The German Luftwaffe entered World War II in September 1939, employing as its main day fighter the Messerschmitt BF-109, one of the classic fighter aircraft designs of all time. When war broke out, it was already riding high on a reputation derived from its successful blooding in the Spanish Civil War. 1941 saw the introduction of the Focke Wolf FW-190 over the English Channel. Its superiority over the Spitfire Mk. V saw it rapidly become the Luftwaffe fighter arms second iron and was to play a major role in the widening conflict from 1941 onwards. This programme covers the operations of the BF-109 in its role on all fronts, to 1942 and the early missions by the FW-190 over France and the English Channel.
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Publication date: 01/11/2013
Country of publication: AUSTRALIA
Weight: 160 g
Dimensions: 150mm X 150mm