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Italian Fiat G 50 fighter together with a German Messerschmitt Bf 110.

Italian Fiat G 50 fighter together wit a German Messerschmitt Bf

Miles M-20 Single Seat Fighter

Thread: SAI Ambrosini and other Light Weight Fighters .

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Lybia 1940. Fiat CR 42. IX Group IV wing

Lybia 1940. Fiat CR 42. IX Group IV wing

FIAT G-55

Fiat G 55 Centauro fighter of Mussolini's Italian Social Republic in the spring of 1945 in northern Italy. In the period January 1944 to April the RSI Air Force succeeded in shooting down 240 Allied aircraft, mostly and bombers.

An Italian Fiat C.R. 42 Falco fighter (85-16, s/n MM.6976, 18° Gruppo/85a Squadriglia/Stormo 56°), crashed at Lowestoft, Suffolk (UK) on 1430 hrs, 11 November 1940. The pilot, Sergente Antonio Lazzari, evaded three Hawker Hurricanes until the variable pitch gear of the propeller jammed, leaving one of the three blades at a different pitch to the rest. Lazzari decided to land. Upon landing he ran over a railway line which caused the aircraft to crash into a field. Lazzari was was unhurt.

Amazing pictures of Shot Down Luftwaffe Planes during the Battle of Britain - Page 2 of 2

Crashed Fiat near Lowesoft 1940 - Fiat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Italian G.50 Freccia fighter and German Bf 110 fighter of Zerstörergeschwader 26 in flight, North Africa, 1941

[Photo] Italian G.50 Freccia fighter and German Bf 110 fighter of Zerstörergeschwader 26 in flight, North Africa, 1941

[Photo] Italian Freccia fighter and German Bf 110 fighter of Zerstörergeschwader 26 in flight, North Africa, 1941

Nationalist SM.81 aircraft bomb Madrid during the Spanish Civil War, November 1936.

Savoia-Marchetti Pipistrello Italian heavy bomber during a bombing raid in the Spanish Civil War Small planes are FIAT

The Fiat G.50 Freccia ("Arrow") was a World War II Italian fighter aircraft. First flown in February 1937, the G.50 was Italy’s first single-seat, all-metal monoplane[3] with an enclosed cockpit and retractable Undercarriage to go into production. In early 1938.

The Fiat Freccia ("Arrow") was a World War II Italian fighter aircraft. First flown in February the was Italy’s first single-seat, all-metal with an enclosed cockpit and retractable Undercarriage to go into production.

Fiat C.R.32 Bis - 1° Stormo

La Squadriglia Folle

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