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Movie (1940)

No story. A German speaker tells the Poland Campaign in a pure propaganda style. Looks like a sum of Wochenschau editing.

Polish Wallpaper

Feuertaufe Polish-poster.jpg

Unidentified Polish Aircraft

High wing type (Lublin R XIII ? PZL P.7 or P.11 ?).

Feuertaufe Parasol.jpg

Junkers Ju 87 B Stuka

Feuertaufe Ju-87.jpg
Feuertaufe Ju-87B.jpg
Feuertaufe Ju-87s.jpg

Heinkel He 59

Feuertaufe Heinkel-59.jpg
Feuertaufe Heinkel-59a.jpg
Feuertaufe Heinkel-59b.jpg
Feuertaufe Heinkel-59c.jpg

Heinkel He 111 E

Feuertaufe Heinkel-111E.jpg
Feuertaufe Heinkel-111.jpg

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Feuertaufe Heinkel-111E-DV.jpg

Junkers Ju 52/3m

Feuertaufe Junkers Ju-52.jpg

Near the end of the movie, these two shots.

Feuertaufe Ju-52TO.jpg
Feuertaufe Ju-52cockpit.jpg

Dornier Do 17

Feuertaufe Dornier Do-17.jpg
Feuertaufe Dornier Do-17b.jpg
Feuertaufe Dornier Do-17c.jpg

Dornier Do 17 E/F

Also seen in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Feuertaufe Dornier Do-17F.jpg

Heinkel He 111 H

Feuertaufe Heinkel-111Hv.jpg
Feuertaufe Heinkel-111H.jpg

Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-1

Messerschmitt Bf 109 E-1 of Eduard Neumann (?), 4/JG 26 of the Luftwaffe.
(please note that Neumann's aircraft worn only "1" as tactical number. Is "11" a false number to deceive spys or security reasons ? If not, why this personal emblem is applied on the aircraft of another pilot ?).

Feuertaufe Bf-109E-1 -JG26 Eduard-Neumann.jpg

Several Messerschmitt Bf 109 Es are seen at the end from a Heinkel He 111 doing firing exercises.

Dornier Do 17 Z

Feuertaufe Dornier Do-17Z.jpg

Dornier Do 17 P

Feuertaufe Dornier Do-17P.jpg

Messerschmitt Bf 109 D

Messerschmitt Bf 109 D of II/JG51 of the Luftwaffe.

Feuertaufe Bf-109Da II-JG51.jpg
Feuertaufe Bf-109D II-JG51.jpg


Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Feuertaufe RWD-14.jpg

Unidentified Polish Wrecks

Bristol engine of a PZL fighter or a P 23 Karas ?

Feuertaufe Polish-wreck1.jpg

Another type of aircraft.

Feuertaufe Polish-wreck2a.jpg
Feuertaufe Polish-wreck2b.jpg

Potez 25

During the late 1920's, Poland built under license 300 Potez 25 as its primary bomber. In September 1939, the survivors were all devoted to training duties only. Here is the Lorraine-Dietrich 12Eb engine of a destroyed airframe.

Feuertaufe Lorraine-Dietrich 12Eb-engine.jpg

Another one sized in a hangar.

Feuertaufe Potez-XXVa.jpg
Feuertaufe Potez-XXVb.jpg

PZL P.11

PZL P.11 of 141 Eskadra Mysliwska.

Feuertaufe PZL P-11.jpg
Feuertaufe PZL P-11 141-Eskadra-Mysliwska.jpg

Lublin R-XIIIA

C/n 56-17.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Feuertaufe Lublin R-XIII.jpg

Junkers Ju 86 C

In the foreground.

Feuertaufe Junkers-86C.jpg
Feuertaufe Ju-86C.jpg

LWS-6 Żubr (alias PZL 30)

Feuertaufe LWS-6.jpg

PZL.38 Wilk

Only two prototypes of this Polish fighter-bomber developed in 1937 were built.

Feuertaufe PZL-38.jpg

Perhaps another one in a poor condition into a hangar.

Feuertaufe PZL-38p.jpg

PZL.23 Karaś

Feuertaufe PZL-23.jpg

PZL 37B Łoś

Feuertaufe PZL-37.jpg

Henschel Hs 126

Feuertaufe Henschel 126.jpg
Feuertaufe Hs 126 shadow.jpg
Feuertaufe Hs 126 no-pants.jpg
Feuertaufe Hs 126 flight.jpg
Feuertaufe Hs 126 dive.jpg

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