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The aircraft in this list include prototype versions of aircraft used by the German Luftwaffe during World War II and unfinished wartime experimental programmes. In the former, development can stretch back to the 1920s and in the latter the project must have started between 1939-1945.

Arado[]

(Arado Flugzeugwerke GmbH)

Bachem[]

(Bachem-Werke)

  • Bachem Ba 349 Natter[1]
  • Ba BP 20 - (Manned Flak Rocket) First versions of Ba-349, some Non-VTO fitted with fixed landing gear and solid nose for flight testing[1]

Blohm & Voss[]

(Blohm & Voss also Hamburger Flugzeugbau)

  • Blohm & Voss BV 143 - Glide bomb (prototype)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss BV 144[1]
  • Blohm & Voss BV 246 - guided glide bomb
  • Blohm & Voss BV 250 Land version of BV 238 (Reference: German Air Projects vol. 3 1935-1945, Marek Rys)
  • Blohm & Voss P.1 - Single seat fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.4 - Single seat trainer (Ha 136 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.5 - General purpose[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.6 - Dive bomber (Ha 137 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.7 - Biplane dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.8 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.9 - Flying boat (twin boom)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.10 - General purpose[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.11 - Carrier based dive bomber (Ha 137 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.12 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.13 - Flying boat (twin hull)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.14 - Reconnaissance flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.15 - Float Plane (Ha 139 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.16 - Float Plane (Ha 139 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.17 - Float Plane (Ha 139 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.18 - Asymmetric fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.19 - Reconnaissance (Ha 139 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.20 - Bomber (Ha 139 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.21 - General purpose[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.22 - Fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.23 - P.22 development w/increased wing span[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.24 - Fighter/trainer for Japan[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.25 - Dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.27 - Dive Bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.28 - Rotating wing twin boom aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.29 - Passenger aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.33 - Long range bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.37 - Float Plane and torpedo fighter (Ha 139 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.38 - Land version of Ha 139 w/increased wing span[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.39 - Bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.40 - Asymmetric ground attacker aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.41 - Improved version of Ha 137[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.42 - Flying boat (twin boom)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.43 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.44 - Asymmetric reconnaissance aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.45 - Passenger transport w/rocket-assisted takeoff[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.46 - Ha 142 passenger aircraft development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.47 - Passenger transport w/rocket-assisted takeoff[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.48 - Bomber version of Ha 142 for Japan[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.49 - Passenger float plane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.50 - Freight float plane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.51 - Freight float plane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.52 - Passenger float plane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.53 - Passenger float plane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.54 - Passenger flying boat (BV 222 development)[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.55 - Improved version of Ha 140[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.56 - Seaplane dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.57 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.58 - Naval dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.59 - Dive and torpedo bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.60 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.61 - Improved version of Ha 138[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.62 - Asymmetric dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.63 - Fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.64 - Long range aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.65 - Attack version of Ha 141[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.66 - Naval dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.67 - Mine laying aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.68 - Mine layer version of BV 222[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.69 - Target drone[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.70 - Fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.71 - Bomber/heavy fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.72 - Attack version of Ha 141[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.73 - Bomber w/pusher propellers[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.74 - Multipurpose version of Ha 141[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.75 - Multipurpose version of Ha 141[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.76 - Long range reconnaissance version of BV 222[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.77 - Long range reconnaissance version of BV 222[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.78 - Long range floatplane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.79 - Long range floatplane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.80 - Transoceanic aircraft w/twin floats[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.81 - Long range aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.83 - Trans-atlantic aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.84 - Long range aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.85 - Trans-atlantic aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.86 - Trans-atlantic aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.88 - Long range heavy fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.89 - Long range heavy fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.90 - Long range heavy fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.92 - Passenger aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.94 - Improved BV 138[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.95 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.96 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.97 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.98 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.99 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.100 - Target drone[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.101 - Target drone[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.103 - Asymmetric airliner[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.104 - Airliner w/tail-mounted propeller[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.105 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.106 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.107 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.108 - BV 138 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.109 - BV 138 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.110 - BV 138 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.111 - Asymmetric BV 138 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.112 - Asymmetric BV 138 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.113 - Asymmetric seaplane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.114 - BV 141 heavy fighter version[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.116 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.117 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.118 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.119 - BV 222 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.122 - Maritime patrol floatplane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.123 - Twin hull patrol flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.124 - Maritime patrol flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.125 - Maritime patrol floatplane[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.127 - Single seat fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.128 - Asymmetric single seat fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.129 - Fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.131 - Airliner w/tail-mounted propeller[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.134 - Fast bomber w/pusher propeller[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.135 - Asymmetric fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.138 - Long range reconnaissance flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.139 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.140 - Passenger aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.141 - Asymmetric passenger aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.142 - Passenger aircraft w/rotating wing[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.143 - Passenger aircraft w/rotating wing[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.144 - Maritime patrol aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.145 - Maritime twin float patrol aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.146 - P.144 development for DLH[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.147 - P.142 development for transport[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.148 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.149 - Flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.150 - Trans-atlantic flying boat w/pressurized cabin[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.155 - Asymmetric dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.160 - Trans-atlantic flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.161 - Land version of BV 238[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.162 - Bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.163 - Bomber/heavy fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.164 - Asymmetric fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.165 - Asymmetric fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.166 - Fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.167 - Twin BV 250 land version[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.168 - Asymmetric fighter/bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.170 - Fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.171 - Fast bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.172 - Dive bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.173 - Long range bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.174 - Glider bomb[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.175 - Parasite fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.176 - BV 237 armored version[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.177 - Asymmetric jet fighter/bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.178 - Asymmetric jet fighter/bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.179 - Asymmetric fighter/bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.180 - Fighter/bomber w/rotating wing[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.181 - Fighter/bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.182 - Fighter/bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.183 - Long range patrol aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.184 - Long range patrol aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.185 - Ground attack aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.186 - Glider fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.187 - Land version of BV 222[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.188.01 - Jet bomber w/compound swept wing[2][3]
  • Blohm & Voss P.188.02 - Jet bomber w/compound swept wing[2]
  • Blohm & Voss P.188.04 - Jet bomber w/compound swept wing[2]
  • Blohm & Voss P.190 - Single seat jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.191 - Flak suppression aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.192 - Ground attack aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.193 - Ground attack aircraft w/pusher propeller[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.194 - Asymmetric mixed propulsion ground attacker aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.195 - High altitude fighter w/ turbo supercharger[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.196 - Twin boom jet ground attack aircraft[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.197 - Single seat jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.198 - High altitude jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.199 - High altitude jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.200 - Trans-atlantic passenger flying boat[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.201 - High altitude rocket powered interceptor[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.202 - Swing wing jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.203 - Night/heavy fighter w/ mixed propulsion[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.204 - Ground attack aircraft w/ mixed propulsion[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.205 - BV 155 development[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.206 - Long range bomber[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.207.02 - Fighter w/ pusher propeller[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.207.03 - Fighter w/ pusher propeller[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.208 - Tailless fighter w/pusher propeller[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.209.01 - Tailless jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.209.02 - Single seat forward swept wing jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.210 - Tailless jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.211.01 - Swept wing jet fighter[4]
  • Blohm & Voss P.211.02 - 1944 "Volksjäger" project submission[4]
  • Blohm & Voss P.212 - Tailless jet fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.213 - Pulse jet miniature fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.214 - Piloted tailless flying bomb[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.215 - Tailless jet night fighter[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.217 - Unconfirmed project number for the Ae 607[1]
  • Blohm & Voss P.237 - Asymmetric dive bomber ( BV 237 )[1]
  • Blohm & Voss Ae 607[1]
  • Blohm & Voss MGRP[1]

