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Tried to track this plane down cause Dad told me it was at Georiga Tech in 50s Old Professor told me it was long gone and he thinks it's in California. Or was it a Dora 190.

The Focke Wulf only 10 had flown when the war ended this type was once more the fastest fighter in the sky Kurt Tank himself easily outpaced a flight of Mustangs which surprised him on a testflight

The fearsome Hawker Typhoon

Typhoon Mark IB, ‘SF-T’, of No 137 Squadron RAF with a full load of rocket-projectiles beneath the wings, ‘running up’ on an engine test at Holland

FW-190 F with early cluster munitions.

A German aircraft technician prepares a cluster bomb for the fighter-bomber Focke-Wulf Fw - The Focke-Wulf Fw 190 was a German single-.

A Fw 189 A-2 (french built, W.Nr. 125166) coded "KC+JP" of FFS A/B 123 photographed at Pleso airfield in February 1942. Note the two Junkers W 34 in the background

A Fw 189 (french built, W. coded "KC+JP" of FFS A/B 123 photographed at Pleso airfield in February Note the two Junkers W 34 in the background

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