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aircraft wreck battle of britain 5 20 Historical Photos of Downed Luftwaffe Aircraft during the Battle of Britain

Downed Luftwaffe Aircraft during the Battle of Britain

Troops guard the wreck of Heinkel He (W.Nr of which was shot down during an attack on Great Western Aerodrome (now Heathrow) and crash-landed at High Salvington near Worthing, 16 August 1940

Amazing pictures of Shot Down Luftwaffe Planes during the Battle of Britain

Soldiers pose with Messerschmitt Bf ‘Yellow of 51 ‘Molders’, which crash-landed at East Langdon in Kent, 24 August The pilot, Oberfeldwebel Beeck, was captured unhurt.

aircraft wreck battle of britain 8 20 Historical Photos of Downed Luftwaffe Aircraft during the Battle of Britain

Downed Luftwaffe Aircraft during the Battle of Britain

aircraft wreck battle of britain 8 20 Historical Photos of Downed Luftwaffe Aircraft during the Battle of Britain

He 111 this was shoot down by a Swiss bf 109

"I assume the gunsight was well adjusted then." KB Destroyed Luftwaffe aircraft, Heinkel He 111

A British RAF Supermarine Spitfire attacks a German Heinkel HE 111 bomber. (The Art Archive / Alamy)

How did we win? 75 years on, a Hurricane ace remembers the Battle of Britain

Damaged Spitfire breaking off after attack on a Heinkel 111 bomber during the Battle of Britain, summer censorship has removed the aircraft's Sqn identification letters.

A still from camera-gun film taken from a Supermarine Spitfire Mark I flown by the Commanding Officer of No. 609 Squadron RAF, Squadron Leader H S Darley, as he opens fire amongst a formation of Heinkel He 111s of KG 55 which have just bombed the Supermarine aircraft works at Woolston, Southampton. [© IWM (CH 1829)]

A still from camera-gun film taken from a Supermarine Spitfire Mark I flown by…

1935-45 Heinkel HE-111, Luftwaffe, Spain, Medium bomber/transport. Engine: 2 x BMW VI liquid-cooled inverted V-12 (660 HP) ea. Armament: 7 x 7.92 mm MG-15 or MG-81, 1 X 20mm MG FF cannon, 1 x 13mm MG-131 machine gun, 2,000 kg (4,400 lb) bombs. Max Speed: 440 km/h (273 mph)

Engine: 2 x BMW VI liquid-cooled inverted HP) ea. Armament: 7 x mm or 1 X MG FF cannon, 1 x machine gun, kg lb) bombs. Max Speed: 440 km/h

Me-109

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