Starting with a Spitfire is pure evil Peter
And there were Tiger Moths later on.
Then that aerobatic glider (something I've yet to see in real life dammit).
Great display. Those wing walkers are seriously brave.
It's been a few years since I've been able to get to an air display, but I'm pretty sure we don't get quite that variety except in the eastern states. You are soooo lucky.
One thing I've been pleased to see on recent internet videos are the German WW2 fighters. Yes, I know the Germans were the 'baddies' but that's no reason to ignore the machines they gave to the world's history.
Land or air (sea is a bit problematic I guess, not many people restoring battleships or U-boats), I think it's appropriate to restore and remember the kit that was used, by all sides.
That's not to ignore the behaviour of some of the people involved - some were heroes, some were pure evil, there's no need to laud evil. The machines themselves are different and allow us to reach across political divides.
Ironically, as I type this, there's a show on telebox about the Christmas football matches on the Western Front in 2014 where soldiers on both sides defied their superiors, met on no-man's land and played football (the Germans won apparently).
But point me at an aeroplane and I get all sooky. I'm marginally better when it comes to Ferraris or (sorry) MGs. Learning to love Fiats again. I owned a 128 Sport in the 80s and one of our trips included a Siamese cat and a trip from Adelaide to Sydney to Brisbane and back to Adelaide again - said Siamese used to lie across the dashboard with the heater blowing onto his tummy with his head hanging over the edge where he could watch the speedo needle flicking (because a steady needle was a thing of fantasy).