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The three remaining Supermarine Spitfire XIXs Featured Battle of Britain Image

The three remaining Supermarine Spitfire XIXs

The three remaining Supermarine Spitfire XIXs, PM631, PS853 and PS915, in the RAF being flown to RAF Biggin Hill to join Fighter Commands unit Hurricane. The aircraft were to be maintained to take part in ceremonial Battle of Britain and other flypasts. They are being flown by Battle of Britain pilots Grp Capt James Edgar Johnson, DSO, DFC; Grp Capt James Rankin, DSO, DFC and Wg Cdr Peter D. Thompson, DFC. They are escorted by a Gloster Javelin, top, and a Hawker Hunter, bottom. 11 July 1957

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Messerschmitt Bf-109E-1 Featured Battle of Britain Image

Messerschmitt Bf-109E-1

Messerschmitt Bf-109 of Luftwaffe Stab 3./ Jagdgeschwader 26 Which Force-Landed in a Field in Kent, Southern England UK after Being Shot-Down by Squadron Leader Henry C Sawyer in a Spitfire 1 of 65 Squadron RAF During the Battle-Of-Britain . the Bf-109 Pilot Was Geschwader-Adjutant, Oberleutenant Werner Bartels Who Was Captured Seriously Wounded and Taken Prisoner. This Aircraft Wa Slater Put on Display in a Car Park in Croydon, South London, UK. the Bf-109 Had Been Escorting an Attack Against a Convoy of UK Ships in the Thames Estuary, Led by Major Adolf Galland Date: 1940

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Dornier Do-17Z-3 Featured Battle of Britain Image

Dornier Do-17Z-3

A Luftwaffe 7./ Kampfgeschwader 3 Dornier Do-17 (Mod 215) Shot-Down by a RAF Hawker Hurricane and Crash-Landed on the Rocky Beach of Foreness Point, Isle of Thanet at 12.55Pm on 26th August 1940, Whilst on an Attack on West Malling During the Battle-Of-Britain - Note Mans Legs Sticking out from under Fuselage and Bombs under Wing - the Crew Was Uffz R Haupt Survived with Shock, Pilot-Lt Karl Eggert Survived the Crash But Died 2 Days Later, Obergefr Walter Knochenmuss Died, K Kamm Survived. the Dead Are Burried in Margate Cemetary. Date: 1940

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