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Chioni Wch 4, Russia, 1921 , Large Bomber 

 

 
 

Aeromarine PG 1, USA, 1922 , Fighter and ground attack aircraft (prototype) 

 

 
 

Dornier C, Germany, 1924 , Taktical reconnaissance aircraft 

 

Was equipped with various engines (Napier Lion IV, 450hp, 176km/h)

 
 

Dornier D, Germany, 1924 , Sea-based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Fairey Fawn Mk. III, United Kingdom, 1924 , Light bomber 

 

 
 

Aero Ab 11, Czech Republic, 1925 , Reconnaissance and light bombing aircraft 

 

 
 

Fairey Fox Mk. VI, United Kingdom, 1925 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Fokker D-XI, Netherlands, 1925 , Tactical Bomber 

 

 
 

Hawker Horsley, United Kingdom, 1925 , Light bomber, Torpedobomber 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 14, Germany, 1925 , Sea based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers G 24 a, Germany, 1925 , Airliner, Transport, Bomber 

 

 
 

Dornier N, Germany, 1926 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers K 30, Germany, 1926 , Bomber, Torpedobomber 

 

 
 

Junkers K 39 a, Germany, 1926 , Long range reconnaissance, Bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers K 43 a, Germany, 1926 , Reconnaissance, Bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers R 42, Germany, 1926 , Bomber, also as sea-based bomber and torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers W 34 b, Germany, 1926 , Airliner, Transport, Reconnaissance, Bomber 

 

 
 

Letov S 16, Czech Republic, 1926 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Handley Page Hyderabad, United Kingdom, 1927 , Combat reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 7, Germany, 1927 , Sea based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers K 37 I, Germany, 1927 , Long range reconnaissance (I), Bomber (II), Ground attack (III) 

 

 
 

Potez L 25 A-2 Jupiter, France, 1927 , Long Range Reconnaissance Aircraft, light Bomber 

 

 
 

Westland Wapiti Mk II. A, United Kingdom, 1927 , Light bomber, multi-purpose aircraft 

 

 
 

Hawker Hart, United Kingdom, 1928 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Heinkel HD 16 W, Germany, 1928 , Torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Rohrbach Ro VI, Germany, 1928 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Rohrbach Ro VIII Mb, Germany, 1928 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Vickers Vildebeest Mk. IV, United Kingdom, 1928 , Torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Aero A 42, Czech Republic, 1929 , Bomber 

 

 
 

BFW M 22, Germany, 1929 , Long range reconnaissance, bomber 

 

 
 

Breguet XIX, France, 1929 , Combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Junkers A 48 b, Germany, 1929 , Fighter, dive bomber 

 

 
 

Letov S 321, Czech Republic, 1929 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Letov S 528, Czech Republic, 1930 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Fairey Gordon, United Kingdom, 1931 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Hawker Audax, United Kingdom, 1931 , Army ccoperation aircraft 

 

 
 

Dornier Do 11, Germany, 1932 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Fokker C IX, Netherlands, 1932 , Long range reconnaissance, light bomber 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 50, Germany, 1932 , Dive bomber, reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 59 B-1, Germany, 1932 , Sea based combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Martin B 10 B, USA, 1932 , Bomber 

 

The B10 was the first Bomber of modern layout - unbraced monoplane wings, all metal construction - wich was built in numbers. It had an internal bomb storage, retractable gear, a rotating gun turret and a closed cockpit. The US Air Corps purchased 121 B10 and additional 32 B12 which had Pratt&Whitney engines instead of Wrights. In 1934, General "Hap" arnold did send 10 B10 on a journey from Washington to Fairbanks/Alsaka and back, 7360 miles. Except in the USA, B10s where in use in the Netherlands, China and Argentina. By the end of the 1930ies the B10 were replaced by B17s and B18s.

