A Spitfire pilot of the South African air force conferring with his Number 2, Tunisia, 1943.
A Spitfire in flight over England, 1939-1945
Three Spitfires flying in formation over Essex, 1939-1945.
Spitfires of the Royal Canadian Air Force in Tunisia, 1943.
An RCAF Spitfire pilot preparing for take-off, Tunisia, 1943
Royal Canadian Air Force Spitfires flying over the Tunisian desert, 1943
Start-up of a Spitfire named 'The Flying Scotsman', paid for by donations from LNER personnel ('The Flying Scotsman,', of course, being the name of a well-known train, at the time run by LNER). England, 1942.
A crashed RCAF Spitfire being dismembered for parts, Tunisia, 1943.
RAF Spitfires flying past Mount Vesuvius, Italy, 1944.
The personal Spitfire of Air Vice Marshal Keith Park, Commanding Air Officer of Malta, as he prepares for a ceremonial take-off to inaugurate Malta's new aerodrome at Safi, 1943.
Re-fueling and bullet-replenishing of a Spitfire, England, 1939-1945.
RAF pilots in front of a Spitfire, England, 1939-1945.
RAF Spitfires banking over Tunisia during a sortie, 1943
A Spitfire in flight over the English coast.