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Junkers Collection

"Junkers: The Legends of the Skies" Step back in time to the Second World War, where the skies were dominated by the mighty Junkers aircraft

Background imageJunkers Collection: The Stuka Advertised

The Stuka Advertised
Junkers JU-87 Stuka dive- bombers featured in an advertisement exploiting their sinister shape and fearsome reputation Date: February 1941

Background imageJunkers Collection: Percival Proctor 5 after being converted

Percival Proctor 5 after being converted to look like a Junkers Ju87 for the film Battle of Britain

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers 52 Aircraft; Second World War, 1940

Junkers 52 Aircraft; Second World War, 1940
Cutaway diagram of a Junkers Ju-52 transport aircraft, with a cargo of 18 troops, 1940

Background imageJunkers Collection: Dakota 1 (2-Cyclone) Transport Plane

Dakota 1 (2-Cyclone) Transport Plane, seen from three different angles. 1942

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-87B-2 Stuka

Junkers Ju-87B-2 Stuka
Loose Formation Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-87B-2 Stukas of 5/St.G 2 Flying over Tmimi, Libya During WW2 Date: 1940s

Background imageJunkers Collection: WW2 poster, German Junkers JU 188 fighter plane

WW2 poster, German Junkers JU 188 fighter plane
Poster, German Junkers JU 188 fighter plane with sectional views and annotations. 1944

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-87A Stuka

Junkers Ju-87A Stuka
Trio of Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-87 Stukas of Sturzkampfgeschwader St.G 165 flying in formation During WW2 Date: 1940s

Background imageJunkers Collection: The first prototype Junkers G38 D-2000

The first prototype Junkers G38 D-2000
The first prototype Junkers G38, D-2000

Background imageJunkers Collection: Poster of a JU 188 Junkers Bomber

Poster of a JU 188 Junkers Bomber, built for the German Luftwaffe during the Second World War. 1940s

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-88R

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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-87D Stuka

Junkers Ju-87D Stuka
Six Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-87D Stuka flying in formation Very Early During WW2 Enroute to Bomb Poland on 18th October 1939 Date: 1939

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju 87G -showing its formidible 37mm anti-tank c

Junkers Ju 87G -showing its formidible 37mm anti-tank cannons

Background imageJunkers Collection: The Junkers Ju87G-1

The Junkers Ju87G-1 was armed with a pair of 37mm Flak 18 cannon for anti-tank use

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju 87B -developed specifically as a dive bomber

Junkers Ju 87B -developed specifically as a dive bomber, it was effective as long as it flew with friendly fighter cover

Background imageJunkers Collection: The Graf Zeppelin LZ 127 over a Junkers Ju52 / 3m of Lufthansa

The Graf Zeppelin LZ 127 over a Junkers Ju52 / 3m of Lufthansa
The Graf Zeppelin, LZ 127, over a Junkers Ju52/3m of Lufthansa

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

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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Royal Air Force de Havilland Mosquito NF Mk. XV

Royal Air Force de Havilland Mosquito NF Mk. XV high-altitude fighter. This is an example of the rare NF Mk. XV with the extended wing-span wings, pressurised cockpit, 70 series Merlin engines

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-290 A-7

Junkers Ju-290 A-7
Captured Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-290A-7 Parked Date: 1945

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-290 A-6

Junkers Ju-290 A-6
Spanish Airforce Junkers Ju-290A-6 Parked in Spain Date: 1945

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Jumo 207 D-V2 In-line 6 Diesel Engine, ca. World War II. Creator: Junkers

Junkers Jumo 207 D-V2 In-line 6 Diesel Engine, ca. World War II. Creator: Junkers
Dr. Hugo Junkers started development of his Diesel aircraft engines in a small factory at Dessau, Germany in 1911. His early engines functioned on the two-stroke cycle principle with

Background imageJunkers Collection: Croydon Airport - Junkers Ju52-3m D-AHAL

Croydon Airport - Junkers Ju52-3m D-AHAL
Junkers Ju52/3m D-AHAL Otto Bernert (msn 5034), of Deutsche LuftHansa (DLH) on approach to land at Croydon Airport. First registered in October 1934

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-290 A-5

Junkers Ju-290 A-5
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-290A-5 Flying Date: 1940s

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-290 V-1 prototype

Junkers Ju-290 V-1 prototype
Luftwaffe Junkers Ju-290V-1 Parked Date: 1940s

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-88A-1

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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-88G

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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-87D-5 Stuka

Junkers Ju-87D-5 Stuka
Luftwaffe 7/Stg1 Junkers Ju-87D-5 Stukas Parked Amongst Trees Date: 1940

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-88B-1

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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-88R-1

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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-86

Junkers Ju-86
South African Airways Saa Junkers Ju-86 Airliner Parked Date: 1940s

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-87G-1 Stuka

Junkers Ju-87G-1 Stuka
Luftwaffe 10Pz / Sg77 Junkers Ju-87G-1 Stuka Parked with Anti-Tank Gun Date: 1940s

