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Dive bomber Junkers Ju87 Stuka against a Spitfire or other fighters the allies had the Stuka was ineffective. It was a terror weapon that the Nazis used against inferior forces.

Junkers 87 Stuka dive bomber - it suffered badly when confronted by fighter opposition, and though very effective under favourable circumstances was withdrawn from the Battle after unsustainable losses.

Briefing for the crew of a heavy Stirling bomber - RAF Methwold, Norfolk, England - Wold War 2

Briefing for the crew of a heavy Stirling bomber - RAF Methwold, Norfolk, England - World War 2

🇬🇧Balkans, Line up of Macchi Mc 200 of the Squadriglia with the typical yellow engine cowling.

Bf 109G pilot after a combat mission - probably taken in Italy, late 1943.

Messerschmitt Bf pilot after a combat mission - probably taken in Italy, late

The evolution of the Nazi's war planes throughout World War Germany had a solid air force.

Unteroffizier Arno Zimmermann crash-landed on the beach at Lydd in Kent, South of England.

After Italian armistice, Tarantola continued the fight serving in ANR (RSI air force). Here the last set up to the flying suit before the mission on a Fiat DVX

Attack German Aircraft of WWII - Henschel Hs Kinda looks like a main cannon, except for the fact the gun is a Gatling style gun.

C: 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.

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