A test flight in which it is seen decorated with British roundels

A curious footage of a German fighter Messerschmitt Bf-109 captured by the RAF

During World War II, both sides captured enemy fighters and decorated them with their respective insignia.

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An example of this is this German Messerschmitt Bf-109G fighter captured and painted with British roundels, in a test flight carried out by the Royal Air Force (RAF). It appears in a film from the Imperial War Museum in the United Kingdom:

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