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German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 at rest, France, summer 1940German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 in flight, France, summer 1940, photo 1 of 3German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 in flight, France, summer 1940, photo 2 of 3German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 in flight, France, summer 1940, photo 3 of 3
German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 at rest, France, summer 1940German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 in flight, France, summer 1940, photo 1 of 3German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 in flight, France, summer 1940, photo 2 of 3German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 in flight, France, summer 1940, photo 3 of 3
German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 preparing for take off, France, summer 1940, photo 1 of 2German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 preparing for take off, France, summer 1940, photo 2 of 2German He 111 Doppel-Blitz bomber of KG 53 in flight over Belgium or France, Sep-Oct 1940German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 1 of 2
German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 preparing for take off, France, summer 1940, photo 1 of 2German He 111 bombers of Kampfgeschwader 1 preparing for take off, France, summer 1940, photo 2 of 2German He 111 Doppel-Blitz bomber of KG 53 in flight over Belgium or France, Sep-Oct 1940German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 1 of 2
German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 2 of 2Gun camera footage from a Spitfire Mk I fighter of No. 609 Squadron RAF, showing its tracer ammunition hitting a German He III aircraft over Filton, Bristol, England, United Kingdom, 25 Sep 1940Formations of German He 111 bombers flying over Britain, seen through the the gun camera of British Pilot Officer J. D. BisdeeThe front of a Heinkel He-111 medium bomber in flight during a bombing mission to London, England, United Kingdom, Nov 1940
German He 111 bomber in flight northbound over Surrey Docks, London, England, United Kingdom at 1700 hours on 7 Sep 1940, photo 2 of 2Gun camera footage from a Spitfire Mk I fighter of No. 609 Squadron RAF, showing its tracer ammunition hitting a German He III aircraft over Filton, Bristol, England, United Kingdom, 25 Sep 1940Formations of German He 111 bombers flying over Britain, seen through the the gun camera of British Pilot Officer J. D. Bisdee's Spitfire fighter of No. 609 Squadron RAF, 26 Sep 1940The front of a Heinkel He-111 medium bomber in flight during a bombing mission to London, England, United Kingdom, Nov 1940
German fighter pilot Joachim M√ľncheberg and General Erwin Rommel in front of a He 111 aircraft, North Africa, 1941-1942German He-111 bombers in formation, Oct 1941.Funeral of a German airman, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941, photo 3 of 3He 111-H6 medium bomber armed with two Lufttorpedo LF-5B practice torpedoes, late 1941. Note the asymmetrical design of the nose section.
German fighter pilot Joachim M√ľncheberg and General Erwin Rommel in front of a He 111 aircraft, North Africa, 1941-1942German He-111 bombers in formation, Oct 1941.Funeral of a German airman, Kharkov, Ukraine, Oct-Nov 1941, photo 3 of 3He 111-H6 medium bomber armed with two Lufttorpedo LF-5B practice torpedoes, late 1941. Note the asymmetrical design of the nose section.
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 backgroundA Heinkel He-111H bomber captured on a landing strip in Libya after the Battle of El Alamein and repainted in RAF markings by No. 260 Squadron RAF. Note the distinctive squadron mark on the side. 1943.Stefanica Paunescu with squadron mates, 1940s, photo 1 of 6Me 323 Gigant heavy transport at rest, date unknown; aircraft in background appeared to be He 111 medium bombers
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 backgroundA Heinkel He-111H bomber captured on a landing strip in Libya after the Battle of El Alamein and repainted in RAF markings by No. 260 Squadron RAF. Note the distinctive squadron mark on the side. 1943.Stefanica Paunescu with squadron mates, 1940s, photo 1 of 6Me 323 Gigant heavy transport at rest, date unknown; aircraft in background appeared to be He 111 medium bombers

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