Hm. 31: He 219

A German night fighter aircraft designed to counter Allied bomber raids. It was known for its powerful radar and twin 20mm cannons.

Hm. 48: He 123

A German single-seat dive bomber aircraft used during the early stages of World War II. It was known for its maneuverability and its effectiveness against ground targets.

Hm. 32: He 111Z

A German transport aircraft based on the Heinkel He 111 bomber. It was used for transporting troops, supplies, and equipment.

Hm. 49: He 126

A German reconnaissance aircraft used during World War II. It was known for its long range and its ability to operate in various conditions.

Hm. 33: He 178

A German experimental jet-powered aircraft that was the first aircraft to successfully achieve sustained flight using a jet engine.

Hm. 50: Heinkel He 129B

A German ground-attack aircraft variant of the He 129. It was known for its improved firepower and its effectiveness against armored targets.

Hm. 34: He 219 Uhu

A German night fighter aircraft known for its exceptional performance and capabilities. It was considered one of the most advanced night fighters of World War II.

Hm. 35: Horten Ho 32

A German experimental flying wing aircraft designed for high-speed bombing raids. It was a further development of the Horten Ho 229.

Hm. 36: Heavy Tank

A heavily armored and armed tank designed for offensive operations and breaking through enemy defenses. Notable examples include the German Tiger and the Soviet IS-2.

Hm. 37: Halifax B.Mk.II

A British four-engine heavy bomber variant of the Halifax. It was known for its improved performance and its ability to carry a heavier bomb load.