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Canadian fighter pilots with a Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB

Canadian fighter pilot in Hawker Typhoon Mk.IB on airfield showing off his aircraft to two Canadian soldiers.

"Those capable and heroic Poles. Sold out by Churchill" KB RAF 303 Squadron, September 1940

RAF 303 Squadron, September Polish aviators who joined the RAF so they could keep fighting.

Early Tempest V of 3 Sqn. at Newchurch. Note Invasion stripes painted on by the ground crew; the longer cannon barrels can be seen on the port-side wing.

Royal Air Force ground crew refuel and re-arm Hawker Tempest Mark V 'JF-G' of No. 3 Squadron RAF by the grass North-South runway at Newchurch, Kent (UK). On the far side of the runway is the dispersal area of No. Date 12 June 1944

Rare wartime colour photograph of an unidentified Typhoon showing the black and white identification stripes under the wings

Hawker Typhoon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Rare wartime colour photograph of an unidentified Typhoon showing the black and white identification stripes under the wings

A gun camera picture of a rocket salvo, launched by a Hawker Typhoon towards railway wagons in a siding at Nordhorn, Germany (1945)

An RAF Hawker Typhoon attacking train cars in Germany with 60 lb rocket projectiles. Notice that one has already been hit.

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Hawker Tempest on the ground

A Hawker Typhoon Mark IB (s/n “HH-N”) “Dirty Dora”, of No 175 Squadron, Royal Air Force, undergoing servicing in a blast-walled dispersal point at Colerne. Two dummy bombs for practice loading on to the wing racks can be seen in the foreground.

The Fw 190 was one of the most famous German World War 2 planes

The Fw 190 was one of the most famous German World War 2 planes

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