Rare photos of the Luftwaffe in WW2

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  1. pampa14

    pampa14 Active Member

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    I share with you this interesting set of pictures showing the Luftwaffe men and machines in action during World War II. To access the photos, please visit the link below. I hope you enjoy and I count on your visit.


    Aviação em Floripa: Luftwaffe em fotos raras
     
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  2. Wayne Little

    Wayne Little Well-Known Member

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    the 109 in the norway 1941 pic has a 2 blade prop?
     
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    That was going to be my question too. You beat me to it.
     
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    N4521U Well-Known Member

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    What kind of plane is that in the snowy lake?
    A jet? No prop at all...............



    hehehe
     
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    bobbysocks Well-Known Member

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    i am not way the expert or even deeply knowledged but if i saw that photo i would think it was taken in the mountains of spain during the spanish civil war...
     
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    It's a 109 C or D as can be seen by the different nose intake. It might have been a squadron liaison aircraft or trainer.
     
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