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Messerschmitt Bf 109 Flown by Leutnant Walter Blume

Battle of Britain, summer 1940: downed Bf 109E.

Royal Air Force men examine a Messerschmitt 109 which crash-landed in Windsor Great Park after a failed attack on two British Anson aircraft, October 1940 [Getty Images]

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Aircraft mechanics of the Swiss Air Force working on a Messerschmitt Bf at Thun Airfield, Switzerland,

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Bf-109F "Engine access Spitfires could only dream of" KB

Bf 109 F Jagdfliegerschule 2

Asisbiz article Bf 109E (Y6+I) of unknown France 1940 02

Luftwaffe ace Oberfeldwebel Max Buchholz from / I.Gruppe / Jagdgeschwader 3 (JG in front of a Messerschmitt Bf 109 in France,

https://flic.kr/p/4pSJRq | Bf 109 E4 N (I) Oberstlt., Adolf Galland | Messerschmitt Bf 109 Aces!

In March Galland returned to operational flying and was permitted to form a jet fighter unit which Galland called Jagdverband He flew missions over Germany until the end of the war in May

A shot down German Bf 109 fighter. *Note the early 2-blade design.

A shot down German Bf 109 fighter. *Note the early design.

Fokker D-XXI (FR-125) Hyvinkää airfield 1941.

C: Pilot Lt. Ture Mattila of 30 in his Fokker D-XXI at Hyvinkää airfield, Finland.

Bf-109F JG 3 "Udet". Strange to see an aircraft in thhe African camouflage in Russia in summer 1941.

Strange to see an aircraft in thhe African camouflage in Russia in summer

In the summer of 1940, Major Adolf Galland’s III.Gruppe / Jagdgeschwader 26 (JG 26) “Schlageter” was based at Caffiers airfield east of Calais, from where it flew missions over England

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A Messerschmitt Bf 109E undergoes engine maintenance, circa 1940. The rear of the aircraft has been jacked up to a level flying position.

A Messerschmitt Bf undergoes engine maintenance, circa The rear of the aircraft has been jacked up to a level flying position.

Bf 109F-2

Bf 109F-2

Finnish Airforce LeLv 34, Messerschmitt Bf-109 G-2 MT-203, MT-214 and MT-216, 24 April 1943 at Utti, Finland.

Finnish Airforce LeLv Messerschmitt and 24 April 1943 at Utti, Finland.

Bf 109 F. Cleaning the gun.

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The second of a series of three photos showing an unidentified German soldier next to (probably) ‘Yellow 2’, a Bf 109-F from 9./JG 52. In the other two photos he is accompanied by fighter ace Hermann Graf, the first pilot to achieve 200 aerial victories during WW2, ending it with a total of 212 ‘kills’.

‘Yellow a Bf from In the other two photos he is accompanied by fighter ace Hermann Graf, the first pilot to achieve 200 aerial victories during ending it with a total of 212 ‘kills’.

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