fighters in "minor" countries

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  1. Vincenzo

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    #1 Vincenzo, Aug 5, 2009
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    i've built a list with all "classical" fighters in WWII in minor countries (all but 3 major power for side: USA, SU, UK, Reich, Japanese empire and Italian kingdom), there also a note on "minor" war
    "classical" stand for single conventional engined and with only a pilot for crew.
    only fightning fighters
    sorry it's in italian

    Polonia Pzl P.7a, P.11a, P.11c, P.11g (a prototype)
    Australia Buffalo I, Boomerang 12, 13, 19, Kittyhawk I, III, IV, Spitfire V, VIII, Gladiator, Tomahawk, Gauntlet, Mustang III, IV
    Nuova Zelanda Corsair, Kittyhawk,
    India Hurricane, Spitfire VIII,
    Sud Africa Fury, Hurricane, Spitfire, Mohawk, Tomahawk, Kittyhawk, Gladiator,
    Canada Hurricane I, Kittyhawk I, III, IV
    Francia M.S.406, H.75, M.B.151 e 152, D.520
    Stato francese M.S.406, H.75, D.520
    Norvegia Gladiator
    Belgio Gladiator, Hurricane, C.R. 42
    Paesi Bassi Fokker D. XXI, D. XVII
    Paesi Bassi (Indie orientali) CW-21B, Hawk 75A-7, Brewster 339C e D
    Grecia Gladiator, P. 24A,F e G, M.B.151
    Yugoslavia Bf 109E, Hurricane I, IK-3, IK-2, Fury II, Bf 109G, Yak-1, 3
    Ungheria C.R. 32 e 42, Re. 2000, Hejja, Bf 109 F e G
    Iraq Gladiator
    Finlandia Brewster 239, Hawk 75, G. 50, D. XXI, Hurricane, Bf 109 G, M.S.406, I-153, I-16, LaGG-3
    Slovacchia B. 534, Bf 109 E, F e G
    Romania Hurricane, IAR 80, 81A e C, Bf 109 E, F e G, He 112, P.24E, P.11C e F,
    Bulgaria B. 534, Bf 109 G ( the emil mayeb don't more on front line for start of air defence operation), D. 520,
    Thailandia Hawk III, Ki-27, Ki-43
    Filippine P-26A
    Cina P-43A, P-66, P-40B, E, K e M, I-153, CW-21, I-16, P-51
    Brasile P-47D
    Messico P-47D
    Croazia Bf 109G (Emil in 15/JG52), M.C. 202, M.C. 205V, M.S. 406, G. 50,
    Manciuria Ki-27, Ki-43, Ki-44
    Repubblica sociale italiana M.C. 205V, G.55, Bf 109 G e K

    minor wars 1939-1945
    Perù – Ecuador Ca. 114, NA-50 (Perù)
    Giappone – Stato francese A5M, Ki-27 M.S. 406
    Thailandia – Stato francese Hawk III, Hawk 75N M.S. 406
    URSS – Finlandia I-15, I-153, I-16 Bulldog, G. 50, D. XXI, Gladiator, M.S.406
    URSS – Polonia I-15, I-153, I-16 imho no polish fighter operational for 17th september
    Ungheria – Slovacchia C.R. 32 B. 534
    Italia – Albania no fightning
    Giappone – URSS Ki-10, Ki-27 I-152, I-153, I-16
    Giappone – Cina only 1939-41 Ki-10, Ki-27, A5M, A6M2, A4N I-15, I-152, I-153, I-16, Hawk II e III, Gladiator, D.510
    Spagna, only 1939 D.370, D. 510, C.R. 32, G. 50, GL.32, FF, Bf 109B, C, D e E, I-15, I-152, I-16, He 112
     
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    You can add Mustang and P-39 to Australia's list.
     
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    #3 imalko, Aug 6, 2009
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    Since you already specified Hurricane Mk I then you should also add Hurricane Mk IIC and Hurricane Mk IV(RP) to Yugoslavia list. And Spitfire Mk V and Mk IX too.
     
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    afaik airacobra don't fightning, and mustang came too late for war saw Welcome to ADF Serials
     
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    Ah OK I misunderstood your original post, however 3 sqn RAAF flew Mustangs in Italy from late 1944 onwards. RAAF P-39's didn't see combat but they certainly served with operational squadrons.
     
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    #6 Vincenzo, Aug 6, 2009
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    sorry not as standard i don't include the RAF squadrons in the country of crew and groundcrew, so 351st and 352nd squadron fighters are UK unit.

    EDIT
    this can up many trouble with CW air forces so i build and add list with fighters in 300s and 400s RAF squadron
     
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    I see. But the No. 351 and 352 Sqn (together with their aircraft) were discharged from RAF in May 1945 and formed "Prvi vazduhoplovni lovački puk JA" on 18th May. However, this was after VE day, so I guess it doesn't count.
     
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    see edit in my 6th msg
     
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    #9 Vincenzo, Aug 6, 2009
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    Polish squadrons: Hurricane I, II, Spitfire I, II, V, IX, XVI, Mustang III
    Czechoslovak squadrons: Hurricane I, II, Spitfire I, II, V, IX
    Netherlander squadrons: Spitfire V, IX, XVI, XIV
    French squadrons: Spitfire V, IX, XVI, VIII, XIV
    Norwegian squadrons: Hurricane I, II,, Spitfire II, V, IX
    Greek squadrons: Hurricane I, II, Spitfire V
    Belgian squadrons: Spitifre V, IX, XIV
    Yugoslav squadrons: Hurricane II, IV, Spitifire V, IX
    Canadian squadrons: Spitifire II, V, IX, XVI, VIII, XIV, Mustang III, Hurricane I, II
    Australian squadrons: Hurricane, Kittyhawk, Spitfire, Buffalo
    New Zealandian squadrons: Spitfire II, V, IX, Hurricane II, Typhoon I, Tempest V, Buffalo I
     
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    sorry i don't saw your reply
    i've modified now the fighter on RCAF squadron are in the list (also mustangs of 3rd) and fighters in article XV squadrons are in seperate list. for airacobra sorry combat is a requirement for go in list
     
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    Vincenzo, have you ever seen this? Based on this thread this might be of interest to you.

    safch.org
     
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    I think also the norwegians flew the Mosquito. They had on order the H-75, but this was never delivered.

    I didnt see Iraq or Iran either . Iraq flew Me 110s and a few gladiators (on opposing sides I believe).


    Have you got Turkey????
     
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    link give a commercial page
     
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    parsifal need more attention. m,osquito aren't single engien single man. iraq there is with gladiator, iran i don't found anithing on iranian fighter combat
    turkey fighter where fightning?
     
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    Small Airforces Observer, try google. they are dedicated to small and 3rd world airforces. I used to subscribe to their magazine. They also sell models.
     
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    Really no. But 23 February 1945 Turkey joined the Allies.

    Bulgaria: Avia B 135, Bf 109E

    Greece: Avia B.534 (probably only for training)

    More later :)
     
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    ok joined but it's not enough

    i no found info on they use in combat

    as above
     
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    probably they don't pay more the server host
     
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    Dutch had P40 in the far east as welll. And the D.XVI in the Netherlands.
     
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    i found there was only a flying D. XVI in a flight school

    for kittyhawk if you talk in 120th (NEI) Squadron i put this unis as australian (i know that pilots were nederlanders)
     
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