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Bf 110 aircraft of German Zerstörergeschwader (Destroyer Wing) 76 preparing for flight, Western Europe, May 1940; note shark mouth markingGerman Bf 110 fighters, Western Europe, May 1940; note shark mouth markingsGerman Ju 52 aircraft flying over the crash site of a German Bf 110 fighter, near Oslo and Fornebu, Norway, 1940Pilot of a German Bf 110 aircraft in flight, May 1940
Bf 110 aircraft of German Zerstörergeschwader (Destroyer Wing) 76 preparing for flight, Western Europe, May 1940; note shark mouth markingGerman Bf 110 fighters, Western Europe, May 1940; note shark mouth markingsGerman Ju 52 aircraft flying over the crash site of a German Bf 110 fighter, near Oslo and Fornebu, Norway, 1940Pilot of a German Bf 110 aircraft in flight, May 1940
German pilot Oberleutnant Theodor Rossiwall preparing to enter his Bf 110 fighter, western France, summer 1940German pilots Major Johann Schalk and Oberleutnant Theodor Rossiwal speaking in front of a Bf 110 fighter, western France, summer 1940Messerschmitt Bf110 fighter of Zerstörergeschwader 76 heavy fighter squadron over the English Channel, Aug 1940. These were the first fighters with the shark’s mouth that inspired the RAF in Africa and the AVG in China.German Me 110 aircraft of ZG 26
German pilot Oberleutnant Theodor Rossiwall preparing to enter his Bf 110 fighter, western France, summer 1940German pilots Major Johann Schalk and Oberleutnant Theodor Rossiwal speaking in front of a Bf 110 fighter, western France, summer 1940Messerschmitt Bf110 fighter of Zerstörergeschwader 76 heavy fighter squadron over the English Channel, Aug 1940. These were the first fighters with the shark’s mouth that inspired the RAF in Africa and the AVG in China.German Me 110 aircraft of ZG 26 'Horst Wessel' refueling in France, Oct 1940
View from the gunner seat of a Bf 110 aircraft while the aircraft was in flight over France, Nov 1940Captured German Bf 110 C-4 aircraft at RAF Duxford, England, United Kingdom, 1941, as seen in publication US Navy Naval Aviation News dated 13 Dec 1943German Bf 110 aircraft in flight, date unknownGerman Bf 110 fighter at rest at an airfield in Greece, 1941
View from the gunner seat of a Bf 110 aircraft while the aircraft was in flight over France, Nov 1940Captured German Bf 110 C-4 aircraft at RAF Duxford, England, United Kingdom, 1941, as seen in publication US Navy Naval Aviation News dated 13 Dec 1943German Bf 110 aircraft in flight, date unknownGerman Bf 110 fighter at rest at an airfield in Greece, 1941
Italian G.50 Freccia fighter and German Bf 110 fighter of Zerstörergeschwader 26 in flight, North Africa, 1941Bf 110 aircraft of German Night Fighter Wing 3 in flight over North Africa, Apr 1941, photo 1 of 2Bf 110 aircraft of German Night Fighter Wing 3 in flight over North Africa, Apr 1941, photo 2 of 2The wreckage of Rudolf Heß
Italian G.50 Freccia fighter and German Bf 110 fighter of Zerstörergeschwader 26 in flight, North Africa, 1941Bf 110 aircraft of German Night Fighter Wing 3 in flight over North Africa, Apr 1941, photo 1 of 2Bf 110 aircraft of German Night Fighter Wing 3 in flight over North Africa, Apr 1941, photo 2 of 2The wreckage of Rudolf Heß's Bf 110 D aircraft, Bonnyton Moor, Scotland, United Kingdom, 10 May 1941
Bf 110 in flight, date unknownCaptured German Bf 110 C-4 aircraft in flight over RAF Duxford, England, United Kingdom, 1941-1942, as seen in publication US Navy Naval Aviation News dated 13 Dec 1943Captured German Bf 110 G-4 night fighter at rest, Britain, date unknownGerman Bf 110 night fighter aircraft in flight over Germany, 1942, photo 1 of 3
Bf 110 in flight, date unknownCaptured German Bf 110 C-4 aircraft in flight over RAF Duxford, England, United Kingdom, 1941-1942, as seen in publication US Navy Naval Aviation News dated 13 Dec 1943Captured German Bf 110 G-4 night fighter at rest, Britain, date unknownGerman Bf 110 night fighter aircraft in flight over Germany, 1942, photo 1 of 3

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