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Chinese military He 111A Doppel-Blitz aircraft, date unknown

Caption   Chinese military He 111A Doppel-Blitz aircraft, date unknown ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 21 May 2010

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1. Anonymous says:
8 Oct 2013 11:07:13 PM

i assume this was provided to the KMT in the late 20s or early 30s before the German-Japanese alliance grew closer and the Germans stopped selling weapons to the Chinese
2. Commenter identity confirmed Bill says:
28 Sep 2016 12:20:39 PM

CHINESE TRANSPORT: File photo shows Heinkel He-111A-0 (XT-ATC) served as a VIP/Transport aircraft owned by CATC Central Air Transport Co. that was a Chinese Cargo/Airline and not to be confused with CNAC Chinese National Airways Corp. Check out the two-blade propellers, engines were replaced from a DC-2 those were Curtiss/Wright 800hp Aircraft carries the Zhong Insignia, signified aircraft was a CATC transport and not an CNAC aircraft, tail number is Chung 2 meaning 2nd CATC Aircraft. Later crashed on take-off at Kunming in 1944, and was damaged beyond repair or(written-off) If anyone has more information post it here I'd like to read about it...

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