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Giuseppe Biron was one of Italy's most successful pilots serving on the Eastern Front in 1941, claiming at least four kills against Russian aircraft, as depicted here, as he sends a Mig 3 down in flames whilst flying a Macchi MC.200 with 369a Squadriglia, 22° Gruppo Autonomo.  Biron's aircraft sports the <i>scarecrow smoking red stars</i> emblem, designed by Biron himself and adopted as 22° Gruppo's badge before their deployment to the USSR.

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Line up of Italian Regia Aeronautica’s MC.200s of 92nd Squadriglia with the yellow engine cowling typical of Italian aircrafts employed on Balkans.

🇬🇧Balkans, Line up of Macchi Mc 200 of the Squadriglia with the typical yellow engine cowling.

1941 P-40 Kittyhawk vs Bf109F - Arkadiusz Wróbel Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk MkI RAF 112Sqn GA F Neville Duke AK675 Egypt 1941

1941 P-40 Kittyhawk vs Bf109F - Arkadiusz Wróbel Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk MkI RAF 112Sqn GA F Neville Duke AK675 Egypt 1941

Raid on the Rock - Tribute to the Crews of the Regia Aeronautica by Ivan Berryman. The only four engined heavy bomber to serve with the Regia Aeronautica, the Piaggio P.108 was built in too few numbers to have any significant effect in the Italian air campaign in World War Two, but was a worthy aircraft with several innovative design features, not least the remotely controlled gun barbettes in the outer engine nacelles. Most notable of the P.108's achievements were a number of daring night…

Raid on the Rock - Tribute to the Crews of the Regia Aeronautica by Ivan…

'Hawks over Finland'.Curtiss Hawk 75A-4 Sussu (also P-36) of the Finnish Air Force, shooting down a Russian LaGG-3.

'Hawks over Finland'.Curtiss Hawk Sussu (also of the Finnish Air Force LeLv 12 squadron, shooting down a Russian The squadron airplanes were decorated with a devilish version of Stalin's face.

Los Lancasters de 156 Escuadrón de la RAF, una unidad de Pathfinder, despegó de la RAF Upwood en 0630 en la mañana del 31 de marzo de 1944, llegando sobre Alemania en la inclinación de oro por la mañana la luz tan magníficamente interpretado por Forkasiewicz

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