Leo Determann
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Heinkel He fighter (prototype). At least one of these aircraft was provided to the Soviet Union by Germany for evaluation in (Deutsches Bundeswehr Photos)

Fokker D.XXIII (X-4) (1939) The Fokker D.XXIII was a Dutch single-seat fighter designed and built by Fokker. Only one aircraft was flown before the country was invaded by the Germans in May 1940

Fokker D.XXIII - The Fokker D.XXIII was a Dutch single-seat fighter designed and built by Fokker. Only one aircraft was flown before the country was invaded by the Germans in May

1940 Battle of England; Hawker Hurricane

Royal Air Force ace Albert Gerald Lewis DFC, of 85 Squadron, climbs out of his plane after an air battle in the skies over England - Battle of Britain - 1940

Unknown female RAF pilot.

Maureen Adele Chase Dunlop de Popp October 1920 – 29 May née Dunlop, was an Anglo-Argentine pilot who flew for the British Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA) during World War II, and became notable as a pin-up on the cover of the Picture Post magazine.

Wing Commander W G G Duncan-Smith, Wing Commander Flying, No. 244 Wing RAF, with "Bonzo", a bulldog mascot of one of the squadrons of the Wing, standing by his personal communications aircraft, a commandeered Italian Saiman 202, at Tortorella, Italy.

CNA Wing Commander W G G Duncan-Smith Wing Commander Flying No. 244 Wing RAF with "Bonzo" a bulldog mascot of one of the squadrons of the Wing standing by his personal communications aircraft a commandeered Italian Saiman 202 at Tortorella Italy

Last of the Few- page 6 |  An RAF sergeant assists pilot Chesley Peterson, Eagle Squadron, in securing his parachute before entering a Hawker Hurricane.    Read more: http://www.airspacemag.com/military-aviation/last-of-the-few-23175715/#elcItdCBgsOwzSVf.99

An RAF sergeant assists pilot Chesley Peterson, Eagle Squadron, in securing his parachute before entering a Hawker Hurricane.

The crew of an Armstrong-Whitworth Whitley of Coastal Command, which had come down in the Atlantic, being rescued by a Short Sunderland of No. 10 Squadron RAAF. The six crew are clambering into the Sunderland from a two-man dinghy, which they were forced to use after their main dinghy failed to function. The photograph was taken from the wing of the Sunderland by one of its crew.

CH The crew of an Armstrong-Whitworth Whitley of Coastal Command which had come down in the Atlantic being rescued by a Short Sunderland of No