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He 111a (V1) - prototype twin-engined bomber, BMW VI 6.0 Z engines
He 111b (V2) - second prototype bomber, wing similar to V3
He 111c (V3) - prototype of the transport variant, shortened wing, BMW VI U engines
He 111d (V4) - second transport prototype with V1-like wing, BMW VI 6.0 Z engines
He 111e (V5) - third bomber prototype, fuselage like A-0, modified shortened wing, BMW VI 6.0 Z engines, then DB 600 A
He 111 V6 - modified B-0 with Jumo 210 Ga engines, later Jumo 211 A-1
He 111 V7 - modified B-0 with straight leading edge wing, later with V8 nose and new gunports, DB 600 Aa engines
He 111 V8 - modified B-0 with shorter, aerodynamically thoroughly redesigned and glazed nose
He 111 V9 - modified B-0 with DB 600 Ga engines
He 111 V10- modified D-0 with Jumo 211 A-1 engines and modified cooling
He 111 V11 - modified B-1 with straight leading edge wing
He 111 V12/V13 - prototypes of the transport version with straight leading edge wing, BMW VI 6.0 ZU engines
He 111 V14 - transport version with straight leading edge wing like the V7, BMW 132 Dc engines
He 111 V15 - transport version with straight leading edge wing like the V7, BMW 132 H engines
He 111 V16 - transport version with straight leading edge wing like the V7, enginesDB 600 G, Erhard Milch's passenger aircraft
[He 111 V17/V18He 111 F-4 modified to prototype torpedo-carrying variant
He 111 V19 - prototype equivalent to the He 111 P-2, but with Jumo 211A-1 engines
He 111 V20 - no data
He 111 V21 - experimental machine with additional Flettner balancing surfaces
He 111 V22 - modified B-1 serving as a prototype reconnaissance variant with camera and tanks in the bomb bay
He 111 V23 - a machine used to test equipment such as on-board heating
He 111 V24- no data
He 111 V25 - machine used to test defensive armament, such as the MG 7 machine gun in the tail cone and side machine guns
He 111 V26/V31 - no data
He 111 V32 - modified H-6 serving as a prototype of the proposed He 111 R-2 high-altitude variant with DB 603 U engines
He 111 V46/V48 - model machines derived from the H-16 used to develop modifications and equipment for the H-20 series

He 111 A-0 - pre-series based on the V2 prototype, extended glass nose, 1000 kg bombs; 10 pcs

He 111 B-0 - pre-series based on V5 prototype, engines DB 600 C, 1500 kg bombs; 7 pcs
He 111 B-1 - series variant with DB 600 A or DB 600 C engines, modified equipment; 50+ pcs
He 111 B-2 - variant with DB 600 CG engines and simplified nose; approx. 330 He 111 B-1/B-2

He 111 C-0He 111 C-0 - pre-series transport ten-seat variant, BMW VI U engines; 6 units + prototype V4

He 111 D-0 - serial version of V9, at least 3 units
He 111 D-1 - flying command post with 4 additional crew members, 2x FuG IIIa U1 stations; 10 pcs
He 111 D-2 - flying command post with 4 additional crew members, FuG III Y station; 10 pcs

He 111 E-0- V10 pre-series, 1700 kg bombs; 2 conversions from D-1
He 111 E-1 - series, 2000 kg bombs; approx. 120 pcs
He 111 E-2 - minor differences in equipment; 1 pc
He 111 E-3 - similar to E-1, 44 machines had additional tanks; 67 pcs
He 111 E-4 - instead of bomb rack, external hangers for 2 1000kg bombs; approx. 10 pcs.
He 111 E-5 - auxiliary tank in bomb bay, 1000 kg bombs; approx. 10 pcs

He 111 F-0 - pre-series based on the V11 prototype, straight leading edge wing, Jumo 211 A-3 engines, bomb bay as E-5; 1 piece
He 111 F-1 - series for Turkey, 25 pcs (for Germany - ?)
He 111 F-2 - improved radio equipment, 20 pcs
He 111 F-3 - project of reconnaissance variant with cameras in the bomb bay
He 111 F-4He 111 F-4 - variant with external bomb bay, modified to dual-control trainer; 40 pcs

