The Spitfire Site is a Internet publication intended to be an online resource library about the Supermarine Spitfire and a meeting place for Spitfire enthusiasts. There can be no doubt that the Supermarine Spitfire was one of the most outstanding World War Two aircraft; even today it is regarded as Britain’s finest aeroplane of all time.
We take great care in respecting others’ copyrights and expect you to do the same when using material published herein. All material within this site is protected under copyright, and may only be reproduced for personal use.
This site or any portion of this site may not be reproduced, duplicated, copied, sold, resold or otherwise exploited for any commercial purpose without express written consent of the publisher or the respective copyright holder.
The layout, script, html and css code of this site constitute copyrighted work of the Spitfire Site and its staff.
Selected articles and forum posts at this site are submitted voluntarily on a community basis. As a general rule, the copyright of each individual work remains with its author. You must contact the author or editor for permission to use any material on this site for any purpose other than private use.
Please keep in mind that the copyright of images accompanying an article may differ from the copyright of the article itself.
Creative Commons and Public Domain
Selected articles and resources marked as [Creative Commons] have been incorporated here based on Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial License, in each particular case issued by the copyright holder of the work in question.
More information can be found at creativecommons.org
Linking to this site
You do not need to obtain special permission to link to our site. Just go ahead and do it!