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In the Spanish sky - Dornier Do 17

Requirements for new German bombers of modern concept, which appeared in the form of He 111E-1, Ju 86D-1 and Do 17E-1 in February 1937 on the Spanish battlefield, arose in the first half of the 1930s. That is, at a time when Germany was still formally complying with the arms restrictions resulting from the Treaty of Versailles, imposed on the Weimar Republic by the victorious powers of 1919. The aircraft were therefore originally declared as civilian types; in reality, however, they were created in such a way that their construction could be used in both civilian and military roles without major problems.

Rodolphe De Hemricourt De Grunne

The Belgian fighter pilot and his fate in the Spanish Civil War and then in the whirlwind of World War II, when he fell in RAF uniform.

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