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It used the Mk VIII for a rather short time (Aug to Nov) before getting the basic IXs. During this period it was based in Southern France and later Middle/Eastern Italy-un-edited-Not part of my personal collection

Всемирная история / гл. ред. Жуков, в 10 тт., Т. 11 (дополнительный), в печатном виде (НБУВ).

Всемирная история / гл. ред. Жуков, в 10 тт., Т. 11 (дополнительный), в печатном виде (НБУВ).

Всемирная история / гл. ред. Жуков, в 10 тт., Т. 12 (дополнительный), в печатном виде (НБУВ).

Всемирная история / гл. ред. Жуков, в 10 тт., Т. 12 (дополнительный), в печатном виде (НБУВ).

Всемирная история / гл. ред. Жуков, в 10 тт., Т. 13 (дополнительный), в печатном виде (НБУВ).

Всемирная история / гл. ред. Жуков, в 10 тт., Т. 13 (дополнительный), в печатном виде (НБУВ).

Focke Wulf Fw-190A6 General der Jagdflieger white 2 Adolf Galland 1943

Focke Wulf Fw-190A6 General der Jagdflieger white 2 Adolf Galland 1943

A poster series created by http://librarylydia.tumblr.com for a Music Appreciation class. From The Middle Ages through the 20th Century.

A poster series created by http://librarylydia.tumblr.com for a Music Appreciation class. From The Middle Ages through the 20th Century.

Spitfire & Fw 190 by James Baldwin :: Spitfire BS 451 of 303 squadron was being flown by Flt Sgt Chudek on 17 August 1943 and was used to startling effect when he downed TWO Fw 190s. The Fw 190 in the image is attempting the classic roll and dive that was its trade mark manoeuvre but on this occasion it was too late. The sense of the claustrophobia that was often talked about by combat pilots who spoke of large empty skies suddenly becoming filled for a couple of intense and hectic minutes.

Spitfire & Fw 190 by James Baldwin :: Spitfire BS 451 of 303 squadron was being flown by Flt Sgt Chudek on 17 August 1943 and was used to startling effect when he downed TWO Fw 190s. The Fw 190 in the image is attempting the classic roll and dive that was its trade mark manoeuvre but on this occasion it was too late. The sense of the claustrophobia that was often talked about by combat pilots who spoke of large empty skies suddenly becoming filled for a couple of intense and hectic minutes.

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