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Caudron C.670-лёгкий бомбардировщик,разведчик.

Caudron C.670-лёгкий бомбардировщик,разведчик.

North American B-25A-NA

[Photo] Mitchell bomber of the Bomber Group, US Bomber Squadron at McChord Army Air Force field, Washington, United States, note Thunderbird insignia of Bomber Squadron

Fairey Battle

Fairey Battle

My Father was a Wellington Pilot during WW11.  The Wellington was one of the Allies most famous bomber-planes and they were used for bombing-raids with varying frequency throughout the entire duration of the Second World War.

Flight of Wellington Bombers of No. 9 Squadron RAF, identified by squadron code KA and bat motif on squadron badge on nose.

Caproni Ca-313

Caproni Ca-313

Arado Ar. 234 (10G)

The German Arado Ar 234 - The First Operational Jet Bomber. A rare photo of a captured Ar 234 aircraft with American markings. Notice that the plane was renamed “Jane I”

Breguet Br-521

Breguet Br-521

Caproni Ca-309

Caproni Ca-309

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