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Heinkel

Ernst Heinrich . 1888--1958, German aircraft designer. His company provided many military aircraft in World Wars I and II, including the first jet-powered plane
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The size of the bomb found is about the same size as |those pictured above and it would have been carried by a Heinkel HE 111 (below)
The field, lit by late afternoon's anaemic sunlight, is a hive of feverish activity, with a team winching bombs and canisters of incendiaries into the bowels of the Heinkel HE 111.
Higginson, from Loughor, scored his first victories in May 1940, downing a Dornier 17 near Douai and a Heinkel 111 near Cambrai.
It depicts a wartime battle in the skies over Britain and shows a Heinkel bomber billowing smoke after being in combat with a Spitfire.
Sqn Ldr Joll cheated death again later when his Blenheim iced up and went into a spin and once more after his Beaufighter was shot up by a Heinkel.
Equipped with four cannons, four machine guns, intercept radar, a tail looking scanner, and a radar-operated homing device, his squadron's aircraft were assigned to shoot down Heinkel 111s that were air-launching V-1 bombs over the English Channel.
A Heinkel 111 bomber made a crash landing near Bannial Flatt Farm, two miles north of Whitby.
He was part of a Heinkel bomber crew, an HE111 belonging to Kampfgruppe 100, roughly equivalent to a RAF Wing.
In 1962 the right to manufacture the Heinkel bubblecar was acquired and production then commenced of the renamed Trojan 200.
So is Ingrid Heinkel, who imports cork accessories ranging from men's wallets to a woman's backpack in a tiger stripe design.
During the Battle of Britain, in 1940, he shot down the first of his eight kills, a Heinkel He111.