NO 25. The Messerschmitt 109E was a single-seater fighter with a 20 m.m. cannon firing through the airscrew hub, two .312 inch machine-guns in the wings, and two more in troughs on top of the engine cowling
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the Hurricane and Spitfire, shown here in action – the Germans retired hurt to the tune of 2,375 aircraft known to have been destroyed. Such was the Battle of Britain in 1940. Future historians may compare it with the Armada, Trafalgar and Waterloo. The famous Spitfire Mark II in its wartime colouring. Over 22,000 Spitfires were built in thirty-three different variations (Including the Sea Fire version).
Each selected pair has been twined to give a pleasing picture to be displayed with an A4 or A3 printed size, large enough to read the small Eagle Centrespread text.