The airborne confrontations in World War 2 were some of the largest and memorable in the history of aviation – far more so than the fairly minor impact that aircrafts had on World War 1.
. Aircraft used for multiple roles are generally only listed under their primary role unless specialized versions were built for other roles.
The Axis forces (Germany and Japan) launched with heavy air strike campaigns and early on during WW2 they overran Denmark and Holland.
Combined strikes using bombers and fighters for the Axis forces (particularly Germany) used very capable and advanced aircraft that. Two of the more popular and commonly used Axis planes in WW2 were.