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Heinkel He-111A belonging to the CNAC.

Original number #1902, last survivor of the eight He-111As bought from Germany, its weapons were removed and transfered to CNAC on 25 February 1943, crashed in Kunming on 23 December 1944, during a test fly after refit with P&W engines.

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