German Luftwaffe bombers drop bombs over England during the Blitz of World War II.
England Date:1940 Duration:4 min 21 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German Luftwaffe aircraft bomb England in the Battle of Britain during World War II. German Luftwaffe He-111 bombers in flight. Pilots and gunners in the aircraft. Interior views of cockpit and crew in German He-111 aircraft. Aerial views of the formation of bomber aircraft in flight through clouds and approaching the British coast for a daylight raid. A co-pilot charts the route using a compass. Pilot is seen putting on an oxygen mask with assistance from another crew member as the bombers climb to high altitude. Gunners in their positions. Views of target zone approaching as seen from point of view of German bomber crew members in daytime. Pilot, navigator, gunner prepare for the attack. Aerial view of the target area. The Germans experience FLAK from British antiaircraft guns. Flak bursts near aircraft as seen from inside the German aircraft. "Bombs away" aerial views from the side, and from inside the German aircraft. Bombs descend on the targets. Scene shifts to bombardment at night. The German crew in the aircraft. Using search lights and antiaircraft guns, British attempt to hit the bombers. Multiple views of crew inside He-111 bombers from various angles, including behind nose gunner and bombardier. Flashes and explosions seen on the ground as bombs hit targets in Britain during blitzkrieg, or blitz attack.
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