France
Type Number Type Number Type Number Type Number Type Number
Amiot 143 11 Breguet Bre 521 2 Caudron 635 103 Dewoitine D 520 246 Loire. LN 411 12
Amiot 351 - 354 4 Breguet 691- 695 25 Caudron 690 6 Farman 190 2 LeO C 30 7
Arsenal VG 22 2 Caproni 164 27 Caudron Cr 714 ? Farman 400 14 Leo 451 94
Bloch 81 6 Caproni Ca 313 1 Caudron Phalene 11 Farman 470 14 Mauboussin 20
Bloch 131 21 Caudron 275 205 De Havilland DH 60 2 Farman 222 1 Morane MS 230 152
Bloch 152 173 Caudron 445 10 De Havilland DH 83 1 Martin 167 4 Morane MS 237 1
Bloch 174 - 175 10 Caudron 490 1 De Havilland DH 85 1 Hanriot 175 1 Morane MS 315 20
Bloch MB 200 ? Caudron 510 5 Curtiss H 75 22 Hanriot 182 127 Morane MS 341 2
Bloch 210 37 Caudron 600 36 Dewoitine D 510 2 Hanriot 232 20 Morane MS 406 46
Type Number Type Number
Maillet 1 Potez 583/585 18
North American NAA 57 50 Taupin 1
North American NAA 64 ? Salmson ?
Nardi 305 30 Westland Lysander 1
Potez 29 3  
Potez 36 1
Potez 63-11 134
Potez 567 1
Potez 568 11  
From Flugzeug Extra 2004-2, 2005-1, 2005-2, 2005-3, 2005-4. Ajrcraft taken over from France
In these photos at  Etampes end of1940, we recognizes  a Potez 25, the  Couazinet 10, a Caudron 690, several Caudron Aiglon 600, including the registration
F-ANSN a Breguet 693, a Potez 630 or 631  a Caudron 275 , a Hanriot 182. Bloch 200, Most wearing   German Cross
At d'Orléans-Bricy JG 103 used a number of Bloch 155. Also in the photo are a Potez 63-11 and a D.520
Two MS 406 and two Br 693 at SNCAC, Bourges. During the summer 1940 they were painted, they all received the letter KQ+Z.
A four-bladed propeller Bloch 152 together a Caudron Goéland,
Bloch 175 and a Gotha.150
Photo from Querqueville  taken in September 1940, which recognizes
a series of French aircraft carrying German Cross. Dewoitine 376, Potez 631, Loire-Nieuport LN-411, Levasseur PL-14
and Potez 567.
Photographed above Marignane from a LeO 451 of which we see the engine nacelle in the foreground, the lake Berre with the SE 200 01
and Laté 631-01.
Part of the loot found in Hourtin two FBA-17 and two CAMS 37E still wear their naval codes at the same time that the German cross.
Shortly before their departure to Germany, the three great French  transatlantic seaplanes
gathered in Marignane with their German codes: On the wing of the SE-200 20 + 01, Potez-CAMS 161 coded 16 + 11 and the Laté 631 coded 63 + 11.