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Dornier Do 13

Do 13
Role Bomber
National origin Germany
Manufacturer Dornier
Developed from Dornier Do 11
Developed into Dornier Do 23

The Dornier Do 13 was a short-lived 1930s German bomber design.[1] It was the designation given to the aircraft resulting from attempts to improve on the Do 11. However, only a few were made, because the design changes caused grievous problems with many of the first flights ending in crashes. Another redesign ensued resulting in the Do 23, which later served in World War II in the Czech branch of the Luftwaffe. Do 13s under construction were converted to the Do 23 design.

Variants

  • Do 13c : Initial production version.
  • Do 13d : Improved version.

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References

  1. ^ Frédriksen, John C. (2001), International Warbirds: An Illustrated Guide to World Military Aircraft, 1915-2001, ABC-CLIO, p. 98,  
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