RAF 21Sqn crew stand next to their Bristol Blenheim Mk4 YH-D (photo by Robert Cappa)

RAF crew stand next to their Bristol Blenheim YH-D (photo by Robert Cappa)

Bristol Blenheim

RAF Bristol Blenheim A mechanic signals for take-off to an Allied pilot before a raid over Occupied France, England, 1941 photo by Robert Cappa

RAF Watton. The crew of a 21Sqn Bristol Blenheim dismount their aircraft photo by Robert Cappa

An RAF flight crew waits for their Blenheim bomber to be prepared to take off//Robert Capa

Blenheim crash. RAF Watton 1941.

Blenheim aircraft of 21 Squadron RAF. Lost one propeller and it's undercarriage to heavy anti-aircraft fire over France during a raid. It's crew escaped safely, before it caught fire after belly-landing back at it's base at Watton, Norfolk, England - 1941

Цветные фотографии Второй мировой Роберта Капы

RAF Bristol Blenheim A mechanic signals for take-off to an Allied pilot before a raid over Occupied France, England, 1941 photo by Robert Cappa

a Line-up of Blenheims at Singapore in April 1941..

In American photographer Carl Mydans visited Singapore and captured a lot of photos of military. Here's a selection of colour photos of Singapore military in

RAF firefighters are quick to put out an engine fire on this Bristol Blenheim.

RAF firefighters are quick to put out an engine fire on this Bristol Blenheim.

Bristol Blenheim | by Etiennedup

RAF flight crew disembarking, after a mission against German shipping along the Dutch coast - Squadron RAF, Watton, East Anglia, England - 18 August 1941

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