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FW-58 B-2 in flight.

FW-189

FW 189A-2 on the concrete strip in Chkalov, 1943

The first issue of Fw 190A (KB + PV), ready for a test flight. The cabin Lieutenant Behrens.

Fw 190A-5/U3 is under every polukrylom bomb on SC 50 and SC 500 bomb under the fuselage.

Starting the engine Fw 19OA-6 from I./JG54 generated from external batteries. Winter in Russia was difficult not only for people but also machines. Siverskaya.

FW 190A-8 # 682011 had a ventral suspension and wing 30 mm cannon. The tests in the Air Force Institute showed that the aircraft is a serious threat to our ground troops and attack aircraft of the Red Army.

FW 190D-9 or "nine Dora" as it was called in the troops.

Captured FW 190D-9, which pilots flew Air Baltic Fleet, June 1945

FW 190F-8 SC 500 bomb.

Fokke-Wulf Fw 190F-8, "black 10", from 5 1./SG parked in Immola June 28, 1944. This aircraft flew Feldwebel Hartmut Gellvart.

FW 190 G-3.

By early 1941, the Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor airliner had been adapted in only small numbers for anti-shipping work with KG 40, but it was struggling to deal with the rigours of operational flying. Here, a pristine, early production Fw 200, W.Nr.0002, BS+AG, has been rolled out on a winter's day at the Focke-Wulf works in Bremen in early 1940. This machine was built as the V 11 and subsequently became the first B-1 variant. It was later converted to become the first C-1 and was taken on by 1./KG40 on 19 February. Its subsequent fate is unknown.

FW 200C-3/U4 F8+GH from KG 40.

FW 200C-3 # 0034 arrived in Chkalovsk, April 1943.

In June 1943, the Central Park of Culture and Leisure exhibition of captured equipment. Muscovites visiting German planes. Clearly visible Focke-Wulf "Condor", delivered from Stalingrad.


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