Military History Books
by Harold A. Skaarup   www.SilverHawkAuthor.com   
 
Axis Warplane Survivors, German Aircraft: Klemm, Siebel

Axis Warplane Survivors, German Aircraft:

Klemm, Siebel

Axis Warplane Survivors, deutsche Flugzeuge:

Klemm, Siebel

Data current to 14 Dec 2020.

The aim of this website is to locate, identify and document Warplanes from the Second World War that have been preserved.  Many contributors have assisted in the hunt for these aircraft to provide and update the data on this website.  Photos are as credited.  Any errors found here are by the author, and any additions, corrections or amendments to this list of Warplane Survivors of the Second World War would be most welcome and may be e-mailed to the author at hskaarup@rogers.com.

Ziel dieser Website ist es, erhaltene Kampfflugzeuge aus dem Zweiten Weltkrieg zu lokalisieren, zu identifizieren und zu dokumentieren. Viele Mitwirkende haben bei der Suche nach diesen Flugzeugen mitgewirkt, um die Daten auf dieser Website.bereitzustellen und zu aktualisieren. Fotos gelten als gutgeschrieben. Alle hier gefundenen Fehler sind vom Autor und Ergänzungen, Korrekturen oder Ergänzungen zu dieser Liste der Überlebenden des Zweiten Weltkriegs sind sehr willkommen und können per E-Mail an den Autor unter hskaarup@rogers.com gesendet werden.

Klemm Kl 35 with over the wing cargo pods.  (Luftwaffe Photo)

Klemm Kl 35, F-AZTK (DL-UI and 3198) c/n 1954.  Built in 1940.  (Peter Bakema Photo)

 (USAAF Photo)

Lioré-et-Olivier LeO 451T, ex-OK+ZD, captured from the Luftwaffe and photographed in Sicily in 1943 while serving with the USAAF's 57th Fighter Group.

Siebel Si 204 in Luftwaffe service.  (Luftwaffe Photo)

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 322127), captured at Flensburg.  Designated RAF AM4, this aircraft was likely scrapped in 1945.  (RAF Photo)

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 321523), captured at Flensburg.  Designated RAF AM5, this aircraft was scrapped at Woodley ca. 1948.

Siebel Si 204D-3, (Wk. Nr. 321547), captured at Leck.  Designated RAF AM12, this aircraft was scrapped at Brize Norton in 1947.

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 251922), captured at Leck.  Designated RAF AM13, this aircraft was scrapped at RAF Newton in 1947.

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 221558), captured at Grove, Denmark.  This aircraft was designated RAF AM28.  It was scrapped at Brize Norton in 1947.

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 251147) captured at Kastrup.  This aircraft was scrapped at Woodley, England in 1948.

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. unknown).  Designated RAF AM46, this aircraft was scrapped at Brize Norton in 1947.

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 251104), captured at Lutenholm.  Designated RAF AM49, this aircraft was scrapped at Brize Norton in 1947.

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 321288), RAF AM55 was scrapped at brize Norton in 1947.

Siebel Si 204D-1, (Wk. Nr. 321308), RAF AM56 was scrapped at Schleswig-Jagel, Germany.

Siebel Si 204D, (Wk. Nr. 251190), RAF AM56A was likely scrapped at Schleswig-Jagel, Germany.

Siebel Si 204A (originally a Nord NC.702), (Wk. Nr. 350), fuselage has been used by the Vojenske Muzeum to build up a complete Si 204 D (Aero C-3A) in Czech markings.

Siebel Si 204D captured by the USSR in Soviet Air Force service.  (Soviet Air Force Photo)