Background imageJunkers 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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-88P-3

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

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-87B Stuka

Junkers Ju-87B Stuka
One of Four Junkers Ju-87B Stuka Dive-Bomber of Luftwaffe 3. / Stukageschwader 2 Immelmann Were Shot Down on 16 August 1940 During an Attack on Tangmere-Airfield in Sussex

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju-87G Stuka

Junkers Ju-87G Stuka Flying with Anti-Tank Gun Date: 1940s

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers G24, S-aBG, of AB Aerotransport, later SE-ABG

Junkers G24, S-aBG, of AB Aerotransport, later SE-ABG, Uppland

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers G24

Junkers G24

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers G24 (G23?), S-aA?. Unloading bullion to the ap?

Junkers G24 (G23?), S-aA?. Unloading bullion to the ap?
Junkers G24 (G23?), S-aA?. Unloading bullion to the approximate value of $48, 000, 000 which was transported from Germany to Croydon as payment from Germany to Britain under the Dawes Plan, July 1925

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers G24, SX-ACE, Patrai, of SHCA

Junkers G24, SX-ACE, Patrai, of SHCA

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers G24. Handwritten caption on back of photograph ?

Junkers G24. Handwritten caption on back of photograph ?
Junkers G24. Handwritten caption on back of photograph states: ?German Junkers bringing over bullion. This was the first load by air of the German war debt.?

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju. 88R-1 8475M

Junkers Ju. 88R-1 8475M
Junkers Ju.88R-1 8475M (Werknummer 360043), at the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon, on 30 December 1991. Date: 1991

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju 87G 8474M - 494083 - R1-JK

Junkers Ju 87G 8474M - 494083 - R1-JK
Junkers Ju 87G-2 8474M / 494083 / R1-JK (Werknummer 494083), at the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon, on 30 December 1991. Date: 1991

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Jumo 211 crankshaft

Junkers Jumo 211 crankshaft, dredged from the River Blackwater in 1971 Date: circa 1978

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju 87B -earlier versions used in the Spanish Ci

Junkers Ju 87B -earlier versions used in the Spanish Civil War were spaired the mauling received by the type during the Battle of Britain

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju 88R-1 8475M - D5-EV

Junkers Ju 88R-1 8475M - D5-EV (msn 360043), at the Royal Air Force Museum, Hendon. Date: circa 2000

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju. 52/3mg4e HB-HOP

Junkers Ju. 52/3mg4e HB-HOP
Junkers Ju.52/3mg4e HB-HOP (msn 6610, ex A-703), of Ju-Air Date: circa 1989

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju 52 - 3mg8e D-CDLH - D-AQUI

Junkers Ju 52 - 3mg8e D-CDLH - D-AQUI
Junkers Ju 52-3mg8e D-CDLH - D-AQUI (msn 130714), at the Duxford for the Flying Legends Air Show on 8 July 2006 Date: 2006

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers Ju. 52 - 3m HB-HOT - A-702

Junkers Ju. 52 - 3m HB-HOT - A-702
Junkers Ju.52-3mg4e HB-HOT - A-702 (msn 6595), of Ju-Air. Date: circa 1990

Background imageJunkers Collection: Junkers 87s attacked

Junkers 87s attacked by Fairey Fulmars, WWII aircraft by A.F.D. Bannister



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"Junkers: The Legends of the Skies" Step back in time to the Second World War, where the skies were dominated by the mighty Junkers aircraft. From their iconic Stuka advertised with pride to the Percival Proctor 5 after its remarkable conversion, these planes left an indelible mark on history. The Junkers 52 Aircraft, a true workhorse of its time, soared through the air in 1940 and played a crucial role during wartime operations. Its reliability and versatility made it an invaluable asset for transporting troops and supplies. In awe-inspiring posters, we see the German Junkers JU 188 fighter plane taking flight. With sleek lines and formidable firepower, this war machine struck fear into enemy hearts as it patrolled the skies above. But perhaps one of their most famous creations was none other than the legendary Ju-87B-2 Stuka. Known for its distinctive inverted gull wings and terrifying dive-bombing capabilities, this aircraft instilled terror among ground forces with deadly precision. Another poster showcases a JU 188 Junkers Bomber soaring high above enemy territory. This strategic marvel brought devastation wherever it went, leaving destruction in its wake while supporting German military objectives. The Ju-88R stands out as a testament to engineering brilliance - designed specifically for reconnaissance missions deep behind enemy lines. Its speed and agility allowed it to gather vital intelligence that proved instrumental in shaping battle strategies. For anti-tank warfare supremacy came along the formidably armed Ju 87G equipped with a fearsome 37mm anti-tank cannon. This specialized variant struck fear into armored units as it swooped down from above like an avenging angel of destruction. Let us not forget where it all began - with D-2000 being hailed as the first prototype G38 developed by Junkers itself. This groundbreaking design set new standards for aviation excellence that would shape future generations of aircraft.