He 111 G-0 - service designation for He 111 V12/13
He 111 G-3 - service designation for He 111 V14/15
He 111 G-4 - similar to the G-3 with DB 600 G engines, 5 pieces including V16
He 111 G-5 - similar to G-4 with DB 600 Ga engines, 4 pcs

He 111 H-0 - pre-series based on V19 prototype - new nose and Jumo 211 A-1 engines; 25 pcs
He 111 H-1 - serial variant, 136 pcs
He 111 H-2- Jumo 211 A-3 engines, armament similar to He 111 P-4; 502 pcs
He 111 H-2/R1 - modified for anti-ship training
He 111 H-3 - Jumo 211 D-1 engines, additional armour; 504 units, 30 units built in Romania by SET
He 111 H-4He 111 H-4 - possibility to carry auxiliary tank in the right part of the bomb bay, 2x PVC 1006L or 1x ETC 2000; Jumo 211 D-1 engines, later Jumo 211 F-1; 150 pcs.
He 111 H-5 - possibility to carry two LT F5 torpedoes, modified armament and cabin glazing; approx. 500 pcs
He 111 H-5/R1- modification with modified radio installation
He 111 H-5/R2 - modification with machine gun MG 15 instead of cannon MG FF in the pool
He 111 H-5/R3 - machines with PVC 1006 slings
He 111 H-5/R4 - machines using both slings and pumice
He 111 H-6 - Jumo 211 F-1, later F-2 engines, 1x PVC 1006L and 1x ETC 2000 hanger, later 2x ETC 2000 or 2x 1800 kg in bomb bay including torpedoes; approx. 1800 pieces
He 111 H-7 - proposed night bomber variant with armour and gunnery removed, replaced by remote controlled stations
He 111 H-8He 111 H-8 - variant modified for cutting the tether lines of barrage balloons; 30 conversions of He 111 H-3 and H-5
He 111 H-8/R2 - 20 surviving H-8s modified for towing gliders
He 111 H-9 - slight differences from H-6, small numbers produced
He 111 H-10He 111 H-10 - night bomber with Jumo 211 F-1 engines, flame arrestors on exhausts and lightweight balloon rope cutters; 425 conversions
He 111 H-11 - Jumo 211 F-2 engines, MG 15 machine guns replaced by MG 131 or MG 81Z, modified armour, ...; 230 + 100 conversions H3
He 111 H-11/R1 - modification with MG 15 machine guns in the sides replaced by MG 81Z, this later standard
He 111 H-11/R2 - modification for glider towing
He 111 H-12 - similar to H-11 for launching anti-ship missiles, belly nacelle removed, x HS 293 A under wings; 37 pcs
He 111 H-13 - markings omitted
He 111 H-14 - similar to H-10 with Jumo 211 F-2 engines and new navigation equipment, designed for marking targets for night bombers; 50 pcs
He 111 H-15 - similar to the H-12 carrying two glide bombs BV 246; only a few experimental machines
He 111 H-16 - night bomber similar to H-14, defensive armament like H-11, up to 3000 kg bombs; 1155 + 280 H-6 conversions and 35 H-11 conversions
He 111 H-16/R1 - modified with DL131 gun turret instead of upper gunnery
He 111 H-16/R2 - modification for glider towing
He 111 H-16/R3 - specialized modification for target marking
He 111 H-17 - proposed dual-control training variant
He 111 H-18 - long-range night bomber similar to the H-16/R3, 2000 kg bombs, simplified armament, three-man crew, FuG 200 radar; 30 units
He 111 H-18/R1 - additional armour
He 111 H-18/R2 - modification with DL131 gun turret instead of upper gunnery platform
He 111 H-18/R3 - flame dampers on exhausts
He 111 H-19 - proposed training variant with dual controls
He 111 H-20 - multirole variant with dorsal turret as standard, Jumo 213 E-1 engines; 550 units + 586 H-16 conversions
He 111 H-20/R1 - transport conversion, three-man crew and room for 16 paratroopers
He 111 H-20/R2 - cargo and towing conversion, three-man crew
He 111 H-20/R3 - night bomber, crew of five
He 111 H-20/R4 - night jamming variant, 20x 50kg bomb
He 111 H-21- similar to H-20 with Jumo 211 F-2 engines; 22 units
He 111 H-22He 111 H-22 - variant carrying a V-1V-1 bomb under the wing; about 80 conversions of the H-16 and H-20
He 111 H-23 - long-range transport aircraft for 8 paratroopers; 12 H-20s modified on the production line, converted to night bombers by units

