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The Danish airlines Fw 200 airliner OY-DAM Dania at the opening of the Norwegian airport Fornebu near Oslo
Focke-Wulf Fw 200 "Condor" with nose-mounted radar FuG Hohentweil .
Albert Speer (third from left) in front of his personal transport
Focke-Wulf Fw 200 C-3 "Condor" (Kennung F8+GH) seen on a Greek airfield. Bundesarchiv via Wikicommons
A Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Kondor sinking in the Atlantic Ocean west of Ireland, after being shot down by a Lockheed Hudson Mark V of No. 233 Squadron RAF based at Aldergrove, County Antrim, while trying to attack a convoy. This oblique aerial photograph was taken from the victorious Hudson (AM536) and shows the crew of the Kondor swimming for their liferaft which is inflating to the right of the tailplane. Date: 23 July 1941. Public domain via Wikicommons
KG 40 1,000th sortie commemoration via Ebay auction
Walkaround video of a KG 40 Fw 200 Condor captured by the Russians. Click once to view without leaving this page.