Johan Fredrik Holst

Johan Fredrik Holst

Johan Fredrik Holst
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RAF mechanics are checking one of the engines of an #Armstrong Whitworth AW38 «Whitley» Mk.V medium #bomber as her crew looks on. The Whitley was one of the lesser known bomber of WW2. Note the yellow bombs painted on her side indicating the number of successful bombing missions. Probably 1943, undisclosed location in England.

RAF mechanics are checking one of the engines of an Armstrong Whitworth "Whitley" Mk.V medium bomber as her crew looks on. The Whitley .

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk III and crew, with YMCA tea car in attendance, 10 January 1941.

Armstrong Whitworth Whitley Mk III and crew, with YMCA tea car in attendance, 10 January 1941.

German fighter Messerschmitt Bf.109G-10 from the 6./JG51 on the Slave airfield in Hungary. This plane flew Lieutenant Culain.

German fighter Messerschmitt from the on the Slave airfield in Hungary. This plane flew Lieutenant Culain.

Moritz Kommandeur IV./ JG 3

Moritz Kommandeur IV./ JG 3

Focke Wulf FW 190A-8/R2 Flown by Oberleutnant Werner Gerth, 14./JG 3, Illesheim/Germany, September 27, 1944

Focke Wulf Fw 190 by Oberleutnant Werner Gerth, Illesheim/Germany, September Claes Sundin 2016

The “109” is perhaps an airplane of the 6 Staffel of the II Gruppe of the Luftwaffe's JG 51 “Mölders” (II./JG51) transferred to the Mediterranean theatre in november 1942.

The is perhaps an airplane of the 6 Staffel of the II Gruppe of the Luftwaffe's JG 51 “Mölders” transferred to the Mediterranean theatre in november

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German fighter Focke-Wulf Fw Egon Mayer of while refueling at Theville. The Kiel fighter visible mark of aerial victories. The overall battle by Egon Mayer, June 1940 to March 1944 (date of death) had 102 aerial victories.