Focke-Wulf F.W. 300

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Hi all,

found this great 3view in FliegerRevue 1977. ;)
 

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IIRC, there were a few sheets of original Fw 300 blueprints in an oversize drawer at the research archives of the AFM- Wright-Patterson.

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Artie Bob
 
Artie Bob said:
IIRC, there were a few sheets of original Fw 300 blueprints in an oversize drawer at the research archives of the AFM- Wright-Patterson.

Good luck gettign there now. Tnhe archive at the USAFM were moved out of the museum and onto the base a few years back. Takes a virtual act fo Congress for a non-military researcher to get there now.
 
Maveric said:
Hi all,

found this great 3view in FliegerRevue 1977. ;)


Here is the same drawing with some info,and artist drawing.
 

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Company drawings and specifications for the Fw 300 are found in these sources:

Herwig, Dieter and Rode, Heinz, 2000. Luftwaffe Secret Projects - Strategic Bombers 1935-45. Midland Publishing Ltd. ISBN 1-85780-092-3.
Sharp, Dan, 2016. Luftwaffe - Secret Bombers of the Third Reich. Mortons Media Group.
 
Artie Bob said:
IIRC, there were a few sheets of original Fw 300 blueprints in an oversize drawer at the research archives of the AFM- Wright-Patterson.

Good luck gettign there now. Tnhe archive at the USAFM were moved out of the museum and onto the base a few years back. Takes a virtual act fo Congress for a non-military researcher to get there now.

A similar process is happening with the museum library at Rockcliffe. A few years ago, it was easy for me to access books about my ancestors - who flew with the RCAF - but not that they are moving the library, research will be increasingly difficult.
 

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