A photograph of a Mercedes-Benz car, seen through the tail of a Junkers aeroplane, taken by Zoltan Glass, c. 1935. A swastika can be seen on the tail of the plane.
A photograph of a Mercedes-Benz car, seen through the tail of a Junkers aeroplane, taken by Zoltan Glass, c. 1935.
A swastika can be seen on the tail of the plane. After the Nazi party came to power in 1933, German aviation development was diverted away from civil aircraft and Junkers began making aircraft for the Luftwaffe.
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- National Media Museum, Bradford
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- National Science and Media Museum
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