The Airplane Ripped to Shreds By the Luftwaffe

Airplane Ripped to Shreds

The British Bristol Blenheim medium bomber emerged from the world’s fastest commercial airliner of the 1930s: the Bristol Type 142. Configured for use by the Royal Air Force, the Blenheim spammed several variants, one of which was a night fighter bomber.Armed with either three Vickers or three Browning machine guns and a bombload of over 1,000 pounds, the Blenheim proved especially reliable during the first years of World War 2 thanks to its incredible speed of over 2,867 miles per hour.From the Battle of France to the heroic defense of Britain, the Blenheim was always ready to serve the king and the country until the Third Reich was eradica


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