Talk about the supermarines today, or in the history, Like what aircrafts they developed, and tell about some of them, like the messerschmitt bf 109.
Well the firs model spit had a 2-blade wood prop and very little armament, the next model, the mk1a, had a 3 blade prop and 2 cannons,mk1b had the same thing except was a little tougher. The last model was the clipped wing 4-blader, with 8 machine guns, very popular at the later years of the battle of britian
A few corrections to the Fw190's post.... early Spitfires had the two-blade wooden prop but starting with the 78th plane all Spits had the three-blade De Havilland propeller attached. Also there were replaced all early props by the time the BoB began. The changing gave Spitfire the speed increasing at about 8km/h and better parameters during taking off and landing. Concerning very little armament.... Mk.I or Mk.IA was armed with 8x 7.7mm machines guns but never carried 2 cannons. The Mk.IB was the type that was armed with 4xMGs and 2x20mm cannons. The 8 MGs provided Spitfire a very good fire power at that time. Most of Spitfire contemporary fighter machines was equipped with 2-4 MGs at the same time. So I wouldn't say the Spitfire armament was insufficient.
As far as the last model of Spitfire is concerned.... the clipped wing appaeard with Mk.III and then was used with Mk.V and other later variants. Although the armament of 8 MGs still was used with the Mk.VA type, the Mk.VB up to Spitfire Mk.IX were armed with 4x 7.7mm MGs and 2x 20mm cannons. The four-blade propeller appaered with Mk.IX series. The Spitfire Mk.V was intruduced assembling lines in 1941. And it was after the Battle of Britain. Initially the early Spits Mk.V were modified MK.IBs that were sent from squadrons to Hucknall factory for the conversion. By the mid of 1941 all Mk.IB were modified into Mk.V