Air International 1989-05
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??? - The Curious Saga of the He 112 /Warbirds/ (1)
The He 112 V1 powered by a Rolls-Royce Kestrel engine photographed in September 1935
Третий прототип с пулеметным вооружением He 112 V3.
The He 112 V3 after the application of the new wing, revision of the radiator bath and provision of a three-bladed adjustable-pitch propeller and a cockpit canopy. At this stage, the V3 had reverted to the original vertical tail surfaces.
The He 112 V4 in a line-up of German aircraft demonstrated al the Zurich-Dubendorf airfield in July 1937 and where it was overshadowed by the Messerschmitt Bf 109.
He112V-6 получил полноценную 20-мм пушку C/30, способную стрелять сквозь втулку винта.
The He 112 V5 photographed at Tablada in December 1936, having had its machine gun armament removed and replaced by a single 20-mm MG C/30L engine-mounted cannon
The He 112 V4 as originally rolled out.
The He 112 V4 was representative of the A-series fighter which was to be overtaken by the radically redesigned B-series.
The He 112 V2 after the application of clipped wingtips with which it underwent official trials at Travemiinde.
The He 112 V4 as displayed at Zurich-Dubendorf with armament, revised vertical tail surfaces and two-bladed propeller.
The He 112 V8, the last of the A-series airframes, fitted with a Daimler-Benz DB 600Aa engine as a test-bed. Subsequently reengined with a Jumo 210, it was later destroyed at Neuhardenburg during rocket propulsion tests.
The He 112 V5 as originally rolled out of the factory with three-bladed propeller
The He 112 V8, the last of the A-series airframes, fitted with a Daimler-Benz DB 600Aa engine as a test-bed. Subsequently reengined with a Jumo 210, it was later destroyed at Neuhardenburg during rocket propulsion tests.
Авария "каноненфогеля" (He 112 V6) в Испании 19 июля 1937г.
The He 112 V5 after having broken its back and bent its wing spars in a crash at Escalona on 19 July 1937.
Heinkel He 112B-0