22 Of The Most Incredible Images Of Crashed Luftwaffe Planes During The Battle of Britain - https://www.warhistoryonline.com/war-articles/incredible-images-of-crashed-luftwaffe-planes.html
A soldier peers into the cockpit of a downed Messerschmitt Bf 109E. This is probably Bf 109E-1 (W.Nr. 3576) ‘Red 13’ of 7./JG 54, flown by Uffz. Zimmermann, which crashed near Lydd in Kent on 27 October 1940.
SEP 11 1940 Spitfire versus Dornier Spitfire-versus-Dornier 'I press the gun button and all hell is let loose; my guns make a noise like tearing calico...' But Geoffrey Wellum's first combat with a Dornier was head on.
The Battle of Britain in pictures
A Spitfire attacks a German plane. The Luftwaffe had far more aircraft, but British planes had the advantage of radar, as well as the ability to land and refuel. Many German planes could only fly for a short time before having to return.
Out for Trouble by Heinz Krebs Heinkel He-111 medium range bombers of KG53 Legion Condor cross the Channel coast. The yellow-nosed Messersc...
Battle of Britain - Heinkel 111, August 1940. Though criticised for lack of firepower compared to the cannon armed Bf 109, the Hurricane / Spitfire could still do an extraordinary amount of damage with 8 x .303 machine guns.