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Alas de la Luftwaffe-Junkers Ju 52
Serie documental, donde se describen los principales aviones que participaron en la II Guerra Mundial en el bando alemán. Cada capítulo describe a fondo el avión al que está dedicado así como otros desarrollos alemanes e incluso aliados dedicados al mismo tipo de misiones durante la guerra. Existen entrevistas a destacados pilotos que los pilotaron durante la contienda. También se describen los logros y avances científicos para la consecución de ese avión.

Wings of the Luftwaffe - Ju-87
Wings was an hour-long televised aviation history documentary series which aired on the Discovery Channel family of networks. It was produced by Phil Osborn. The original "Wings" series initially aired Wednesdays and Saturdays on the Discovery Channel in the U.S. from 9-10 p.m. Eastern in the late 1980s and early 1990s. "Wings of the Luftwaffe" was a separately-branded series that focused on Luftwaffe aircraft of World War II. Episodes "The Blitz" - Arado Ar 234 "The Butcher Bird" - Focke-Wulf Fw 190 "The Destroyer" - Messerschmitt Me 110 "Gigant" - Messerschmitt Me 321/323 "Iron Annie" - Junkers Ju 52 "The Jet" - Messerschmitt Me 262 "The Komet" - Messerschmitt Me 163 "The Legend" - Messerschmitt Me 109 "The Schnell Bomber" - Junkers Ju 88 "Sea Wings" - German Seaplanes "The Secret Bomber" - Heinkel He 111 "The Stuka" - Junkers Ju 87 "V for Vengeance" - V-1 flying bomb The Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka (from Sturzkampfflugzeug, "dive bomber") was a German dive bomber and ground-attack aircraft designed by Hermann Pohlmann and first flew in 1935. The Ju 87 made its combat debut in 1937 with the Luftwaffe's Condor Legion during the Spanish Civil War. It served the Axis forces in World War II. The aircraft was easily recognisable by its inverted gull wings and fixed spatted undercarriage. Upon the leading edges of its faired main gear legs were mounted the Jericho-Trompete ("Jericho trumpet") wailing sirens, becoming the propaganda symbol of German air power and the blitzkrieg victories of 1939–1942. The Stuka's design included several innovative features, including automatic pull-up dive brakes under both wings to ensure that the aircraft recovered from its attack dive even if the pilot blacked out from the high g-forces. The Ju 87 operated with considerable success in the close air support and anti-shipping at the outbreak of World War II. It spearheaded the air assaults in the Invasion of Poland in September 1939 and the Norwegian Campaign the following year. In May 1940 the Ju 87s were crucial in the rapid conquest of the Netherlands, Belgium and France against all targets. Although sturdy, accurate, and very effective against ground targets, the Ju 87, like many other dive bombers of the war, was vulnerable to modern fighter aircraft. During the Battle of Britain a lack of manoeuvrability, speed and defensive armament meant that the Stuka required a heavy fighter escort to operate effectively. The Stuka operated with further success after the Battle of Britain, and its potency as a precision ground-attack aircraft became valuable to German forces in the Balkans Campaign, the African and Mediterranean theaters and the early stages of the Eastern Front where it was used for general ground support, but also in the anti-shipping role and as a specialised anti-tank aircraft. Once the Luftwaffe lost air superiority, on all fronts, the Ju 87 again became an easy target for enemy fighter aircraft. Despite these developments, because there was no better replacement, the type continued to be produced until 1944. By the end of the conflict, the Stuka had been largely replaced by ground-attack versions of the Focke-Wulf Fw 190, but was still in use until the last days of the war. An estimated 6,500 Ju 87s of all versions were built between 1936 and August 1944. Some notable airmen flew the Ju 87. Oberst Hans-Ulrich Rudel was the most successful Stuka ace and the most highly decorated German serviceman of the Second World War. The vast majority of German ground attack aces flew this aircraft at some point in their careers. Wikipedia:

Luftwaffe FW190 Ju88 Mistel Piggyback Planes Shot Down Gun Camera Footage WW2
Eighth Air Force fighter plane gun camera (GSAP) footage over Germany during WW2. Includes footage of shooting down FW-190 Ju 88 composite "Pick-a-Back" planes (aka: Piggyback, Mistel, Huckeback, Beethoven Gerat, or Vati und Sohn). The Focke-Wulf 190 is mounted on struts on top of the Junkers Ju-88 which is loaded with large explosive warhead. More information here on Wikipedia: Thanks for watching and please like, comment, share and Subscribe! Also please feel free to use YouTube's embed feature to put any of my videos on forums or your website. Follow on Tumblr at: and Twitter at:

WWII - Luftwaffe Heavy Bombers JU-88 HE111
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