Heinkel He 111 tail
Picture showing the tail of a Heinkel He 111 forced down in France early in 1940. The crew were arrested by George Muir (seated left), a keeper of a British war cemetery from the First World War. This picture gives a good view of the tail plane and rudder of the He 111.
Heinkel He 111, Ron Mackay (Crowood Aviation). A comprehensive look at one of the most famous German aircraft of the Second World War, taking us through its pre-war development, its time as the Luftwaffe's most important bomber early in the war, to its long decline and the eventual collapse of the German bomber force.[see more]
How to cite this article:
Rickard, J (26 June 2007), Heinkel He 111 tail, http://www.historyofwar.org/Pictures/pictures_He_111_tail.html
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