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American soldiers examine the wreckage of a British Spitfire which crashed near Anzio in Italy. The "Attrezzeria" building, which is a tool shop, may be the building onto which the plane crashed (January 30, 1944).

American soldiers examine the wreckage of a British Spitfire which crashed near Anzio in Italy. The "Attrezzeria" building, which is a tool shop, may be the building onto which the plane crashed (January

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Spitfire of the US 307th Fighter Squadron at Paestum, Italy after being accidentally shot down by American anti-aircraft gunners. Pilot uninjured. Oct 1943.

Spitfire of the US Fighter Squadron at Paestum, Italy after being accidentally shot down by American anti-aircraft gunners days earlier, pilot uninjured.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 68175)   Supermarine N.1B Baby single-seat fighter flyingboat. Serial number N59.

SUPERMARINE "Baby" (Sn British Royal Flying Corp (Single Seat Biplane Amphibian Fighter) Prototype - Had a Max Speed of 116 mph with a Ceiling of and an Endurance of 3 Hours - 1 Built

On board a British Pacific fleet carrier operating against the Japanese. Lieutenant Commander (A) Freddy Charlton, British Fleet Air Arm pilot, had a remarkable escape when the long-range petrol tank of his Chance-Vought Corsair fighter burst into flames (seen here) as he landed on the deck of the aircraft carrier. Both pilot and plane escaped damage.

The long-range petrol tank of a Chance-Vought Corsair bursting into flames after landing on the deck; the pilot, Lt. Freddy Charlton escaped without injury.

it's a Typhoon from No 182 Squadron. The picture was taken between January, 1945, when the Sky fuselage band was deleted, the black spinner was introduced, and the Type C1 upper wing roundel was introduced, and September 1945, when No 182 Squadron was disbanded.

it's a Typhoon from No 182 Squadron. The picture was taken between January, when the Sky fuselage band was deleted, the black spinner was introduced, and the Type upper wing roundel was introduced, and September when No 182 Squadron was disbanded.

Villagers from Humbie, in East Lothian, gather to inspect the wreckage of a Luftwaffe Heinkel He111 (1939)

A large crowd gathers around a downed German Heinkel He 111 bomber near the village of Humbie. The Heinkel was the first Luftwaffe aircraft to be brought down on British soil during the war.

Bing, the dog of war who parachuted into France to become a D-Day hero.  He was one of the first dogs to be dropped behind enemy lines with  British paratroopers. From the moment the two-year-old Alsatian-collie cross put his paws on Normandy soil (albeit after a tangle with a tree) he was ready for action.

Bing, the dog of war who parachuted into France to become a D-Day hero

Canine hero Bing, a Collie and Alsatian cross, was a paradog (parachuting dog) who was awarded the Dickens Medal, the animal equivalent of the Victoria Cross.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR. Sopwith Triplane Royal Naval Air Service prototype single seat flying scout at St Pol, June 1916. Serial number N500.

Sopwith Triplane prototype single seat flying scout at St Pol, June Serial number

Q 68263  B.E.12b single-seat general purpose biplane. Used for Home Defence duties.

Q Cockpit of a Royal Aircraft Factory biplane. Aircraft exhibited in the Imperial War Museum.

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