Henshel HS 126

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Title

Henshel HS 126

Description

Photo 1 is a starboard side view of a row of aircraft.
Photo 2 is a front view.
Photo 3 is a port side view.

Language

Type

Format

Three b/w photographs on an album page

Publisher

IBCC Digital Archive

Rights

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Identifier

PThomasAF20070030

Transcription

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Henschel HS 126.

A two-seat Tactical Reconnaisance [sic] & & [sic] Army Co-operation aircraft. About 80 units, one fifth of the Luftwaffe were operational when war broke out in 1939. Reconnaisance [sic] units were divided into short range units for tactical army support, & into long range units for strategic purposes. The main strength of the army support squadrons was the Henschel HS 126. The 126 carried fully automatic cameras in a fuselage bay. 260 were in service in 1939. Powered by one BMW Bramo Fafnir 323A-1 nine cylinder radial engine.

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[inserted] HERSCHEL 126 [/inserted]

Citation

“Henshel HS 126,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed December 2, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/23229.

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