http://plaza.rakuten.co.jp/zerosenochib ... 704270000/Two Junkers Ju.87A-1 dive-bombers were purchased by Japan as a result of being exhibited at the International Aeronautical Exhibition in Berlin. They were shipped out as export models Ju87K-1 in 1937. The aircraft codes were 71+E11 and 71+E12 and had standard German 'splinter' camouflage but with the Japanese national markings replacing the black cross of the Luftwaffe. They were fitted with the Jumo 210D in-line engine but armament, radio and bomb-release gear were all unchanged from the A-1. The Mitsubishi Aircraft Company assembled them in January 1938, the first being assigned to the Army Air Force at Tachikawa and the second to the Hamamatsu for detailed examination. Once these evaluations were completed one of these aircraft was placed in the Tokorozawa Army Aviation Museum, but was destroyed in the incendiary attacks later in the war. It would appear that they had no influence on the design of the Aichi D3A1/2 Val.
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