Blohm & Voss Ha 137 V4 Blohm & Voss Ha 137 (1935) was a German ground-attack aircraft prototype of the 1930s. It was Blohm & Voss' entry into the contest to equip the re-forming Luftwaffe with its first purpose-built dive bomber. Although the contest would eventually be won by the Junkers Ju 87, the Ha 137 demonstrated that B&V's Hamburger Flugzeugbau, not even two years old at this point, had a truly capable design team of its own
Russian - Antonov Was a Channel Wing Aircraft design that Never Flew
The German Focke-Wulf Huckebein was a jet-powered fighter aircraft designed as the successor to the Messerschmitt and other day fighters in Luftwaffe service during World War II. Only a few prototypes were developed.
Heinkel He 119 prototype with the hastily installed radiator to augment the evaporate cooling system.
SAI-Ambrosini was an Italian fighter prototype developed in the late featuring a canard-style wing layout and a 'pusher' propeller. Development of the was abandoned after the prototype crashed on its second flight.
Sierra S-1 Sportplane
Messerschmitt Bf109G-2, Lentomestari (Sergeant Major) Eino Juutilainen, Suomen Ilmavoimat (Finnish Air Force)
17 November 1943 First flight of the Fisher Body division of General Motors, Eagle
The Heinkel 119 was designed by the Günter brothers and exemplified their belief in streamlining. Powered by a DB 606 engine, the pre-war aircraft did not find a niche in a reconnaissance or bomber roll.