Title: Junkers Ju88 No 1 and 2

The Junkers Ju88 was designed initially as a bomber intended to be too fast for contemporary fighters, and first flew in 1936. Initially it suffered a protracted development but became one of the Luftwaffe’s most important and versatile aircraft. It was used in a variety of roles including bomber, dive bomber, night fighter, reconnaissance aircraft, heavy fighter, and at the end of the war, as an unmanned flying bomb.

It was in continuous production from 1936 until 1945 and over 15,000 were built, more than any other twin-engined WW2 German aircraft. Throughout production the basic structure of the aircraft remained unchanged.

We offer two titles on the Ju88. The first contains the Luftwaffe pilot’s manual for the Ju88A-4 and an English translation of a Ju88 pilots manual, along with two Luftwaffe maintenance manuals for the Ju88 series. The second 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. Each title is US$9.95.

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Title 1 contains:

  • Bedienungsvorschrift-fl (Flight Operating Instructions) for the Junkers Ju88A-4, document L.DV.T.2088A-4/Fl dated Dec 1942 with approx. 211 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Flying Operations Instructions for the Junkers Ju88, undated with approx. 47 pages. (In English. This looks like a modern translation of an old manual, possibly Finnish.)
  • Betriebsanleitung (Operating Instructions – like a maintenance manual) for the Junkers Ju88A-1 dated Mar 1940 with approx. 313 pages. (In the German language.)
  • Bedienungsvorschrift-Wa (Maintenance Operating Instructions) for the Junkers Ju88A-4 and D-1, document L.DV.T.2088A-4 und D-1/Wa dated Sept 1941 with approx 57 pages. (In the German language.)

Title 2 contains:

  • Air Ministry Pamphlet AM 114D titled “Instructions for Flying the JU88”, undated with approx 13 pages.
  • 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.