Dewoitine D.520

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    #1 Snautzer01, Dec 2, 2014
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    Dewoitine 520 Cross of Lorraine

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    #2 Snautzer01, Dec 2, 2014
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    #5 Snautzer01, Jan 15, 2015
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    Vichy 5ème escadrille, Eleusis airfield, Athènes May 1941.

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    #7 Snautzer01, Jan 16, 2015
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    French build D.520, captured and used by the Germans handed over to the Bulgarians. Confused? you will be...

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    #9 Snautzer01, Jan 14, 2016
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    Notice the Farman F.223 redesignated NC.223

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    #13 Snautzer01, Jan 15, 2016
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    It is still a beautiful airplane. Which cannot be said about all French design...
     
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    For the ones interested in the German used D.520 (LEMB)

    "Where were the WNr painted on these aircraft?
    The D520s usually had the WNrs on the top of the fin The Germans nearly always kept the original WNrs on Beute a/c. In the majority of cases they were usually applied to the fins when the a/c were repainted. But sometimes on Allied a/c they kept the original s/n usually on the fuselage for British or the fins for American. But frustratingly sometimes they were not re-applied when the a/c was repainted.
    The aircraft's original c/n were always kept. However, If the Germans re-started the production lines of there own aircraft that had been built under licence they would give the a/c a RLM W/Nr. alongside the original c/n
    Regards
    Tom Willis"
     
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