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034244 - HEINKEL He111: An Illustrated History

By Robert Forsyth

The Heinkel He 111 was the most recognisable German bomber aircraft of World War 2. This book forms a heavyweight study of its development and operational history, exploring the many variants of this famous and longserving Luftwaffe bomber aircraft. The text is illustrated by several hundred rare photographs, manufacturer's handbook data, scale line drawings and specially commissioned colour artwork.

The He 111 was a mainstay of the Luftwaffe bomber force. Rugged and flexible, it first saw operational deployment in the Spanish Civil War with the Legion Condor in the late 1930s, and subsequently in World War 2. It was used on every single battle front, from the early Blitzkrieg campaigns of 1939/40 through to the Mediterranean and the vast theatre that was Russia. The appeal of the He 111 as a combat aircraft is due to its widely dispersed service and covered here are the variants and wide array of armament and equipment with which they were fitted as well as their various markings and camouflage schemes.


Format Hardback
Pages 336
Publication Date -

colour artworks, scale line drawings

Width (mm) 226
Height (mm) 303
Dust Jacket -


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