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Heinkel He 111


Heinkel He 111 Bomber

Service Data

In Service: 1939 to 1945

Production Data

First Flight: 1939
Manufacturer: Heinkel
Number built: 7,300

Technical Data

Type: Bomber

Crew: 5 man
Length: 16.4 m
Wingspan: 22.6 m
Wing area: 86.5 m²
Height: 4 m
Empty: 7,720 kg
Loaded: 9,600 kg
Engine: 2 × Junkers Jumo 211F 12 cylinder supercharged liquid cooled 60 degree inverted Vee piston engine producing up to 1,350 hp each
Maximum speed: 365 km/h
Range: 1,950 km
Service ceiling: 6.700 m
3 × 7.92 mm MG 81Z machine guns
1 × 20 mm MG FF cannon in nose
1 × 13 mm MG 131 machine gun in dorsal position
8 × 250 kg bombs in internal bomb bay
2 × 1,250 kg on two external racks
Operators: Luftwaffe, China, Hungary, Romania, Spain, Turkey
He 111 A-0
He 111 B-0
He 111 B-1
He 111 B-2
He 111 C-0
He 111 D-0
He 111 D-1
He 111 E-0
He 111 E-1
He 111 E-3
He 111 E-4
He 111 E-5
He 111 F-0
He 111 F-1
He 111 F-4
He 111 G-0
He 111 G-3
He 111 G-4
He 111 G-5
He 111 J-0
He 111 J-1
He 111L
He 111 P-0
He 111 P-1
He 111 P-2
He 111 P-3
He 111 P-4
He 111 P-6
He 111 P-6/R2
He 111 H-0
He 111 H-1
He 111 H-2
He 111 H-3
He 111 H-4
He 111 H-5
He 111 H-6
He 111 H-7
He 111 H-8
He 111 H-8/R2
He 111 H-9
He 111 H-10
He 111 H-11
He 111 H-11/R1
He 111 H-11/R2
He 111 H-12
He 111 H-14
He 111 H-14/R1
He 111 H-15
He 111 H-16
He 111 H-16/R1
He 111 H-16/R2
He 111 H-16/R3
He 111 H-18
He 111 H-20
He 111 H-20/R1
He 111 H-20/R2
He 111 H-20/R3
He 111 H-20/R4
He 111 H-21
He 111 H-22
He 111 H-23
He 111R
He 111 Z-1
He 111 Z-2
He 111 Z-3

Other: Bombers
They were shot down in the Lammermoors


The Heinkel He 111 was a four seat twin engines asymmetric glazed nose transport and medium bomber a surviving example of the He 111H-20 can be found at the RAF Museum Hendon, London.


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Film Footage Gallery

This clip shows the Heinkel He 111 Bomber lined up on a Luftwaffe airfield in the process of taking off.

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