For the Fatherland
Bf.109K-4 Kurfürst
Meßerschmitt Bf.109K-4 Kurfürst
By 1944 the Gustav had become both slow and heavy, which combined with poor pilot training to create ever higher fighter losses. Additionally, the dispersal of the German aircraft industry…
Bf.109F-4 Friedrich
Meßerschmitt Bf.109F-4/B Friedrich
Early in 1940 the Augsburg Messerschmitt factory began work on improving the aerodynamic shape and streamlining of the design in order to obtain maximum performance. Four prototypes were built from…
Focke-Wulf Ta-152H-1
With it becoming increasingly obvious that high-altitudes were the domain of air combat in Europe, the Focke-Wulf and Messerschmitt companies were asked in late 1942 to submit proposals for a…
FW-190D-9 Dora
Focke-Wulf FW-190D-9 Dora
A-series production was in full swing in 1942 when it was decided to find a solution to the Wurger’s poor high-altitude performance. The GM-1 nitrous system was able to boost…
FW-190A-4 Würger
Focke-Wulf FW-190A-4/U3 Würger
The Luftwaffe had barely begun receiving their new Bf-109Bs when discussions about a possible successor started appearing. Many in the Luftwaffe hierarchy felt such a project would be a waste…



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