 
 

Aero A 100, Czech Republic, 1933 , Reconnaissance / light bomber 

 

 
 

Blackburn B 6 Shark Mk. II, United Kingdom, 1933 , Torpedobomber and sea surveillance aircraft 

 

 
 

Boulton Paul Overstrand Mk I, United Kingdom, 1933 , mid-size bomber 

 

 
 

Dornier Do 13, Germany, 1933 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Vickers Vincent, United Kingdom, 1933 , Multi-Purpose Aircraft 

 

 
 

Westland Wallace Mk. II, United Kingdom, 1933 , Light bomber 

 

 
 

Dornier Do 23, Germany, 1934 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Fairey Swordfish Mk. II, United Kingdom, 1934 , Carrier based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

Hawker Hind, United Kingdom, 1934 , Light bomber 

 

 
 

Hawker Hardy, United Kingdom, 1934 , General purpose aircraft 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 66, Germany, 1934 , Reconnaissance aircraft, dive bomber 

 

 
 

Messerschmitt Me 110 G Zerstörer, Germany, 1934 , Heavy Fighter-Bomber 

 

1934 the RLM asked for a heavy fighter with great range and some defensive armament. In practice, the Bf 110 was not agile enough to withstand single- engine fighters. It was used in various roles like fighter-bomber, ground support and nightfighting.

 
 

Savoia Marchetti SM 79 Sparviero, Italy, 1934 , Medium bomber 

 

 
 

Breda Ba. 65, Italy, 1935 , Fighter, light bomber, teactical reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Bristol Type 130 Bombay Mk. I, United Kingdom, 1935 , Bomber / Transporter 

 

 
 

Caproni Bergamaschi Ca 135 P.XI, Italy, 1935 , Medium Bomber 

 

 
 

Caproni Bergamaschi Ca 309 Ghibli, Italy, 1935 , general-purpose / light reconnaissance bomber 

 

 
 

CRDA Cant C. 506 Airone, Italy, 1935 , Reconnaissance / bomber floatplane 

 

 
 

Hawker Hartebeeste, United Kingdom, 1935 , Ground support aircraft 

 

 
 

Henschel Hs 124, Germany, 1935 , Combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Savoia Marchetti SM 81 Pipistrello, Italy, 1935 , Bomber / Transport 

 

 
 

Tupolev ANT 3, Russia, 1935 , Reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Vickers Wellesley Mk. I, United Kingdom, 1935 , Light bomber 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 81, Germany, 1936 , dive bomber 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 95 A1, Germany, 1936 , Seabased bomber and torpedo attack a/c 

 

 
 

Armstrong Whitworth AW 38 Whitley Mk V, United Kingdom, 1936 , Night bomber 

 

The Whitleys were with more than 1800 produced one of the major types of the RAF at the beginning of the war. They were withdrawn from the bomber role in 1942 and used as long range sea reconnaissance and sub hunters, tug for gliders and transport airplanes.

 
 

BFW Bf 110 G Zerstörer, Germany, 1936 , Heavy Fighter-Bomber / Nightfighter 

 

1934 the RLM asked for a heavy fighter with great range and some defensive armament. In practice, the Bf 110 was not agile enough to withstand single- engine fighters. It was used in various roles like fighter-bomber, ground support and nightfighting.

 
 

Breda Ba. 88 Lince, Italy, 1936 , Fighter bomber, tactical Recconnaissnance 

 

 
 

Brewster SBN, Australia, 1936 , Carrier based scout-bomber / -trainer 

 

 
 

Bristol Type 160 Blenheim Mk IV, United Kingdom, 1936 , Light Bomber 

 

The Blenheim was developed 1936 from a fast transport very similar to the vita of the Heinkel 111. Blen- heims were used as fast bombers and low level attack aircraft.

 
 

Caproni Ca 133, Italy, 1936 , Airliner, Transport, Bomber 

 

 
 

Curtiss SBC 4 Helldiver, USA, 1936 , Carrier based dive bomber 

 

 
 

Dornier Do 17 P, Germany, 1936 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Douglas B 18 A Bolo, USA, 1936 , Bomber and ASW aircraft 

 

The B18 was developed to relieve the aged B10. It was developed from the DC2 transport. The B18 faced in a contest the Martin 146 and the Boeing 299 and won. The US Air Corps purchased 133, lateron additional 217 B18A. IN 1942 the B18 were replaced and used further as transports and sub hunters.

 
 

FIAT BR. 20 Cicogna, Italy, 1936 , Medium bomber 

 

 
 

Hawker Hector, United Kingdom, 1936 , Ground cooperation aircraft 

 

 
 

K+W C 35, Switzerland, 1936 , Reconnaisance and light bomber aircraft 

 

The Switzerland Airforce had the need for a twoseater aircraft for reconnaisance, air defense and bombing, both horizontal and dive bombing. The C35 was derived from several Fokker types, some 88 were build.