He 111 J-0 - pre-series anti-ship variant based on the V17 prototype, DB 600 G engines, hangers for two LT F5b torpedoes or 2000kg mines; 10 units
He 111 J-1 - machines taken over by the Luftwaffe as bombers, bomb racks; 40 pcs

He 111 L- renamed He 111 G-3

He 111 P-0 - pre-series based on the final version of the V7 prototype with new nose, unknown number
He 111 P-1 - serial form, DB 600 A-1 engines, 2000 kg bombs; 67 units
He 111 P-2- new radio; 739 pcs (probably total number of He 111 P!)
He 111 P-3 - disarmed training variant with dual control; 48 conversions
He 111 P-4- additional armour protection, reinforced machine gun armament, auxiliary tank in the left part of the bomb bay, possibility to carry 2x PVC 1006L or 1x ETC 2000; 224 pcs
He 111 P-5 - slightly different equipment, later modified for anti-ship or meteorological reconnaissance; 24 pcs
He 111 P-6 - again reinforced armament and armour, engines DB 601 N
He 111 P-6/R2 - machines that received glider towing equipment
He 111 P-7 - a small number of training machines
He 111 P-8 - small number of training machines
He 111 P-9 - export variant of P-4 for Hungary, seized by Luftwaffe; small quantity

He 111 R-1- design of a high-altitude bomber with Jumo 211 F-1 twin-turbocharged engines
He 111 R-2 - design of a high-altitude bomber with DB 603 U engines with turbocharger

He 111 Z-1 - twin-hull variant for transporting and towing gliders Me 321 Gigant, derived from the H-6, 6x Jumo 211 F-2; 12 units
He 111 Z-2He 111 Z-2 - proposed long-range bomber variant, 7000 kg bombs
He 111 Z-3- proposed long-range reconnaissance variant

CASA 2.111 - Spanish licensed version of the He 111 H-16; approx. 130 A/C/F
CASA 2.111-A/A1/A2/A3 - bomber sub-variants
CASA 2.111-C/C1/C2/C3 - reconnaissance subvariants
CASA 2.111-F/F1 - dual control subvariants
CASA 2.111-B - variant with Rolls-Royce Merlin 500-20/500-29 engines; 70 pcs B/T8/D
CASA 2.111-T8 - unarmed transport variant for 8 passengers
CASA 2.111-D/D1- reconnaissance variant

Punka, George. Heinkel He 111 in Action, In Action No. 184. Squadron/Signal Publications, Carrollton 2002. ISBN 0-89747-446-5.
Regnat, Karl-Heinz. Vom Original zum Modell: Heinkel He 111. Bernard & Graefe Verlag, Bonn 2000. ISBN: 3-7637-6022-9.
Stachura, Petr; Zazvonil, Jaroslav; Haladěj, Dan. Heinkel He 111. Modelpress, Prague 1993. ISBN: 80-901328-3-9.
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Heinkel He 111 H 5J + GN from 5./ KG 4, December 1941
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Zľava to the right - navigator, palubný strelec and the pilot in kabíne bližšie nešpecifikovanej version of Heinkel He-111.

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Heinkel He-111 H-11 niesol in the prednej part of the kabíny 2 cm cannon MG FF.

Griehl, M.: Rohrwaffen in flugzeugen der Luftwaffe bis 1945 - Waffenstände, Waffen-Arsenal, Band 188, 2001, ISBN: 3-7909-0733-2
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