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October, 1940, at London docks.  It is the end of the Battle of Britain , and the Luftwaffe are trying to entice the RAF, who by now are only responding to bombers, not fighter sweeps.  The "Jabo", or fighter-bomber is born.  Shown is Hans Ekkerhard Bob (60 victyories) attacking dock installations in this dramatic portrayal of one of the Luftwaffe's very first surprise attacks with the Jabo.  After fropping the bombs, the '109's revert back to their fighter role.
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