list of aircraft captured by Luftwaffe in WWII with numbers

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approximately 40 B-17s

* Avia B-534 biplane fighter captured in Czechoslovakia
* 246 +62( completed under occupation )Dewoitine D.520 fighter captured in France (from wikipedia)
* Caudron C.445 transport captured in France
* Caproni Ca.313 Italian bomber
* Morane-Saulnier MS-230 trainer captured in France
* Zlin 212 trainer captured in Czechoslovakia
* B-17 Flying Fortress captured US bomber
* Bloch M.B.175 bomber captured in France
* Avia B.71 bomber captured in Czechoslovakia
* BT-9 Captured US trainer
* Zlin XII captured Czechoslovakian trainer
(from wikipedia )
can anyone help me ? ???
 

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The French medium bomber Lioré Leo 45:

120 were captured by the Luftwaffe and used mainly as transport and liason aircraft (+11 by the Italian Regia Aeronautica), according to:
http://batfredland.free.fr/L09-do217&leo451.htm

Units: 10/TG4; IV/TG4; KG700
 

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Caproni 313 on Luftwaffe was a little number : in total was ordered 1494 Caproni 313 including 905 ordered by Luftwaffe !
 

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That "BT-9" would be the NA-57 export version for the Armée de l'Air and Aeronavale.
http://www.secretprojects.co.uk/forum/index.php?topic=665.0

Die Flugzeugführer - Ausbildung der Deutschen Luftwaffe 1935-1945, Band I/Band II adds:

Aero 101, Aero Sport S I, Avia Bk.534), Avia Fl.3, Bloch 200 (B.200), Bloch MB.151/MB.152, Caproni Ca.113, Caudron C.18, Curtiss Hawk 75A, Dewoitine D.520, Fiat CR.42, Fiat G.50, Fokker D.VII, Fokker G.1, Fokker F.IX, Letov S.328, Macchi MC.202/MC.205, Morane-Saulnier MS.406/410, North American NA-64, Potez 63, Praga E.39, Praga E.241, PZL-11, Raka Kl Ic, Raka Rk IIb, Ro.41, Tipsy S.2, Vought V-85-G

Also listed are NA-84 Harvards which seems improbable.

http://www.warbirdsresourcegroup.org/LRG/foreign.html adds:

PZL P-7a, PZL P-37B/PZL.43A, Potez 25 (Polish), PWS-26, RWD-8, Ilyushin Il-2, Gloster Gladiator, Supermarine Spitfire, Hawker Typhoon, Republic P-47D-5RE, Martin B-26B.

NB: this source also lists the NA-64 as being "French (license-built)"! ::)
 

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This thread made me do some google searches for the rumored re-engined spitfire. Never knew whether it was real or faked. I just came across another forum that may be of use:
http://www.luftwaffe-experten.org/forums/index.php?showforum=23
 

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Sorry airman, I'm late on this thread,
but you probably know Phil Butlers "War Prizes" ?
 

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Perhaps this will help:


http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/?product_id=2037




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Jemiba said:
Sorry airman, I'm late on this thread,
but you probably know Phil Butlers "War Prizes" ?
Jemiba, seems like a great book! But I think you got confused here: the thread is NOT about Axis aircraft taken by the Allies after the war... it's about Allied aircraft CAPTURED by the Axis forces DURING the war!
 

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There was a bunch of English and American aircrafts also captured by the Regia Aeronautica during WWII, for sure there were Blenheim, Liberator and Lightining in the list with some more....
 

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". it's about Allied aircraft CAPTURED by the Axis forces "

Oops, I beg your pardon ! I should at least always read, before typing, not to mention
thinking ... :-[

But "KG 200", or "Kampfgeschwader 200" seems to be a good keyword for a search.
 

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Ah, I remembered having bookmarked this a few weeks earlier:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kampfgeschwader_200
 

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http://greyfalcon.us/

Hmmm... I see that the articles are against National Socialism, though some of the pictures would make you think otherwise, and while I haven't read everything, some of it do seem to be "out there". Some of the aircraft pictures must be speculative, even pure fiction. ::)

http://rareaircraf1.greyfalcon.us/index.html

Ahem... "Czechoslovakia" wasn't a member of the Axis, only The Slovak State, a client state of the Nazis ruled by Jozef Tiso, who got hanged for treason after the war. ::)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slovak_Republic_%281939%E2%80%931945%29

... and there I wasted an hour of my life. :(
 

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Hammer Birchgrove said:
http://greyfalcon.us/
:eek: Holy Napkinwaffe, Batman! They even have the Nazi Flying Saucers schtick! :D
 
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