This DVD covers the role of the Messerschmitt BF-109 and the introduction of the Focke Wolf FW-190 as the latter demonstrates its superiority over the Spitfire Mark 5 in missions over France and the English Channel.
This volume of WWII military history examines the role of the Messerschmitt BF-109, one of the German Luftwaffe's most prominent and important aircrafts. The standard single-seat plane was, for the first three years of the war, able to outfight or outrun virtually any opposition. This documentary also takes a look at the Focke Wolf FW-190 and explains its superiority to the Spitfire Mark 5--an advantage that was demonstrated in countless missions over France and the English Channel.
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