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    Maybe Lavochkin la-5
     
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    #4 Snautzer01, Jan 8, 2015
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    Another one. Notice the Lufthansa Ju52

    Text eBay:

    SUBJECT: Original snapshot photo of American GI (William Bombassi) in a wreck of a Russian fighter aircraft somewhere in Germany, 1945. Probably near Berlin.

    Photo by Private William A. Bombassi, SN 61127319, of Waterbury, Conn. who was a truck driver in Germany in 1945. He seems to have gotten around a lot and liked to take pictures of aircraft wrecks
    eBay link Original Snapshot Photo Gi in Cockpit Crashed Russian Fighter Plane Germany 1945 | eBay

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    This is Yak-3 methinks.
     
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