Category:Junkers G 23/24

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Junkers G 23 seen in Gloria (1931 - Germany).

The Junkers G 23 and G 24 were transport and airliners designed at the mid twenties but facing Allies restrictions. The G 24 could be single-engined (and then named Junkers F 24) but was built as a tri-motor, powered by in-line water-cooled piston engines. Neverless, a lower powered model the G 23 was issued to evade Allies criticisms frightened by the military potential of the airframe. A military variant named K 30 was offered to USSR (where it was known as the TB-2) and Sweden built it.

More one hundred Junkers G 23/24, F 24 and K 30 of all types were built between 1925 and 1930.

This page lists all films that feature a variation of the Junkers G 23/24, F 24 and K 30.

See also

Pages in category "Junkers G 23/24"

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