Berlin Museum of Technology

The Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin is large, and the aviation collection has many impressive aircraft. Unfortunately they are very tightly packed in, and, especially with strong sunshine, the lighting is very difficult for photography.

Aircraft Reg'n Thumbs Notes
Arado Ar-79 D-EMVT  
Arado Ar-96B-1 U-CF Composite airframe with much recovered from a Swedish lake, plus wings from an Avia C.2B
Baleck human-powered aircraft   1920. No idea whether it was in any way successful.
Bucker (Doflug) Bu-131B Jungmann D-EBAD A-43 2nd photo rotated so you don't have to.
Bucker Bu-181C-2 Bestmann RM+HE Luftwaffe
DFS Olympia Meise D-7504  
DFS SG-38 Schulgleiter    
Douglas C-47B Skytrain (DC-3) 45-0951 Ec N951CA
Fiesler S14 (Fi-156C-3) Storch 20 Swedish Air Force
Focke-Achgelis Fa-330A-1 Bachstelze   Gyroglider (rotary-winged kite) used by U-boats for lookout. Bachstelze = wagtail
Focke-Wolf Fw-44 Stieglitz Fv 669 Ex SE-CLC
Focke-Wulf A16 replica D-437 3-4 passenger airliner first flown in 1924.
Gotha Go 242C-1   Assault glider - the C-1 had a boat hull for marine use.
Halberstadt CL IV D-71 1918 ground-attack aircraft modified for civil use by Luftverkehr Strahle in 1921
Heinkel He-162A-1 Volksjager 1200076 4 The Luftwaffe's wooden Volksjager (People's Fighter) was the fastest WW2 jet.
Henschel Hs293   Radio-controlled glide-bomb
Horten IIL Habicht D-10-125 Sole survivor of 4 of this 1935 design, was used for research for its jet successors. Habicht = hawk.
Jeannin Stahltaube A180 14 Steel framework version iof the 1910 Etrich Taube. Taube = dove
Junkers Ju-52 D-AZAW Lufthansa "Hans Kirschstein"
Junkers Ju-87R-2 Stuka wreck L1-BL Luftwaffe
Junkers Ju-88G-1 2Z+BR Luftwaffe
Klemm Kl-25B F-PCDA  
Klemm Kl-35D (Sk15A) D-EDOD Liesel Bach won the 1963 European aerobatic championships in this 1934 design.
Klemm Kl-107C D-ECOH 1959 three-seater - 30 produced.
Lilienthal 1894 Normal-Segelapparat replica    
Lilienthal large biplane 1895 replica    
Lilienthal small wing-flapping machine 1893-96   Attempts to fly this were made by muscle-power and with a carbonic acid engine.
Messerschmitt Bf-109E-3 1407 Luftwaffe
Messerschmitt Bf-110F-2 LN-NR Luftwaffe
Nord 1002 Pingouin II 257 French Navy
Nord NC-702 Martinet (Si-204A) PN-331 French Air Force
North American (Fiat) F-86K Sabre MM54-1256 51-50 Italian Air Force
PZL-Mielec Lim-2 (MiG-15bis) 1323 Polish Air Force
Raab-Katzenstein RK 9 Grasmucke D-1519 Grasmucke = Meadow warbler. Sole survivor of 20 built - 1928 design.
Reims F172P Skylark II D-ECJB In 1987, Matthias Rust famously flew this from Finland to Moscow, landing in Red Square and traumatising in the Soviet Air Force!
RFB RW3-P75 Multoplan D-EIFF 1958 2-seater. Note the propellor between the fin and rudder.
Slingsby T-38 Grasshopper TX1 D-QUAX Ex WZ780
Udet U-10 D-452 14 WW1 ace Ernst Udet originally designed this in 1921. Large enough for 2 people, it only had the power for one.

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