RMKWD9F4–Interior of Junkers' plane with passenger sitting in leather armchair seats. In the foreground are sleeping bunks (BSLOC 2016 10 166)
RMG3B7GM–Diagram of Junker's chloroform inhaler with an explanation of how it works Date: 1885
RMG4K5XD–A Junkers Ju 52 taxis along the runway at Biggin Hill. The German World War Two plane will take it's place among over 200 wartime aircraft at the Biggin Hill International Air Fair this weekend
RM2K02WTW–A detachment of junkers in the halls of the Winter Palace. October 1917. Photo by K. Kubesh.
RMERG72E–Junkers Ju 87 or Stuka, a German dive bomber used by the Luftwaffe during World War II. Its 'Jericho Trumpet' made it
RMEMWJ9X–The wreckage of a Junkers Ju88 B3+HH works number 7087 of the I/KG 54 after it hit a barrage balloon cable over Coventry and crashed in Withybrook. 16th September 1940
RMHEDHXW–JUNKERS Ju 87 Stukas in formation about 1941
RMDK4A7E–Luftwaffe Junkers 88 Bomber aircraft DER ADLER front cover German war time propaganda magazine 'Der Adler' illustrating 'victories' Feb 1942
RMR8BMM2–Junkers F13 L plane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown.
RMF5K14C–Four-engine airplane Junkers G 38 D 2000 Luft Hansa
RM2FNM4DT–transport / transportation, aviation, passenger planes, Junkers Ju 90 of the Lufthansa, circa 1940, EDITORIAL-USE-ONLY
RMD8XPH9–The Junkers A50 was a German sports plane of 1930s, also called the A50 Junior. A50ci D-2054 in Deutsches Museum Munich.
RMARP0M5–J is for Junkers 87 1943 English wartime childrens alphabet book of airplanes the German dive bomber aka the Stuka
RMD0XJKH–German, Africa, corps, Junkers, Ju 87, Stuka, airplanes, dive bombers, Desert, troops, African Campaign, Afrikacorps, Rommel, Wo
RMRKXKCC–A captured Junkers Ju 388 Luftwaffe Bomber, Werk Number 500006. The Ju 388 was the final development of the Junkers Ju 88 series to be built. This aircraft was the last of six prototypes. Coded 'PE+IF' it was captured at the armament trials establishment Tarnewitz on the coast of the Baltic Sea and flown to Farnborough in the UK, where it arrived on September 1, 1945. With the Air Ministry number '83' it appeared in the static display during the German Aircraft Exhibition in October/November 1945, where this photograph was taken. It was scrapped at Cranfield around1950.
RM2E2N5X0–Junkers Ju52 D-AQUI of the Deutsche Lufthansa flying
RM2BTPAEC–The Junkers G 38 . 14 November 1929
RMKWD9EY–Interior of Junkers' plane passenger airplane with sleeping bunks. In 1924 a Junkers plane made the World's first nighttime flight with passengers, between Berlin and Konigsberg (BSLOC 2016 10 165)
RMG3C34B–Junkers (1859-1935) , German aircraft designer Date: circa 20th century
RME0YGCM–Apr. 04, 1970 - German Engineer Hugo Junkers
RMCPJ9CT–Hugo Junkers, 1929
RM2K02D41–Junkers and Cossacks besiege the White house in Irkutsk. (Painting by E.O.Mashkevich.)
RMERG72H–Junkers Ju 88, a German plane used by the Luftwaffe during World War II. Although its development was problematic, it became one of the Luftwaffe's greatest assets due to its versatility. Taken from a British Air Ministry handbook entitled 'Silhouettes of German Aircraft', issued in 1940 to 'roof watchers' attempting to spot enemy craft from the top of buildings.
RMEMWN9A–The wreckage of a Junkers Ju88 B3+HH works number 7087 of the I/KG 54 after it hit a barrage balloon cable over Coventry and crashed in Withybrook on 16th September 1940.
