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German pilot preparing for a mission in front of his Bf 109 fighter, North Africa, 1941German armorer loading ammunition into a Bf 109 fighter of JG 54
German pilot preparing for a mission in front of his Bf 109 fighter, North Africa, 1941German armorer loading ammunition into a Bf 109 fighter of JG 54 'GrĂĽnherz' fighter wing, Russia, Aug 1941
German crew sighting the 20mm cannon on a Bf 109F fighter of JG 54 German crew sighting the 20mm cannon on a Bf 109F fighter of JG 54
German crew sighting the 20mm cannon on a Bf 109F fighter of JG 54 'GrĂĽnherz' fighter wing, near Leningrad, Russia, Aug 1941, photo 1 of 2German crew sighting the 20mm cannon on a Bf 109F fighter of JG 54 'GrĂĽnherz' fighter wing, near Leningrad, Russia, Aug 1941, photo 2 of 2
Allied ground crew disassembling a wrecked German He 111 aircraft near Daba and Fuka, Egypt, circa 1942; note wrecked Bf 109 fighter and Hurricane Mk II fighter in backgroundBf 109 fighter of the Bulgarian Air Force in flight, date unknown
Allied ground crew disassembling a wrecked German He 111 aircraft near Daba and Fuka, Egypt, circa 1942; note wrecked Bf 109 fighter and Hurricane Mk II fighter in backgroundBf 109 fighter of the Bulgarian Air Force in flight, date unknown
Bf 109E fighters of the Bulgarian Air Force at rest, date unknownCrew of a Bf 109 fighter in North Africa, date unknown
Bf 109E fighters of the Bulgarian Air Force at rest, date unknownCrew of a Bf 109 fighter in North Africa, date unknown
Eight wrecked Bf 109 fighters, North Africa, 1942German airmen painting markings on the rudder of a Bf 109 fighter, Russia, 1942, photo 1 of 2
Eight wrecked Bf 109 fighters, North Africa, 1942German airmen painting markings on the rudder of a Bf 109 fighter, Russia, 1942, photo 1 of 2
German airmen painting markings on the rudder of a Bf 109 fighter, Russia, 1942, photo 2 of 2German Bf 109 fighters at rest on an airfield, possibly in Italy, circa 1942-1943
German airmen painting markings on the rudder of a Bf 109 fighter, Russia, 1942, photo 2 of 2German Bf 109 fighters at rest on an airfield, possibly in Italy, circa 1942-1943
German Bf 109 refueling in Russia, 1941-1942; note horse-drawn fuel tankGerman Bf 109E fighters in flight, North Africa, date unknown
German Bf 109 refueling in Russia, 1941-1942; note horse-drawn fuel tankGerman Bf 109E fighters in flight, North Africa, date unknown
German Bf 109G-3 fighters at rest on an airfield, possibly in Italy, circa 1942-1943German crew cleaning the 20mm cannon of a Bf 109 fighter, Russia, early 1942
German Bf 109G-3 fighters at rest on an airfield, possibly in Italy, circa 1942-1943German crew cleaning the 20mm cannon of a Bf 109 fighter, Russia, early 1942
German factory worker putting together the wing of a Bf 109 fighter, 1940-1944Hans-Joachim Marseille in the cockpit of a Bf 109 fighter, date unknown
German factory worker putting together the wing of a Bf 109 fighter, 1940-1944Hans-Joachim Marseille in the cockpit of a Bf 109 fighter, date unknown
German crewmen Hoffmann and Berger cleaning the machine gun barrel of Bf 109 fighter W. Nr. 8673, which belonged to Hans-Joachim Marseille, Martuba, Libya, Mar 1942Hans-Joachim Marseille (on wing) with Willy Messerschmitt (right) after trying out the new “Gustav” (Bf-109G) at the Messerschmitt plant, Augsburg, Germany, early 1942
German crewmen Hoffmann and Berger cleaning the machine gun barrel of Bf 109 fighter W. Nr. 8673, which belonged to Hans-Joachim Marseille, Martuba, Libya, Mar 1942Hans-Joachim Marseille (on wing) with Willy Messerschmitt (right) after trying out the new “Gustav” (Bf-109G) at the Messerschmitt plant, Augsburg, Germany, early 1942

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