Websites like Military Factory, World War 2 Planes and World War 2 Database feature photographs of aircraft used by all countries during World War II. The websites typically divide aircraft by nationality, years used in the war, type of aircraft or manufacturer.
Military Factory, for example, provides an alphabetical list that notes the nationality, year of service and a thumbnail photograph of different aircraft. The name of the aircraft on this website is a hyperlink that navigates to an informative page. Clicking on the link for the Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, for example, provides a link to 30 pictures of the American heavy bomber used extensively throughout the conflict.
World War 2 Planes, in contrast, provides links only on the main Web page to the aircraft used by German, British, Italian, Japanese, American and Russian forces. Clicking on a link navigates to a page of aircraft pictures, which is navigable further to informative articles about each plane. Ace Pilots follows the design style of World War 2 Planes, categorizing the major aircraft of World War II by nationality.
World War 2 Database follows a different organizational structure, initially classifying aircraft by combat roles: fighters, bombers and attack aircraft, and others, such as transports, spotters and flying boats.