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Heinkel

Relics


Type of aircraft

Country

Status

Additional information

He 51 Propeller (not 100% sure)

Germany

PV

Luftfahrtmuseum, Laatzen, Hannover


He 111 Fin and rudder

England

PV

Imperial War Museum, Duxford

He 111 Fin and rudder

Norway

PV

Norsk Luftfartsmuseum, Bod÷ from the He 111H-3, 6N+BA of St/KG 100, shot down 29.05.40 by RAF Hurricanes.

He 111 Main undercarriage

Sweden

PV

Gr÷velsj÷ns Museum, situated close by the lake where the He 111H-3 1H+CK, W.Nr. 5607 crashed. The wreck is still there quite easily accessible, but on the Norwegian side of the lake. More parts from the aircraft are on display, also some parts where used in the restoration of the Norwegian Heinkel He 111P-1

Heinkel Main undercarriage

Italy

S

AREA, Venegono

He 111 Aftfuselage + tailunit

Russia

PV

Moscow Army Museum

He 111 fuselage skin

Greece

S

Private collection

He 111 Nose turret

Norway

S

Norwegian Air Force Museum, Gardemoen, Oslo

He 111 Nose turret with gun

Czech rep.

PV

Military Museum in Prague

He 111 Wing

Germany

S

Museum fur Verkher und Technik, Berlin

He 111 Wing

Norway

S

Norsk Luftfartsmuseum, Bod÷ from the He 111H-3, 6N+BA of St/KG 100, shot down 29.05.40 by RAF Hurricanes.

He 111 Wing section

Greece

PV

Hill 107 CafÚ outside the German War Cemetary, Maleme, Crete

He 111 Drop tank

Holland

PV

Wings to Victory Museum, Midden Zeeland Airport


He 112 Propeller

Spain

PV

Museo del Aire, Madrid


He 115 Propeller

Netherlands

CR

Fort Veldhuis Museum in Heemskerk

He 115 Section of a float

Germany

PV

Aeronauticum, Nordholz


He 162 parts

Austria

PV

Heeresgeschichtliches Museum im Arsenal. The parts are probably recovered from underground factories in Austria


He 177 Undercarriage

Belgium

PV

Musee Royal de l'Armee, Brussels

He 177 Propeller blade

Germany

PV

Deutches Museum, Schlei▀heim

He 177 Fuel tanks

USA

S

NASM Paul Garber storage facilty, Washington DC

He 177 Rear turret

England

CR

Privately owned. Taken from the He 177A-5 "TS439" taken to England after the war.

He 177 Rear turret

England?

S

Privately owned

He 177 Wing plate

Germany

PV

Luftfahrttechniches Museum Rechlin

He 177 Undercarriage

Germany

PV

Deutches Museum, Schlei▀heim