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Jet Interceptor by Nicolas Trudgian. Herbert Ihlefelds personal White 23 - the revolutionary Heinkel Peoples Fighter - on patrol with aircraft was captured intact and is today preserved in the National Air & Space Museum in Washington DC.

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A Long Way from Ridgewell by Alex Hamilton January The Air force is building up to what will become known as ‘Big Week’.

1944 Junkers 88 Nachtjaeger Moonlight Hunter - Nicolas TrudgianA Junkers Ju88 G-6, piloted by Major Paul Zorner, Gruppenkommandeur III./NJG100, based at Stubendorf, intercepts and badly damages a four-engined Lancaster of R.A.F. Bomber Command over Germany in late 1944. Shedding debris and trailing flames, there may just be time for the crew to bale out before the mightly bomber falls away into the dark abyss.

1944 Junkers 88 Nachtjaeger Moonlight Hunter - Nicolas Trudgian A Junkers piloted by Major Paul Zorner, Gruppenkommandeur based at Stubendorf, intercepts and badly damages a.

Two German Messerschmitt 109Gs attack head-on through a formation of B-17s from the 100th Bomb Group over Germany. Fortresses Engaged by Keith Ferris

Two German Messerschmitt attack head-on through a formation of from the Bomb Group over Germany. Fortresses Engaged by Keith Ferris

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Nakajima Otsu Shoki 'Tojo' with Cannon (Hasegawa box art)

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The Ohio, one of the convoy to Malta.   For the Germans, the failure to take Malta would mean the end of their threat to the oil fields of the Middle East.

The Gallant Ohio by Robert Taylor Spitfires of 126 and 185 Squadrons successfully fend off a last desperate attempt by enemy aircraft to si.

Chivalry in War: Bf-109 pilot Franz Stigler was ordered to pursue and shoot down a stricken B-17 on December 20, 1943. He had never seen a plane flying so damaged, and he could see men huddled inside tending the wounds of other crewmen. No one fired at him. Stigler flew alongside of the bomber and looked at its pilot, Charles Brown, who had no idea he was flying deeper over enemy territory. Stigler decided to wave him back, escorted the plane to the North Sea, saluted and veered away.

1943 12 20 Ye Olde Pub - John D. Shaw 1943 12 20 Higher Call - John D. Shaw Encountering a mortally-wounded limping back to England, Luftwaffe ace Franz Stigler anticipated an easy kill and.

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