RMB3NHT3–JUNKERS Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers of the Nazi German Luftwaffe
RMR2BRG3–1940's 'J is for Junkers our enemy of course’ simple graphic propagnda artwork in WW2 children’s school book Great Britain
RMCP82E8–Composing of a Junkers-52 with portions of a historic map of Germany
RM2G3M0GD–transport / transportation, aviation, passenger planes, Junkers G 38, detail, the two left engines, EDITORIAL-USE-ONLY
RMD28A6E–Auto & Technic museum Sinsheim.Junkers Ju 52 at Sinsheim
RMARNYG2–Blitz J is for Junkers our enemy of course from a childrens wartime alphabet book showing the German bomber over britain
RMD0XJJK–German Africa corps Junkers Ju 52 i troops front Northern Africa soldiers African Campaign corps Rommel World War II
RMHT2EEY–A German Junkers airliner arriving at Croydon Airport, c1934 (c1937). Artist: Unknown.
RMCEH4TT–A replica Junkers Ju87 Stuka, a German WW2 dive bomber
RM2BW8DTH–The Junkers G38 in the air . 14 November 1929
RMMKM3T4–Junkers JU. 86
RMKWD9EX–The Junkers three-engine, all-metal low-wing monoplane passenger aircraft was manufactured in 1925. Initially the three engine design was compensation for lower power of German airplane motors, dictated by the Treaty of Versailles following World War 1. In time is was continued as a safely advantage (BSLOC 2016 10 164)
RMDRHPBF–German Junkers DI J9 fighter plane, post-WW1
RME0RC2B–Jan. 01, 1959 - Pictured is Hugo Junkers, the airplane engineer. This picture is posted in celebration of his 100th birthday. His many patents resulted in furthering development of aircraft, moving it toward an all metal craft. Andre Malraux at Kees van Dongen Exposition
RMCPJ2BC–Junkers Ju 52
RM2K02AKJ–Red Guards cleaning the territory of the Kremlin after a short seizure by junkers. Moscow, November 1917. Photo by A. Dorn.
RMERGNGH–WW2 - German Bombers. Diagrams of Junkers JU87, Heinkel HE III, Junkers JU88 and Dorniers DO 17 & 215 bombers.
RMEMWNX4–The wreckage of a Junkers Ju88 B3+HH works number 7087 of the I/KG 54 after it hit a barrage balloon cable over Coventry and crashed in Withybrook on 16th September 1940.
RMB3NHT6–JUNKERS Ju 87 Stuka dive bombers used by the Nazi German Luftwaffe
RM2F76FWH–WW2 Nazi Germany Stuka Junkers 87 dive bomber 1940's World War II Swastika tail fin Luftwaffe Airforce
RMR8BMM0–Junkers W 33w seaplane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown.
RMD7FRM9–Detail of the passenger aircraft Junkers JU-52, Germany, Europe,
RMPD6H3T–Image from the photo album of Oberleutnant Oscar Müller of Kampfgeschwader 1: A pristine Junkers Ju 88A-4 of 5./KG 1 sits on Dno Airfield in Russia, 1942.
RMCPJ9CN–Hugo Junkers, 1930
RM2K01HXK–Administering chloroform using a Junker's inhaler: removal of adenoids. From RJ Probyn-Williams A Practical Guide to the Administration of Anaesthetics, London, 1901.
RMERGNGN–WW2 - German Troop Carriers. Diagrams of Junkers JU 90, Junkers JU 86, Junkers JU 52 and Focke-Wulf 200 'Condor'
RMG5Y83M–A Lufthansa Junkers JU-52 flies over the University of East London as it prepares to land at Dockland City Airport in east London. The 16 seater historic aircraft, built in 1936 is the oldest in the German airline's fleet and was used in the Second World War. * Today it was providing sightseeing tours over London.
RMEC2FAC–EUROPA-UNION airmail poster about 1932 showing a Junkers cargo plane
RMRD5KPR–STUKA JU -87 Vintage WW2 Propaganda Poster for Nazi Fighter Bombers Junkers Ju-87 'STUKAS' Dive- Bombers by ‘Junkers Flugzeug und Motorund Enwerke AG Dessau’ Germany manufacturers promotional poster
RMR8BMEG–Junkers T 26E plane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown.
