German fighter planes and antiaircraft battery engage British aircraft over France during World War 2
France Date:1942 Duration:1 min 36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
German air defense forces scramble to intercept British aircraft during World War II. German anti aircraft gunners are alerted and run to man their battery of 12.8cm FLAK 40 guns. Fw-190A fighters take off to engage British aircraft. Glimpse of German pilot in his cockpit. An Me-410 heavy fighter, with cross on its fuselage, seen ahead through his cockpit window. Aircraft maneuvering in dog fights at high altitude, generating condensation trails. Another glimpse of a German pilot in his cockpit. Aircraft falling in pieces. An Aircraft falls trailing smoke. German gun crew cheering. More fighter aircraft leaving contrails. German gun crew watching the skies. A German Me-109 in flight. Partial view through German aircraft cockpit window of another aircraft in flight, ahead. Scene shifts to flaming wreckage of a British warplane on the ground. A German officer speaking to a British RAF pilot, near the wreckage. He gives the pilot a document. German soldiers surround a parachute billowing on the ground. Scene shifts back to the RAF pilot looking through the aircraft wreckage. He wears sun glasses and a bandage can be seen on his left eye. An armed German soldier guard now stands with him.
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