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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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In search of the truth, he studied the report from the adjutant of the searchlight regiment which had scoured the sky for the rogue Heinkel.
The Earslwood Village Museum still has part of the wreckage of the Heinkel as well as Feldwebel Ruhle's Iron Cross that was found in the field weeks later.
After the explosion," the pilot said, when he landed, ' the flames ripped along the fuselage as the Heinkel pilot twisted and turned in an attempt to evade a second attack.
Over France he shot down two Heinkel bombers and later, when on August 15, 1940, the Luftwaffe, from Norway bases, launched a significant raid on the North-East, Bazin was among the pilots who intercepted the enemy over Whitley Bay.
We want to know now what these individual communities want," Heinkel said.
Mark Jardine, as the evil Heinkel, similarly managed to pull off a rather convincing baddie, commanding plenty of boos and hisses from the audience.
Heinkel Filtering Systems has been manufacturing filtration equipment since 1964.
After taking up a licence with the Italian firm Iso, BMW began producing the Bubble Car to compete with other survivors of the German aero industry Heinkel and Messerschmidt.
The Gazette knows of several German aircraft shot down by the RAF in the war, including a Messerschmitt 110 at Marske and a Heinkel 111 bomber just outside Whitby.
The building, in Shutt Lane, Solihull, will be hosting a special exhibition detailing the night a German Heinkel bomber crashed in the village in May 1941.
1939: The first jet-propelled aircraft, the Heinkel 178, made its maiden flight
Sadly, just a week later, Norman's brother Ronald Plant - a pilot in the 603 Lancaster Bomber squadron - died in a mid-air collision with a Heinkel.