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An easter egg for Hitler. Thomas and the crew of Avro Lancaster Bomber 'B' MkI 'Victorious Virgin' QB-V of RCAF 424 Squadron "Tiger" Squadron on the of March (probably taken at the Skipton-on-Swale, North Yorkshire airfield) (paasei voor Hitler)

Macchi C.200 Russia front

The Macchi Saetta (Italian: both Arrow or Lightning), or was a World War II fighter aircraft built by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy, and used in various forms throughout the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force). In Russia.

A German Bf110C-7 of "III/ZG 76" with skull and crossbones nose art, the emblem of III/ZG76. Zerstörergeschwader 76 (ZG 76) (lit. destroyer wing) was a Luftwaffe heavy/destroyer Fighter Aircraft-wing of World War II.

A German of "III/ZG with skull and crossbones nose art, the emblem of Zerstörergeschwader 76 (ZG (lit. destroyer wing) was a Luftwaffe heavy/destroyer Fighter Aircraft-wing of World War II.

REGIA AERONAUTICA ITALIANA

Captured aircrafts flown by the Regia - Official Company forum

A Heinkel He 177 with its crew, Sept. 23, 1944. Heinkel finally gave up on the twinned DB 606 engines and redesigned the He 177B to have four conventional engines, with three prototypes flying in 1944, but by then it was too late, with bomber projects being cancelled and production concentrating on fighters.

Bundesarchiv Bild Flugzeug Heinkel He 177 mit Tarnanstrich - Heinkel He 177 - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

The Macchi C.200 Saetta (Italian: both Arrow or Lightning), or MC.200, was a World War II fighter aircraft built by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy, and used in various forms throughout the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force).

The Macchi Saetta (Italian: both Arrow or Lightning), or was a World War II fighter aircraft built by Aeronautica Macchi in Italy, and used in various forms throughout the Regia Aeronautica (Italian Air Force). Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Handley Page Halifax Mk I L7245, the second prototype aircraft, at Radlett, Hertfordshire, 1940. A 4-engined heavy bomber, the Halifax remained in service until the end of the war. Total Halifax production was 6,178 with the last aircraft delivered in April 1945. Although considered of inferior bombing capacity to her main rival, the Avro Lancaster, the Halifax remained very much on the front line during the strategic bombing of Germany.

HU Handley Page Halifax Mk I the second prototype aircraft at Radlett Hertfordshire

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