German Night Flyers of WW2
The concept of a long range, fast, heavy fighter, or ‘Zerstorer’ (destroyer) lay close to the heart of Hermann Goering during the early years of the growth of the new German air force.The chosen design came out of the Messerschmitt stable, the first prototype of the Bf–110 taking to the air in 1936. Although fast, the size of the Bf–110 left it unable to dog fight with the more nimble RAF fighters, and was revamped for further employment as a night fighter, serving alongside other types.
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