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When the Luftwaffe entered World War 2, its nightfighter force was virtually nonexistent thanks to its leader, Reichmarschall Hermann Göring, who boasted that bombs would never fall on Germany. 

By mid-1940 his folly was evident; the first night fighter wing was hastily formed with Bf...read more

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 Lieutenant) January 22, 2017

In spite of the Me-110s early obsolescence as a day air superiority fighter, the aircraft soldiered on throughout the Second World War. In particular, the Me-110 served as a highly effective night fighter and also saw extensive duty as a ground attack fighter-bomber.

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They are displayed at the RAF Museum in London and at the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin. They are the Bf110F-2 Werknummer 5052 (Berlin) and the Bf110G-4/R6 Werknummer 730301 (London).

1) BF110F-2 Wk Nr 5052, display at the Deutsches Technikmuseum in Berlin, served as...read more

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On 12 May 1936, Rudolf Opitz flew the first Bf 110 out of Augsburg. But, as many pre-war designs found, the engine technologies promised were not up to acceptable reliability standards. 

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A las 17:45 horas del 10 de mayo de 1941, un Messerschmitt Bf100 con matrícula BJ-OQ despega desde el Aeropuerto de Augsburgo con destino desconocido. A bordo una sola persona, el Secretario Personal de Adolf Hitler y Reichsleiter, Rudolf Hess.

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 Lieutenant) February 11, 2015

"Summary: German film showing Stukas, JU-88's, ME-109's, ME-110's in aerial action. MS: Scenic view. CU: German fueling Stuka. German on wing of Stuka. German unloading box from truck. German carrying box. German EM pushing bomb on carriage. German EM bombing up Stuka. German pilot climbs into...read more

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 HQ Comando Supremo) July 11, 2014
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A German twin propelled Messerschmitt BF 110 bomber, nicknamed "Fliegender Haifisch" (Flying Shark), over the English Channel, in August of 1940.

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