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MS.406 C1 Unit: EC 1/565, Armee de l'Air de Vichy Serial: L-834 (N842) Pilot – Lt.Laurant. Madagascar, May 1942.

MS.406 C1 Unit: EC 1/565, Armee de l'Air de Vichy Serial: L-834 (N842) Pilot – Lt.Laurant. Madagascar, May 1942.

Archangel Michael by Dragan Jovanovic

Archangel Michael by Dragan Jovanovic

Antoniazzo Romano_Madonna_Velletri_Museo Diocesano_1483

Antoniazzo Romano_Madonna_Velletri_Museo Diocesano_1483

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Bloch MB 152 by Shigeo Koike

Bloch MB 152 by Shigeo Koike

Bloch MB 152 by Shigeo Koike

Bloch MB 152 by Shigeo Koike

The Red Coat

The Red Coat

late roman armour - Google Search

late roman armour - Google Search

More than 700 Potez 63.11 were delivered by June 1940, of which more than 220 were destroyed or abandoned, despite the addition of extra machine gun armament; the heaviest losses of any French type. The Potez 63.11 continued in service with the Vichy air force and with the Free French forces in North Africa seeing action with both. Production was resumed under German control and significant numbers appear to have been pressed into service by the Germans, mostly in liaison and training roles.

More than 700 Potez 63.11 were delivered by June 1940, of which more than 220 were destroyed or abandoned, despite the addition of extra machine gun armament; the heaviest losses of any French type. The Potez 63.11 continued in service with the Vichy air force and with the Free French forces in North Africa seeing action with both. Production was resumed under German control and significant numbers appear to have been pressed into service by the Germans, mostly in liaison and training roles.