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Added in February 2014

2014-02-10

Supermarine Spitfires of No. 111 Squadron RAF undergoing maintenance at Comiso, Sicily in the summer of 1943. ‘JU-R’ in the foreground is a Mark ...

Added during 2013

2013-09-16

This picture gives a good idea about the capacity of the Spitfire cannon armament. It is the Spitfire Mk. Vc (C-wing) cannon bay showing the clockwork drum ...

2013-09-03

Here is one othe many official war corespondent photographs that documented the Allied landings in Morocco and Algieria. Initiated by the operation “Torch”, this ...

2013-04-24

Supermarine Spitfire Mk. Vb serial no. AA936. Probably an official photograph. Produced in October 1941, AA936 was one of the early series Mk. Vs ...

2013-04-23

Matthew Emeny is a professional artist from Suffolk, UK who sent us this sample of his recent work. The painting shows Supermarine Spitfire LF.Mk.Vb ...

Added during 2012

2012-07-24

Castle Bromwich Aeroplane Factory, of CBAF in short, was the largest aircraft production plant in the wartime Britain, and had become the main manufacturing ...

2012-07-03

After the Battle of Britain, most of the German Luftwaffe formations were withdrawn leaving only two units to defend the Kanalfront. JG26 “Schlageter” and ...

2012-02-22

A few weeks ago I was pleasantly surprised to receive an email containing a unique photos of various Spitfires. You can image my surprise when I found out that these were sent personally by one of the surviving Battle of Britain pilots...

2012-02-11

Desperately in need of modern fighters, France took a keen interest in the Spitfire as early as 1939. A single Spitfire Mk I was ...

2012-02-10

Vladimir Urbanek sent us his brand new drawing entitled “RAF Duty”, showing another Spitfire of No. 312 (Czechoslovak) Squadron. The scene depicts one of ...