A pre-WW2 Lufthansa civilian Fw 200 aircraftLufthansa airliner version of the Focke-Wulf Condor at Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, New York, 11 Aug 1938 after completing the first transatlantic flight from Berlin.Cockpit and flight controls in a Focke-Wulf 200 Condor bomber, date and location unknown.Fw 200 patrol bomber in flight, date unknown, photo 1 of 2
A pre-WW2 Lufthansa civilian Fw 200 aircraftLufthansa airliner version of the Focke-Wulf Condor at Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn, New York, 11 Aug 1938 after completing the first transatlantic flight from Berlin.Cockpit and flight controls in a Focke-Wulf 200 Condor bomber, date and location unknown.Fw 200 patrol bomber in flight, date unknown, photo 1 of 2
Fw 200 patrol bomber in flight, date unknown, photo 2 of 2German built Focke-Wulf Fw-200 Condor passenger airliner of the German owned Sdeta Airline based in Ecuador during a stop at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1939.Crews lined up in front of a squadron of Focke-Wulf 200 Condor bombers, Bordeaux–Mérignac airfield, Bordeaux, France, Sep 1941.Albert Speer in front of Hitler’s personal Focke-Wulf Fw 200-C4 Condor “Immelmann III”, 1943.
Fw 200 patrol bomber in flight, date unknown, photo 2 of 2German built Focke-Wulf Fw-200 Condor passenger airliner of the German owned Sdeta Airline based in Ecuador during a stop at Borinquen Field, Puerto Rico, 1939.Crews lined up in front of a squadron of Focke-Wulf 200 Condor bombers, Bordeaux–Mérignac airfield, Bordeaux, France, Sep 1941.Albert Speer in front of Hitler’s personal Focke-Wulf Fw 200-C4 Condor “Immelmann III”, 1943.
Focke-Wulf 200 Condor bomber running up its engines, date and location unknown.Focke-Wulf 200 Condor in flight, date unknownFocke-Wulf 200 Condor on an airstrip, date and location unknown.Focke-Wulf 200 Condor sitting on an airstrip, date and location unknown.
Focke-Wulf 200 Condor bomber running up its engines, date and location unknown.Focke-Wulf 200 Condor in flight, date unknownFocke-Wulf 200 Condor on an airstrip, date and location unknown.Focke-Wulf 200 Condor sitting on an airstrip, date and location unknown.
Allied crews inspect a captured Focke-Wulf 200 Condor shortly after war
Allied crews inspect a captured Focke-Wulf 200 Condor shortly after war's end, Brunswick-Waggum Airfield, Germany. Note the radar antennae on the nose.
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