Luftwaffe Aviation History
The HORTEN Brothers
Walter Horten (13 November 1913 - 9 December 1998 ) and Reimar Horten (12 March 1915 - 14 March 1994 ), sometimes credited as the Horten Brothers, were German aircraft pilots and enthusiasts. Though they had little, if any, formal training in aeronautics or a related field, the Horten Brothers designed some of the most advanced aircraft of the 1940's, including the world's first jet-powered flying wing, the Horten HO 229. Here are some of their designs and proposed designs.
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Horten Ho 7
Horten Brothers and their highly sweptback wing sailplane known as the Horten Ho 7., Sailplanes,
Horten Ho 229 - Northrup Builds A Full Scale Replica To Determine How Stealthy It May Have Been
An article by D.O. "Doc" Myhra and appearing in the Aviation History Magazine featuring Northrup-Grumman's full scale replica of the Horten Ho-229 and its testing at their classified radar test range..
Horten Parabola - Experimental All-Wing Design - Never Flown - Burned Due To Deformation Over Winter
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Horten Ho 18b - All-Wing Bomber and Other Aircraft To Be Built At Muhldorf - Semi-Underground Hangar
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Horten Ho 229 All-wing Design vs The USAAF P-51 Mustang - Animation
Horton Brothers WWII flying wing design animation of how it would might fare against the North American P-51 Mustang fighter. The war ended too soon for production to really begin. For more informatio...
Horten Ho-18a - 6xJunkers Juno 004B Powered All-Wing Intercontintenal Bomber Design At War's End
A short animated video showing the Horten Ho-18a Amerika Bomber all-wing proposed design by the Horten Brothers from early 1945 WWII Nazi Germany. Design work had already began and construction was to...
Germany's plan to bomb either New York or Washington near the end of World War II.
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