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Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-6/AS "Green 5" 2./Erg. JG2 This was the mount Oblt. Manfred Dieterle.Pictured at Gardelegen having been left there in the spring of 1945 with mechanical problems.Note the field modification of the extended flame damping exhaust shield .

Messerschmitt Bf 109 G-6/AS "Green 5" 2./Erg. JG2 This was the mount Oblt. Manfred Dieterle.Pictured at Gardelegen having been left there in the spring of 1945 with mechanical problems.Note the field modification of the extended flame damping exhaust shield .

Staffelkapitän Hermann Graf of 9./JG 52., Bf 109F-4s at Kharkov Rogan, Ukraine in the Summer of '42

Messerschmitt Bf Staffelkapitän Hermann Graf of Kharkov Rogan, Ukraine Summer of .Colorized photo from a B&W original .

Ju52/3mg5e with floats

Ju52/3mg5e with floats

Messerschmidt (Bf-109 F-4): Seen here in early May 1942, possibly still during the unit’s refit in Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, Germany, shortly before it was transferred back to the Eastern Front.

Bf 109 ‘Yellow of 3 ‘Udet’ flown by fighter ace Ofw. Eberhard von Boremski photographed in early May possibly still during the unit’s refit in Wiesbaden-Erbenheim, Germany, shortly before it was transferred back to the Eastern Front.

Oberleutnant Karl Fischer’s Bf109E-1 (Wn.4851 9+) of 7./Jagdgeschwader 27, after a forced landing near Queen Anne’s Gate, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire. 17.00 hrs, 30 September 1940..

Oberleutnant Karl Fischer’s (WNr. white 9 +) of after a forced landing near Queen Anne’s Gate, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire. hrs, 30 September The mission was a.

the_ww2_memoirs An American GI inspects a P-47 Thunderbolt, captured by German forces and studied in this hangar, Germany, April, 1945. In the foreground you can see a P-51D Mustang that was being taken apart before the hangar was abandoned. In 1944 the Germans were at a lost as to why their aircraft were loosing to Allied aircraft, so they were tasked with capturing and dissecting Allied aircraft. Then, if anything was found that could improve German aircraft it would be implemented and…

the_ww2_memoirs An American GI inspects a P-47 Thunderbolt, captured by German forces and studied in this hangar, Germany, April, 1945. In the foreground you can see a P-51D Mustang that was being taken apart before the hangar was abandoned. In 1944 the Germans were at a lost as to why their aircraft were loosing to Allied aircraft, so they were tasked with capturing and dissecting Allied aircraft. Then, if anything was found that could improve German aircraft it would be implemented and…

Avions Hors-série n°42

Avions Hors-série n°42