Title: Luftwaffe (Includes Heinkel He111)

The Heinkel He111 was the most recognisable WW2 Luftwaffe bomber due to its distinctive planform and glasshouse nose. First flown in 1934 it was the principal German bomber at the start of WW2 but had become obsolete near the end of the war. Over 6,500 were built and the aircraft was built under licence in Spain after WW2 but using Rolls-Royce Merlin engines.

To maximise value, this title contains a series of booklets covering the ME109, ME110, JU88 and HE111 produced somewhat surprisingly during WW2 by the RAF, possibly to assist escaped allied aircrew who might get the opportunity to “hitch a ride” in one. The files have been scanned from the original manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • Air Ministry Pamphlet AM 114B titled “Instructions for Flying the HE111”, undated with approx 11 pages.
  • Air Ministry Pamphlet AM 114A titled “Instructions for Flying the ME109”, undated with approx 11 pages.
  • Air Ministry Pamphlet AM 114C titled “Instructions for Flying the ME110”, undated with approx 9 pages.
  • Air Ministry Pamphlet AM 114D titled “Instructions for Flying the JU88”, undated with approx 13 pages.