The first planes on this page are, appropriately in my opinion, a pair of Messerschmitt 109s.
Both are a-typical for my collection, in that they are in 1/48 scale.
The grey fighter was built in my early teens at my paternal grandparents' place on the other side of town. I used to drag my toolbox along occasionally when I went there. The kit was made by Fujimi, and ever since this one I've held that brand in high regard. It is one of the few successful attempts at airbrushing I made back then. Unable to get my hands on good masking tape (the only stuff I had would tear the underlying paint right off along with the tape), I experimented with using vaseline as a masking agent. Up to some extent that worked, but the problem was that the paint that hit the vaseline didn't dry, and tended to get smeared onto the previously masked areas when wiping it off.
The green plane is a Revell kit. It does not have a story to tell.
I also built a number of Me-109s in my preferred 1/72 scale. The survivors are shown below. The top two are Airfix kits, the Roumanian plane at the bottom is a Matchbox kit. The Matchbox kit is one of large number of kits I built at my maternal grandparents' home. They lived practically next door to us, and something like half the kits I built before starting university must have been built at their place. That should give you some idea of the amount of time I spent there. Part of my stash of kits (yes, even then) was at their place.
The final German planes are a Matchbox Stuka, an Revell FW-190, a Revell Salamander and a Heller He-112.
Germany wasn't the only megalomaniacracy to produce aircraft, Japan and Itali were in the game as well. Here we have a Matchbox Zero, an Airfix Fiat G50, and an Airfix Val and Dinah.