BMW[]

(Bayerische Motoren-Werke GmbH)

  • BMW Strahlbomber I[1] Swept wing tailless jet bomber (Reference: German Air Projects vol. 3 1935-1945, Marek Rys)
  • BMW Strahlbomber II[1] Swept wing tailless jet bomber (Reference: German Air Projects vol. 3 1935-1945, Marek Rys)
  • BMW Schnellbomber I[1] Swept wing turboprop bomber (Reference: German Air Projects vol. 3 1935-1945, Marek Rys)
  • BMW Schnellbomber II[1] forward swept wing turboprop bomber (Reference: German Air Projects vol. 3 1935-1945, Marek Rys)
  • BMW Strahljäger I[1]
  • BMW Strahljäger II[1]
  • BMW Strahljäger III[1]
  • BMW Strahljäger IV[1]

Daimler-Benz[]

(Daimler-Benz)

  • Daimler-Benz Projekt A - Giant carrier aircraft with underslung twin-engined jet bomber with V-tail, project[1]
  • Daimler-Benz Projekt B - Giant carrier aircraft with underslung single engine jet bomber, project[1]
  • Daimler-Benz Projekt C - Giant carrier aircraft designed for launching missiles[1]
  • Daimler-Benz Projekt D - Giant carrier aircraft of different configuration with underslung Projekt B bomber[1]
  • Daimler-Benz Projekt E - Giant carrier aircraft deisned to carry 6 piloted Projekt F missiles[1]
  • Daimler-Benz Projekt F - parasite manned missile carried by Projekt E carrier. Possible suicide craft as escape downwards near target nearly impossible at speed.[1]
  • Daimler Benz JÄGER[1]

Dornier[]

(Dornier Werke GmbH)

DFS[]

(Deutsche Forschungsanstalt für Segelflug)

  • DFS 39 Lippisch-designed tailless research aircraft
  • DFS 40 Lippisch-designed tail-less research aircraft
  • DFS 194 Rocket-powered research aircraft, forerunner of Me 163
  • DFS 228 Rocket-powered reconnaissance aircraft (2 prototypes)
  • DFS 332
  • DFS 346 Supersonic research aircraft (incomplete prototype only)
  • DFS Eber Ramming interceptor

Flettner[]

(Flettner Flugzeugbau GmbH / Anton Flettner G.m.b.H.)

Focke-Wulf[]

(Focke-Wulf Flugzeugbau G.m.b.H.)