RMD7FRT3–straight or inline aircraft engine of a Junkers L5, 1925, Aircraft Collection Hermeskeil, Germany, Europe
RM2G3M19J–transport / transportation, aviation, passenger planes, Junkers F 13, at an airport, Germany, 1920s, ADDITIONAL-RIGHTS-CLEARANCE-INFO-NOT-AVAILABLE
RMD28A3J–Auto & Technic museum Sinsheim.Junkers Ju 88A-4 'UH-4V'
RF2HG3D6N–Vintage photo of Junkers Ju 52. The Junkers Ju 52/3m (nicknamed Tante Ju ('Aunt Ju') and Iron Annie) is a transport aircraft that was designed and man
RM2CTYBRM–Junkers Ju 52 aircraft flying in the sky, Leipzig, Saxony, Germany
RMDDPGGA–FROM HONG KONG TO MACAO IN A TORPEDO BOAT, WE LEAVE THE JUNKERS BEHIND, engraving 1890, engraved image, history, arkheia
RMCEH4W0–The cockpit of a replica Junkers Ju87 Stuka, a German WW2 dive bomber
RM2BW3MMR–A German Lufthansa Junkers Ju-52/3m with with Swastika on the tail . 13 November 1935
RM2AHPP41–German Junkers Ju 88D WWII aircraft, National Museum of the United States Air Force (formerly the United States Air Force Museum), Dayton, Ohio, USA
RMG387NK–Junkers JU-87 Stukas dive-bomb an Allied convoy and disperse the ships with the violence of their assault Date: November 1940
RMPD6H70–Image from the photo album of Oberleutnant Oscar Müller of Kampfgeschwader 1: Aircrew of 5./KG 1 prepare to board their Junkers Ju 88, which is loaded with a 2500kg bomb at Dno Airfield, Russia in 1942.
RMCPKRT4–Junkers Ju 52
RMKCERP1–Black Cat Cigarettes, World war One, propaganda card showing: The Dutch Junkers. 'At least we shall get posts as gamekeepers when Germany takes us after the war.' Illustration for The Great War A Neutral's Indictment
RM2CFK8TR–A Junkers Ju 88 German Luftwaffe twin-engined multirole combat aircraft being examined by members of No. 1426 (Enemy Aircraft) Flight RAF, nicknamed 'the Rafwaffe'. The Royal Air Force flight was formed during the Second World War to evaluate captured enemy aircraft and demonstrate their characteristics to other Allied units.
RMCEE6Y9–Dessau, Junkers Flugzeug- und Motorenwerke
RMDY0XCD–HUGO JUNKERS (1859-1935) German engineer and aircraft designer in 1920
RM2D853W7–Vintage 1940s WW2 Nazi Propaganda Poster featuring Junkers Ju 87 Stuka dive-bombers with swastika tail fins, German eagle behind clutching a swastika, the symbol for the Nazi Germany Luftwaffe World War II airforce
RMR8BMJF–Junkers G 31b plane, 1920s, (1932). Creator: Unknown.
RMD7FR9R–Model of the passenger aircraft Junkers G-38, Aircraft Collection near Hermeskeil, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, Europe
RM2G4DAG4–tourism, travel, flight, view from the window, Junkers G 38 'Generalfeldmarschall von Hindenburg' of the German Lufthansa, EDITORIAL-USE-ONLY
RMCNRHK0–Junkers Ju 52
RF2HG3D6P–Vintage photo of the Junkers Ju 88 The Junkers Ju 88 is a German World War II Luftwaffe twin-engined multirole combat aircraft. Junkers Aircraft and M
RMAXN31G–Old German cargo and transport plane Junkers Ju-52, french vintage air show at La Ferte Alais, France
RM2A2NW0B–Portrait of the Basler Junkers Bernhard Meyer zum Pfeil, 1513, mixed technique on basswood, 40.5 x 34.5 cm (with attachment: 43.7x 37 cm), not marked., Dated top left: ANNO 1 · 5 · 13, top right: ETATIS · 25, Oberrheinischer Meister, 16. Jh
RF2H7J1YM–Junkers Ju87 art
RMWHAH5W–Junkers J-10 monoplane
RMCY145G–Junkers Ju-52/3m in Luftwaffe markings on the flightline at Duxford airfield
RMW2BX95–Germany, Rheinland-Pfalz, Speyer,Technik Museum Speyer, gallery with German Junkers JU-52 transport aircraft of the 1930s-era
RMKRCYEJ–The Junkers support the provisional government against the Bolsheviks : they march past barricades in Moscow's Arbat Square. Date: November 1917
RMPDYK6C–Image from the photo album of Feldwebel Willi Hoffmann of 5. Staffel, Kampfgeschwader 30: A Junkers Ju 88 bomber of II./KG 30 burns out after crash-landing close to Aalborg airfield in Denmark.
RMCPHYHP–Junkers Ju 52, 1937
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