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Sondergerät SG-116

Sondergerät SG-116

Fw190 Schräge Musik Mk.103 30mm cannnon

Fw190 Schräge Musik Mk.103 30mm cannnon

View of tail turret of Avro Lincoln,a Boulton Paul. 'D' Mk.1 carrying 2 0.5in Browning

A view of the tail turret of the Avro Lincoln, a Boulton Paul. 'D' carrying two Browning Mk II machine guns.

Ju 87G Kanonenvogel, camouflaged for the Russian winter

Stuka in winter camo

Fokker Dr.I armament

I armament

Petlyakov Pe 8 defensive Nose Turret drawing

Petlyakov Pe 8 defensive Nose Turret drawing

montagem em um Nieuport 17.

montagem em um Nieuport 17.

Henschel Hs 129, last seconds

WWII German plane shot down.

Crudely painted invasion stripes are seen on a Douglas Boston. D-Day aircraft were painted this way so they would be easily recognised.

Crudely painted invasion stripes are seen on a Douglas Boston. D-Day aircraft were painted this way so they would be easily recognised.

HALBERSTADT CLS.II - Deutsche Luftstreitkräfte (Two Seat Escort Fighter, Ground Attack Biplane) Had a Max Speed of 103 mph at 16,400' with an Endurance of 3 Hours and a Ceilling of 16,600'. Armament: 1 x Fixed 7.92mm “Spandau” Machine Gun, Synchonized, 1 x Flexible 7.62 Parabellum MG14 Maching Gun on Ring Mount for Observer, 10 Stick Grenades and up to 5 x 22 lbs Wurfgranaten 15 Trench Mortar Fragmentation Bombs.

Halberstadt CL II two-seater: entering service in August it was a successful design with comparable speed to opposing Allied fighters. It served until the end of the war.

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