 
 

Northrop A 17 A, USA, 1936 , Dive bomber 

 

The A17 series was developed from the famous Northrop Gamma. It replaced the Curtiss A8 and A12 Shrike. The A17 was the last mono engine attack aircraft in the US Army Air Corps. Some 109 were build with a fixed gear and another 129 with a retractable gear.

 
 

Arado Ar 198, Germany, 1937 , tactical reconnaissance 

 

 
 

Blackburn B 24 Skua Mk II, United Kingdom, 1937 , Carrier-based fighter and attack plane 

 

The Skua was the first monowing fighter of the Royal Navy. Some 190 were build, but as early as 1941 it was redrawn from active duty.

 
 

Consolidated PB2Y Coronado, USA, 1937 , Long range flying boat bomber 

 

 
 

CRDA Cant Z. 1007 Alcione, Italy, 1937 , Medium bomber 

 

 
 

Douglas B 23 Dragon, USA, 1937 , Medium size bomber 

 

 
 

Fairey Battle Mk.I, United Kingdom, 1937 , Light Bomber 

 

The Battle did take over the light bomber role from biplanes like the Hart and Hind from the mid-30ies. At the beginning of the war performance nor fire- power were sufficient to survive fighter attacks, so it was withdrawn from active service.

 
 

Fairey Fulmar Mk I, United Kingdom, 1937 , Carrier-based fighter bomber 

 

 
 

Focke Wulf FW 57, Germany, 1937 , Destroyer 

 

 
 

Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 137, Germany, 1937 , Dive bomber 

 

 
 

Handley Page HP 52 Hereford, United Kingdom, 1937 , Medium size bomber 

 

 
 

Heinkel He 111 H, Germany, 1937 , Medium Bomber 

 

The He 111 was the german standard bomber during WWII. The design was originally a fast airliner, so its speed was very high at the beginning of the war. Later allied fighters were faster and armed heavier, so the He 111 couldn't resist any more.

 
 

PZL P 37 Los, Poland, 1937 , Combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Aero A 300, Czech Republic, 1938 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Arado Ar 195, Germany, 1938 , carrier based torpedo bomber and tactical recconnaissance 

 

 
 

Blackburn B 26 Botha, United Kingdom, 1938 , Reconnaissance, Torpedobomber, Trainer 

 

 
 

Bristol Type 152 Beaufort, United Kingdom, 1938 , Torpedobomber 

 

 
 

Douglas SBD 5 Dauntless, USA, 1938 , Carrier based dive bomber 

 

 
 

Fairey Albacore, United Kingdom, 1938 , Carrier-based torpedo bomber 

 

 
 

FIAT CR 25, Italy, 1938 , Attack aircraft 

 

 
 

Fieseler Fi 167, Germany, 1938 , Carrier based combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Focke Wulf FW 187, Germany, 1938 , Destroyer 

 

 
 

Hamburger Flugzeugbau Ha 140, Germany, 1938 , Sea based combat aircraft 

 

 
 

Handley Page HP 42 Hampden, United Kingdom, 1938 , Medium size bomber 

 

 
 

Henschel HS 123 A, Germany, 1938 , Dive bomber, ground attack aircraft 

 

 
 

Junkers Ju 86 D-1, Germany, 1938 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Junkers Ju 87 B-2 Stuka, Germany, 1938 , Dive Bomber 

 

In the 30ies the dive bombing technique was used to bring bombs exactly into the target. The Ju 87 was dedicated to this task. It was slow and vulnerable. Later it was equipped with two 370mm Guns and used as a tunk hunter.

 
 

Lockheed A 29 Hudson, USA, 1938 , Maritime patrol-bomber 

 

 
 

Morane Saulnier MS 406, France, 1938 , Fighter Bomber 

 

 
 

North American B 25 J Mitchell, USA, 1938 , Medium Bomber 

 

 
 

Potez 63, France, 1938 , Light Bomber 

 

 
 

PZL P 23 Karas, Poland, 1938 , Bomber 

 

 
 

Rogoscharski R 313, Russia, 1938 , Light Bomber 

 

 
 

Vickers Warwick, United Kingdom, 1938 , Bomber, long range reconnaissance aircraft 

 

 
 

Vickers Wellington Mk.I, United Kingdom, 1938 , Long range bomber 

 

(Side view: Wellington GR Mk. V.)

 
 

Westland Whirlwind, United Kingdom, 1938 , Long range fighter bomber 

 

       

 

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