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Ju88 Collection

The Junkers Ju-88, a versatile and formidable aircraft of World War II, played a significant role in aerial warfare

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Junkers Ju-88R
Captured Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88R Wearing a UK RAF Royal Airforce Livery Date: 1940s

Background imageJu88 Collection: WW2 - Ju88 attacked by Spitfires - ditched off Pagham, Essex

WW2 - Ju88 attacked by Spitfires - ditched off Pagham, Essex
1940

Background imageJu88 Collection: Junkers Ju-88A-1

Junkers Ju-88A-1
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88A-1 Parked Weraing 1/Kg 30 Badges and Marking Date: 1939

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Junkers Ju-88G
Captured Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88G Wearing a UK RAF Royal Airforce Livery Date: 1940s

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Junkers Ju-88B-1
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88B-1 Bomber Parked Date: 1940s

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Junkers Ju-88R-1
A Captured Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88R-1 Bomber after Removal of Nose Antennae Wnr 360043 Date: 1943

Background imageJu88 Collection: Junkers Ju-88G-1

Junkers Ju-88G-1
Captured Luftwaffe 7 Staffel/Njg 2 Junkers Ju-88G-1 Bomber Equipped with Fug 220 Lichtenstein Sn-2 Radar, Naxos-Z and Fug 227 Flensburg Homer - Flying in RAF Royal Airforce Marking - the Aircraft

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Junkers Ju-88A-4
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88A-4 Bomber Carrying a L-10 Glider Torpedo During Evaluation Testing at Gotenhofen / Gdynia, Poland Date: 1940s

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Junkers Ju-88P-3
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88P-3 Bomber with 2X 37Mm Bk 3.7 Cannon Offset to Port Parked on Muddy Grass Date: 1940s

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Junkers Ju-88A-13
Ju-88 Parked in Snow with Giess Kanne Date: 1940s

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Junkers Ju-88A-5
A Captured Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88 Parked Wearing British UK Royal Airforce Marking at Chivenor, UK by Mistake Date: 1940s

Background imageJu88 Collection: Junkers Ju-88V-5 prototype

Junkers Ju-88V-5 prototype
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88V-5 Bomber Date: 1940s

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Junkers Ju-88V-3 prototype
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88V-3 Prototype Bomber the First with Jumo 811 Engine Date: 1940s

Background imageJu88 Collection: Junkers Ju-88V-7 prototype

Junkers Ju-88V-7 prototype
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88V-7 / Ju-88Z Fighter Bomber Prototype in 1939 Date: 1939

Background imageJu88 Collection: Junkers Ju-88V-1 prototype

Junkers Ju-88V-1 prototype
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-88V-1 Bomber Prototype Flying in December 1936 During Initial Flight-Test Trials Date: 1936

Background imageJu88 Collection: Junkers Ju-88A

Junkers Ju-88A
A Luftwaffe 2./ Kampfgeschwader 806 Junkers Ju-88A after a Crash-Landing in a Field in the UK During the Battle-Of-Britain in 1940 Date: 1940

Background imageJu88 Collection: Diagramatic layout of Ju88 cockpit instruments

Diagramatic layout of Ju88 cockpit instruments, from Instructions for flying the Junkers 88. AM Pamphlet 114D. Part only

Background imageJu88 Collection: RAF Poster, Help Britain Finish The Job! WW2

RAF Poster, Help Britain Finish The Job! WW2
RAF Poster, Help Britain Finish The Job! Showing two British Hawker Hurricane fighters flying over a British aircraft carrier at sea during the Second World War



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The Junkers Ju-88, a versatile and formidable aircraft of World War II, played a significant role in aerial warfare. From the sleek Ju-88R to the iconic Ju-88A-1 and B-1 models, this German bomber showcased its power and agility on numerous missions. However, even the mighty Ju-88 was not invincible as it faced fierce opposition from Spitfires during an intense battle off Pagham, Essex. With its distinctive design and advanced features, such as the powerful engines and streamlined fuselage, the Junkers Ju-88 proved to be a force to be reckoned with. The innovative Ju-88G-1 variant further enhanced its capabilities for night-fighting operations. Whether attacking enemy targets or providing vital reconnaissance support, this aircraft demonstrated remarkable versatility. Among its notable variants were the reliable A-series models like the Ju-88A-4 and A-13 that saw action across various fronts. Meanwhile, the menacing presence of the heavily armed G-series struck fear into adversaries' hearts. One cannot overlook the significance of prototypes like the groundbreaking V5 model which pushed boundaries in terms of speed and performance. These experimental designs paved the way for future advancements in aviation technology. Despite encountering challenges along their path during WW2 battles against Spitfires over Pagham's skies or other engagements worldwide - these encounters only served to highlight both sides' determination and skill in aerial combat. Today, remnants of these legendary aircraft can still be found preserved in museums around the world—a testament to their enduring legacy as symbols of innovation and bravery from an era long past but never forgotten.