The MB.200 was a French bomber aircraft of the 1930s designed and built by Societé des Avions Marcel Bloch. A twin-engined high-winged monoplane with a fixed undercarriage, over 200 MB.200s were built for the French Air Force, and the type was also licence-built by Czechoslovakia, but it soon became obsolete, and was largely phased out by the start of World War II.
Bloch MB.200 in The War That Came EarlyEdit
The MB.200 was the only bomber available to the Czechoslovak Air Force when Germany invaded in 1938. Although the Germans had superior air craft, the Czech bombers were still able to undergo bombing missions inside Germany, against German cities in retaliation for the bombing of Czech cities.