German ace fighter pilot, Werner Molders, leads squadron of Bf-109 (Me-109) aircraft on a mission
Germany Date:1940 Duration:2 min 19 sec Sound:Yes
Street sign refers to public transport connection to Germany that runs daily until the end of the war. A dirt airfield. Ground crews load belt ammunition into boxes near Bf-109 (Me-109) aircraft on which mechanics are working. Ground crew refuels an aircraft. Famous German fighter pilot ace, Werner Molders, is assisted as he changes into flight clothes and climbs into the cockpit of his Bf-109 airplane. (Tail of his airplane shows 42 painted marks, representing aerial victories.) Crew chief stands on wing and cranks engine. Molders taxis out and takes off. Formation of Bf-109s in flight and over coastal waters. View from cockpit as German plane dives to attack allied ship in water.
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