Red Army Soldiers inspect the downed by ground fire and crash-landed German Messerschmitt fighter Bf.109F2 (from Squadron 3/JG3). To the west of Kiev, Ukraine, July 1941.
Messerschmitt Bf.109 (traditional for the Soviet Union erroneous spelling of the Me-109) – a single-engine piston fighter standing on the Luftwaffe and the Air Force in different countries for about 30 years. Messerschmitt bf 109 f Depending on the modification was used as a fighter interceptor, high-altitude fighter, fighter-bomber, reconnaissance aircraft. Messerschmitt bf 109 is the main fighter of the Luftwaffe during the Second World War.
Time taken: July 1941