Czechoslovakia military projects

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Hi,

here is some projects to Czechoslovakia:

Letov S-51 :was single seat fighter powered by one Gnome-
Rhone 14N engine and fitted with Kalibru 20mm
cannon.
Letov S-52 :was twin engined trainer and light bomber a version
of S-51.
 

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Hi,

anther two projects;
Letov S-56 :was two seat twin engined light bomber,it had a twin boom
configuration.
Letov S-57 :was single engined multi-purpose aircraft powered by Walter
Major 4 engine.
 

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Hi,

Aero A-102 was single seat fighter aircraft powered by one engine
only one prototype was built.
Aero A-107 was single seat fighter project,it had enclosed cabin and
powered by one Walter Sagitta engine.
 

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Hi,

Aero A-206 was twin engined multi-seat medium bomber,project only.
Aero A-302 was three seat light bomber powered by one Avia HS-12Y
engine,project only.
 

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Hi,

Avia-63 was two seat twin engined light bomber project,developed
from French Potez-636 aircraft.

CKD-Praga E-451 was single seat fighter project developed from E-45
with enclosed cabin and Rolls-Royce Kestrel engine.

any additions are welcome.
 

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Hi,

Zlin Z-21 was a project of single engined two seat communication
and liaision aircraft.
 

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Hi,

Tatra T-3 was a project of single engined two seat monoplane
trainer,powered by one Avia Rk-17 engine.
 

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Aero A - 7 and Praga E - 52

Info

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http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j296/honzaaf/3.jpg

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draws

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source

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Which are the sources of your information Hesham ??
 

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My dear Lark,

please receive my special message,and for the member AF it is great to know the
drawing of thoes aircraft.
 

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For my dear Cluttonfred,

the Praga E-120 was an improved version Project of E-114D.
 

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Was there any interest in building heavy bombers in Czechoslovakia during the 1930s or in purchasing them from foreign suppliers?

I know that Aero had a 1931 design for the two-engined A.44 but I've never been able to find an illustration of that design although elsewhere on this forum I've seen it described as resembling the Dornier Do 23. Do any plans or artwork depicting the A.44 exist?
 

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Here are A.44 and another similar (but smaller) project, the A.42c. The latter was twin-engined version of single-engined A.42 prototype bomber.
 

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Thank you very much. Are there any technical details?
 

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AF said:
Aero A - 7 and Praga E - 52

Info

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http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j296/honzaaf/3.jpg

http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j296/honzaaf/4.jpg

http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j296/honzaaf/5.jpg

draws

http://i83.photobucket.com/albums/j296/honzaaf/6.jpg

source

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By the way,

we spoke about Praga E-52 here;
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php/topic,21049.msg207882.html#msg207882
 

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