WW2 RAF Bristol Blenheim was a medium bomber that served world wide. Over Britain it also served as a night fighter and by Coastal Command against U-Boats.

WWII RAF Bristol Blenheim was a medium bomber that served world wide. Over Britain it also served as a night fighter and by Coastal Command against U-Boats.

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Robert Capa's Unpublished Colour Photographs, England 1941

A mechanic signals for takeoff to an Allied pilot before a raid over Occupied France, England, Robert Capa—International Center of Photography/Magnum Photos

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The Bristol Blenheim was conceived as a high speed passenger aircraft, but became a light bomber and entered service with the RAF in It was .

The first RAF aircraft to fly over Germany during WW2 did so on the day war was declared, 3 September 1939: Blenheim IV serial number N6215 of No 139 Squadron carried out an armed reconnaissance over the port of Wilhelmshaven.

The first RAF aircraft to fly over Germany during did so on the day war was declared, 3 September Blenheim IV serial number of No 139 Squadron carried out an armed reconnaissance over the port of Wilhelmshaven.

Bristol Blenheim IV Bomber Plane

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