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A manufacturer of aircraft for the Luftwaffe during the Nazi era, Dornier was founded in 1914. Among its primary aircraft produced during World War II was the Do-17 bomber, a slim light bomber that was used during the Battle of Britain and nicknamed the “Flying Pencil.” Dornier also engaged in the design and manufacture of seaplanes and other aircraft for the Nazis.



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