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Ar.196V-1
Unit: unknown
Serial: D-IEHK (W.Nr.2589)

Prototype. Summer 1937.

Artist: © A.Bykov
Source: 'Wings of Fatherland' 1996, No.2

Discussion: Comments
Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196V-1 | D-IEHK (W.Nr.2589)
05/08/2013



Artist: unknown
Source: 'Arado Ar.196', Wydawnictwo Militaria No.53
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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196V-1 | D-IEHK (W.Nr.2589)
05/08/2013

Ar.196V-2
Unit: unknown
Serial: D-IHQI (W.Nr.2590)

Prototype. During 1938.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Arado Ar.196', Wydawnictwo Militaria No.53

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196V-2 | D-IHQI (W.Nr.2590)
05/08/2013

Ar.196V-3
Unit: unknown
Serial: D-ILRE (W.Nr.2591)

Prototype. During 1938-1939.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Arado Ar.196', Wydawnictwo Militaria No.53

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196V-3 | D-ILRE (W.Nr.2591)
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Ar.196V-4
Unit: unknown
Serial: D-OVMB (W.Nr.2592)

Prototype. During 1938-1939.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Arado Ar.196', Wydawnictwo Militaria No.53

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196V-4 | D-OVMB (W.Nr.2592)
05/08/2013

Ar.196A-?
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

Colours and recognize marking of HSK (Hilfskreuzer - Auxiliary cruisers = famous German sea raiders, acting all around the world, made of merchant ships equipped with hidden guns, airplanes and/or fast attack boats; the lack of national marking is also confirm of their piracy) had been unknown for a long time. Just 'Hellblau' = Pale Blue and no national marking used to be reported by one witness. What was clear that the painted colour could not be RLM 65 Hellblau. But meanwhile some more similar photos appeared. Seems to be certain that for painting the RAL ship paintings were used ( that means German colour standards introduced 1927 by Reichs-Ausschuss fur Lieferbedingungen (RAL) - Imperial Delivery Conditions Committee) . As a part of text of lost handbook for HSK flying officers instructions for HSK-machines painting should be described as Hellblau without national marking.

Artist: © Manfred Meyer
Source: Flieger-Revue Extra, No.14

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196A-?
05/08/2013

Ar.196A-?
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

Having indication as 'Fliegerkommando beim Marinesonderdienst Ostasien (Penang)' = East Asia Navy Special Service Air Command (Penang), establishment of a little German Navy Air Command began in 1st of March 1944 at Pulau Penang, a little island near West coast of Malaysia in strategic important Malacca Straits (Selat Malakka). Its task was, with two airplanes Arado Ar.196, to support in Penang in- and outgoing submarines. Ar.196 arrived also with HSK 10 'Thor' and HSK 28 'Michel' as well as with different supply ships (like 'Uckermark') to Japan. On 25th December 1942, the Berlin Navy Command ordered that the ships sailing the sea in this moment should not return home but have to steer for Japan. The already long time before war created, secret supply- and support organization Marinesonderdienst (MSD = Navy Special Service) was active from the end of 1940 in East Asia region. Now, they took over also HSK-supply, later also U-Booten (submarines) supply and loaded the covert transporters of war-important raw-materials for Germany. From 15th of April 1944 the MSD became a department within OKM (Oberkommando der Marine - Navy Supreme Command). It is possible to state position and activity of Peneng Air Command from the following report to Air General Ritter from 6th of March 1944 : 'In Penang, 2 Ar.196's are embattled under command of Oltn.z.See (Oberleutnant zur See = Navy Senior Lieutenant) Horn. They need ammunition. They wear Japanese national marking. Their tasks : reconnaissance in region of supply point and support of our U-boot from the end of February 1944.

Artist: © Manfred Meyer
Source: Flieger-Revue Extra, No.14

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196A-?
05/08/2013

Ar.196A-?
Unit: unknown
Serial: T3+IH

This aircraft based on the Bismark battleship.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Bismark' AJ-Press, Monografie Morskie 01

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196A-? | T3+IH
05/08/2013

Ar.196A-?
Unit: unknown
Serial: unknown

Ar.196 of Widder (HSK - Hilfskreuzer, auxiliary [this time pirate] cruiser rebuilt of merchant ship), wearing false French markings.

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | Ar.196A-?
05/08/2013

Ar.196A-?
Unit: SAGr.126
Serial: CK+FB

This aircraft took part in the battle against two MBR-2 on August 24, 1941.

Artist: © Anatoli.F.Ignatiy
Source: 'Aviation and Times' 1998, No.5 (No.31)

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | SAGr.126 | Ar.196A-? | CK+FB
05/08/2013

Ar.196A-1
Unit: 10./(See)LG2
Serial: D-ISFD

In 1939.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Arado Ar.196', Wydawnictwo Militaria No.53

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Arado Ar.196 | Germany (Nazi) | 10./(See)LG2 | Ar.196A-1 | D-ISFD
05/08/2013

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