Gotha[]

( Gothaer Waggonfabrik)

  • Gotha Projekt P 35[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 39[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 40B[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 45[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 46[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 47[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 50/I[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 50/II[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 52[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 53[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 56[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 58[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 60[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 3001[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 3002[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 8001[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 9001[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 9007[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 10003[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 11001[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 12001[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 14002[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 14012[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 16001[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 17002[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 20001[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 21005[5]
  • Gotha Projekt P 35001[5]

Heinkel[]

(Ernst Heinkel A.G.)

  • Heinkel He 176 Rocket-powered experimental aircraft (prototype), first manned liquid-fueled rocket aircraft ever to fly
  • Heinkel He 177B first proposal for a true four engined version of the operational He 177A, four prototypes built (He 177 V101 to V104) with the first three completed, at least two flown.
  • Heinkel He 178 Jet-powered experimental aircraft
  • Heinkel He 274 Four-engine high-altitude heavy bomber development of the He 177 two prototypes completed by the French after war's end.
  • Heinkel He 277 Paper-only four-engine heavy bomber development of the He 177, emerged as Heinkel's Amerika Bomber design competitor by late 1943
  • Heinkel He 280 First jet fighter.
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1064[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1065[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1066[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1068[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1069[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1070[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1071[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1072[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1073.01[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1073.02[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1073.03[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1073.04[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1074[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1075 (Do 635)[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1076[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1077 Julia[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1078[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1079[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt P. 1080[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt Wespe[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt Lerche[5]
  • Heinkel Projekt Strabo 16[5]

Henschel[]

(Henschel Flugzeugwerke A.G.)

  • Henschel Hs 132 jet-powered dive bomber
  • Henschel Projekt P.54[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.72[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.75[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.76[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.80[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.87[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.122[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.135[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P.J. 600/67[7]
  • Henschel Projekt P. Transporter[7]

Horten[]

  • Horten Ho 229 Experimental flying wing fighter-bomber prototype
  • Horten Ho XVIII Flying wing jet bomber (Reference: German Air Projects vol. 3 1935-1945, Marek Rys)

Junkers[]

(Junkers Flugzeug-Werke A.G.)

Lippisch[]

Messerschmitt[]

Schempp-Hirth[]

Škoda-Kauba[]

Sombold[]

Stöckel[]

  • Stöckel Rammschussjäger (Ramshot Fighter) ramjet-rocket annular explosive warhead launcher aircraft project, 1944[10][11]

Weser[]

  • Weser Bf 163[12]
  • Weser We 271 - amphibian aircraft, prototype, 1939[12]
  • Weser P.1003/1 - tilt-rotor aircraft project[12]
  • Weser P.2127 - twin-boom aircraft project[12]
  • Weser P.2136[12]
  • Weser P.2138 - large flying boat project[12]
  • Weser P.2146[12]
  • Weser P.2147[12]

Zeppelin[]

Legitimacy of German projects[]

After the surrender of Nazi Germany several of the secret or unfinished projects of German military aircraft gained wide publicity. Also certain postwar planes such as the Bell X-5, F-86 Sabre or the MiG-15 were deemed to have been based on the pioneering work of WW2 German aircraft designers. As a consequence, a myth developed about the technological achievements of the Third Reich and about “Nazi secret weapons” still shrouded in mystery.[13] The legend was partly based on truth, but certain non genuine drawings and pictures of German weapons appeared in the intervening decades in certain more or less dodgy books and magazines. In order to make the forged Nazi projects more plausible these were mostly displayed along with diagrams and data of legitimate designs.[14] Directed towards a public too ready to accept such portrayals as true, aircraft like the Messerschmitt Zerstörer[15] or the Messerschmitt P.1079 Schwalbe for example,[16] have been given wide publicity despite the fact that they are of dubious authenticity.[17][18]

German aircraft manufacturers such as Henschel in Kassel had their archives destroyed in the course of the Allied bombing of the Third Reich at the end of World War II.[19] Hence some of the late Henschel projects that were recreated later are based on documents found in other locations or on second-hand sources and not on the original Henschel technical drawings.

See also[]

References[]

Notes
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  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "BV P.188". www.luft46.com. http://www.luft46.com/bv/bvp188-1.html. Retrieved 2011-01-28. 
  3. "BV P.188". www.luftfahrtmuseum.com. http://www.luftfahrtmuseum.com/htmi/itf/bv188.htm. Retrieved 2011-01-28. 
  4. 4.0 4.1 "Blohm + Voss". www.wehrmacht-history.com. http://www.wehrmacht-history.com/manufacturers/blohm-and-voss-aircraft-manufacturer.htm. Retrieved 2011-01-28. 
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  6. Luft'46 Fw Jägerprojekt VII Flitzer]
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  9. Skoda-Kauba Sk P.14.02 - Luft'46
  10. Stöckel Rammschussjäger
  11. Stöckel (Blohm & Voss) Rammschussjäger
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  14. For the Record; It's a FAKE!
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  16. Messerschmitt Schwalbe - Luft'46
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  18. "Der Flieger" article comment
  19. Henschel, a Company En Route to International Stature
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