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Royal Air Force Museum London - Milestones of Flight - Me-262
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The Milestones of Flight Colection: Messerschimitt Me-262 Swalbe, (the green with number 4) was the first German Jet Fighter during the World War II.

The DeHaviland Mosquito (738 in his wing) was known as The Wooden Wonder becouse was made with shapes of plywood, was one of the most versatile plane used by the Britishs during the WW2.

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