Images of early Arado and Heinkel prototypes, trainer and seaplanes from the late 1920s and early 1930s. All but one photo come from an Luftwaffen photographers estate and have been developed from his negatives. My special thank goes to Mr. Lars Henriksson and Mr. Lars Sundin as well as our own Nico Braas who helped me with the identification of the scandinavian naval planes.

Killian archive collection01.jpg Arado L.IIa – WerkNr. 58 – Serial D-1873 – Crashed during Europaflug 1930 on 23rd of July at Pau
02.jpg Arado SC.I – WerkNr. 23 – Serial D-965 – Delivered to Fliegerschule Staaken
03.jpg Arado Sc.I – WerkNr. 25 – Used by the DVL (Berlin Adlershof) from February – March 1928
04,jpg Arado Ar 76a – WerkNr. 365 – Serial D-ISEN – completed 1934 – Monoplane used as single seat advanced trainer and fighter trainer
05.jpg Heinkel HD 19 – Serial 280 – Desiganted “J4” in swedish service – One of the first two planes delivered to Sweden from Warnemünde – Serial Nos 282-285 were license produced in Sweden – 5 in total were produced
06.jpg Heinkel Hd 19 – Serial 280 – at Warnemünde
07.jpg Heinkel He 8 – Serial 99 – Probably in services of the Danish Navy as most of this models were – 22 planes produced in total

Kilian Weimann