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PoorOldSpike

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Storch with external fuel tank





Italian Me109's in Sicily 1943
 
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Heinrich Bartels at Kalamaki airfield in Greece with his ME-109 and current total of 70 kill marks.
According to official figures he eventually scored a total of 99 victories, including 49 on the Eastern Front and 50 in the skies of Germany against Allied air raids.
American P-47 Thunderbolts killed him over Bonn in 1944, age 26.
In 1968 his Bf-109G-10 with his remains still in the cockpit were found deep in the ground near the town of Meckenheim.




Bartels Me109
 
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Corsaire31

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Nice.. I always found the DO 17 a beautiful airplane, although the He 111 was more efficient...
 
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Spitfires and wrecked Me110, Montecorvino airfield near Salerno 1943

 
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Me109





Wfgr21 rocket being loaded onto a Fw190, its primary use was for firing into formations of Allied heavy bombers, time-fused to explode in the middle of the formation-
 
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