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Junkers

Hugo. 1859--1935, German aircraft designer. His military aircraft were used in both World Wars
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Richard Byers successfully categorizes Hugo Junkers a German engineer and aircraft designer, into the role he played in the development of aviation versus that of assisting the Third Reich.
The end of the Junker 290 story was understandably disorganized as it took place as the German military unraveled in the final weeks of the war's conflict in the European theater.
Hugo Junkers and the Dream of Aviation sounded pretty good.
A spitfire flying out of Woolsington shot down A Junkers bomber at night
The first strafing occurred in July 1940 when a Junkers 88 machine gunned Queen Street in Peterhead.
The Junkers had been brought down by Hurricanes and Spitfires of 66 and 92 Squadrons.
1915: The German Junkers J1, the first all-metal aeroplane, was test flown at Dessau.
"Visitors to our stand will be able to see the system in action for themselves on our own 'Junkers' vibration test machine".
The Junkers bombers from Denmark were unescorted, such was the arrogance of the German commanders.
THE Junkers JU87 or Stuka - short for Sturzkampfflugzeug, the German word for dive-bomber - was a twoseater aircraft easily recognised from its cranked wing shape, fixed undercarriage and fearsome wailing produced by sirens in the wings.
Planters and Prussian Junkers (Oxford: Oxford University Press.