Meschersmitt ME 110 fighter bomber brought down Art Print
As a long range escort fighter the Bf 110C received a disastrous mauling at the hands of the R.A.F. during the Battle Of Britain. Rather than protecting the bombers under escort the 110 formations usually found that they were hard pressed to defend themselves. The plane was too slow and not manouverable enough to compete with the R.A.F's Hurricanes and Spitires. Rudolf Hess crashed in a ME 110 in Scotland in 1941 on his way to attempt to get Britain to enter into a peace agreement. He did this on his own initiative. Unfortunately for him he was captured and spent the rest of the war in jail.
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