Hekel HE 111 P2 was a German bomber designed by Siegfried and Walter Günter at Heeke Flugzeugwerke in 1934. By developing it, it was described as a “wolf in sheep clothes”. Due to restrictions placed on Germany after the First World War, prohibiting bombers, Masqueraded as civil aviation, although the concept, designed intended to give the rising airwaffe with a quick center bomber. (3)
Perhaps the most recognized German bomber because of the distinct, wide smooth “power” nose of later versions, Heinkel Li 111 was the most numerous airwaffe bombs in the early stages of World War II. The bombing well until the Battle of the United Kingdom, as its weak defensive armamame was exposed. (3) However, it was possible to maintain heavy damage and remaining air. When the war evolved, 111 was used in a large selection of roles on each front in the European theater. It was used as a strategic bomber during the Battle of the United Kingdom, a torpedo bomber in the Atlantic and the Arctic and a medium bomber and transport films on Western, Eastern, Mediterranean, mid-east and North African former theaters.
111 was continually updated and changed, but it was outdated during the last part of the war. The German Bomber B project was not performed, which forced airwaffe to continue to operate 111 in comb proles to the end of \\ u200b \\ u200b war. Preparation of LI 111 stopped in September 1944, where pistot motor bomber production was largely stopped in favor of hunting machines. With the German bombing force almost disabled, 111 was used for logistics. (3)
The production of the War as the Spanish built house 2. 111. Spain received a set from him 111h-16 in 1943, together with an agreement to build Spanish versions. Its cell was produced in Spain under license for aviation structure SA. The design was only significantly different in the engine, and then equipped with Rolls-Royce Merlin engines. Heinkel’s successor lasted until 1973.