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The Luftwaffe's JU 88 twin engine bomber was the primary offensive aircraft in the German World War II arsenal. It was the successor to the Ju-87 and saw service as a night fighter and torpedo bomber in addition to serving as reconnaissance aircraft. The earliest prototype first flew in December of 1936 with a civilian registration of D-AQEN; it managed a top speed of 360 mph. Throughout the course of the war there were 15,000 JU 88's constructed.

The attached article from 1943 goes into greater detail and can easily be printed.

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       *A Short Film Clip About the German Heinkel HE 177 Bomber*

The German JU-88 Heinkel Fighter Bomber (Alertman, 1943)

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