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A Junkers and a single British fighter collide over the Cotwolds, Gloucester on 25th July, 1940.
An artistic historian has reconstructed hundreds of Battle of Britain aircraft losses in accurate drawings after spending years travelling the English countryside researching the wartime events.
Dennis Knight visited villages where stricken RAF and Luftwaffe planes met their end and tracked down surviving eye-witnesses to get first hand accounts of the incidents.
The 85 year old combined the testimonies and local records to help him accurately recreate the downfall of hundreds of World War Two bombers and fighter planes in his colourful drawings.