|Messerschmitt Me P 1070|
Messerschmitt's Projekt 1070 was designed parallel to the famous Me 262 and was quite similar in appearance. However, the Me 262 proved to be superior and the Me P 1070 never left the drawing board.
This machine features in John Baxter's latest book "The Alternate Luftwaffe 2" as the fictional Me 260 of the Romanian air force.
|Messerschmitt Me P 1091a Stufe III|
The Me P 1091a Stufe III was one of the many Messerschmitt designs for a high-altitude interceptor. In rough lines it represented a stretched Bf 109, equipped with a turbo-supercharger.
This machine features in John Baxter's latest book "The Alternate Luftwaffe 2" as the fictional Bf 109 X extreme altitude fighter.
|Junkers Ju 88 T-1|
No aircraft in the Luftwaffe inventory fulfilled the concept of multi-role aircraft better than the nimble Junkers Ju 88. It was successfully used for bombing, night fighting, ground attack, reconnaissance and training, amongst others. It operated from Finland to North Africa.
The Ju 88 T-1 was a high-speed photoreconnaissance platform.