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Myśliwce Supermarine Spitfire w czasie II wojny światowej (10)

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The British Supermarine 'Spitfire' which made it's name in the Battle of Britain in 1940, and throughout the Second World War. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Italy, The Balkans And South-east Europe, 1942-1945, Supermarine Spitfire Mark VCs of No. 2 Squadron SAAF based at Palata, Italy, flying in loose line astern formation over the Adriatic Sea while on a bombing mission to the Sangro River battlefront, 30 November 1943. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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The British Army In The Normandy Campaign 1944, Sherman tanks move up past a crash-landed Spitfire, for an attack on Tilly-sur-Seulles. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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German soldiers sit on P9374 on Calais beach in 1940. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Flying Officer Leonard 'Ace' Haines of No. 19 Squadron on his Supermarine Spitfire Mk I at Fowlmere near Duxford, September 1940. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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A Supermarine Spitfire Vc 'Tropical' JK707 MX-P serving with 307th Fighter Squadron, 31st Fighter Group operated by 12th USAAF. The regular pilot was 1st.Lt. Carroll A. Prybylo, but when lost it was flown by Capt. Virgil Cephus Fields, Jr. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Squadron Leader Douglas Bader (centre) and fellow pilots of No. 242 Squadron, Flight Lieutenant Eric Ball and Pilot Officer Willie McKnight, admire the nose art on Bader's Hawker Hurricane at Duxford, October 1940. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Fitting the beautiful Merlin engine into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com
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Royal Air Force Fighter Command, 1939-1945, A flight of Supermarine Spitfire Mark VBs of No. 122 Squadron RAF takes off from Hornchurch, Essex, for a fighter sweep over France, viewed from the watch tower, May 1942. STRIKING images of the Supermarine Spitfires that helped Britain win World War Two have been brought into the twenty-first century after being expertly colourised. The stunning shots show a Merlin engine being fitted into a Spitfire at CBAF Castle Bromwich Aircraft Factory, Spitfires taking off from an air field and Spitfires in flight formation while on a bombing mission. Other incredible pictures show a downed US Spitfire that had crash landed, German soldiers sitting on a downed plane on Calais beach and pilots admiring the nose art on one of the fighter jets. The vivid photographs were painstakingly colourised by design engineers Paul Reynolds (48) from Birmingham, UK. Paul Reynolds / mediadrumworld.com

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