
Fw F19
Fw A20
Fw A21
Fw GL22
Fw K23
Fw S24
Fw A26
Fw A29
Fw A32
Fw A33
Fw A36
Fw A38
Fw S39
Fw 40
Fw A43 = Fw 43
Fw S1
Fw S2
Fw W4
Fw W7
Fw 43
Fw 44
Fw A47
Fw 55
Fw 56
Fw 57
Fw 61 (unavailable at time of review)
Fw Triebflügel
Focke-Wulf Cierva C19
Focke-Wulf Cierva C30

Günar
Günar 1

Haessler/Villinger
H.V.1

Heinkel
He 115 (unavailable at time of review)
He 118

Junkers
Ju 86
Ju 90

LFG
LFG V 3a

Messerschmitt
BFW 1
BFW 3
BFW U12
Me 264

Schmeidler
SN-2

Schneider
S. M. 5
Grunau Motorbaby

Stahlwerk Mark
R V
MD I
ME 1
ME II
MS II

Udet Flugzeugbau GmbH
U-12

BFW - See Messerschmitt

Lehmann
Lehmann Falter

Raab
R2

FFG Prag
FFG Prag FG 227 (large scale model of Bv 238)

In addition, Lennart has some interesting photos of what appears to be engine heating equipment.

Active sections are:

What's New
Aircraft
Foreign built
Segelflug
Equipment
Civil Aviation
Luftwaffe
Airships
Links
E-Mail

Planned further sections are:

Condor Legion
Engines
Lufthansa
Air Transport
Co-Belligerents
Weapons
Source
People
Models

Based on the "What's New" section, Lennart is actively adding to his website. This promises to be a very extensive website covering not only the well known, but also the obscure. It will be well worth watching its progress.

Regards,
Richard

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