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  1. Clean32

    Clean32 New Member

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    thanks

    mr Hitler said i want the biggest glider ever

    but we do not have the planes to tow it

    I want the biggest plane ever he said and with the biggest pilots every, zee big arm mussels and ohh those legs uuummm
     
  2. gtblackwell

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    Thanks, great photos but what a target for fighters !
     
  3. pampa14

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    I share with you an impressive collection of images of the Allied aircraft captured and tested during World War II and with German markings, the Squadron commanded by Theodor Rosarius. The article includes tons of pictures, some of them extremely rare and also color photos. To view all the photos visit the link below:


    http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/zirkus-rosarius.html


    Best Regards!
     
  4. pampa14

    pampa14 New Member

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    The link below shows a collection of images including various types of aircraft in the service of the Luftwaffe during World War applied with camouflage to operate mainly in Theatre of Operations of the North Africa. Undoubtedly one of the most beautiful camouflage schemes already created. Do you agree with me? Visit the link below and see for yourself.


    http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/camuflagens-de-deserto-da-luftwaffe.html


    Best Regards!
     
  5. YugoslavPartisan

    YugoslavPartisan Drug

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    This camouflage is awesome! :eek:
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  6. lwd

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    Indeed, so awesome that I'm a bit suspicious.
     
  7. Otto

    Otto No More Half Measures Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    Suspicious it's a fake? I don't think so.

    If it means anything it's a photo I can remember seeing in my ww2 books from when I was a child. There are also a few other photos of that exact aircraft with the same paintjob, and other examples from the same squadron also. This one is #3, but there is a #8 out there with the same camo as well. I always remembered it because of the distinct mottled desert pattern, and the number 8, which is is what the word "otto" means in Italian.
     
  8. belasar

    belasar Court Jester Staff Member Patron  

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    If memory serves it came from Signal magazine, a WWII German publication. It was certainly staged as many color photo's were at that time in German propaganda. Part of a series which figures prominently in the link. Still a awesome photo and inspired me to paint a model Stuka similarly I put together as a youngling. Sadly neither Allied or Soviet forces downed that one as it succomed to the far more deadly house movers.
     
  9. lwd

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    Yes, suspicious that there was a chance it was at the least doctored. Not to say that I thought it was certainly a fake but the color matching was so close that it was more than enough to raise suspicions especially considering the things one can do with a photo these days. Now the fact that the photo has been around for a considerable period of time addresses most of those. A photo pasted on line that has no providence associated, one I'm not familiar with, and one that looks almost too good to be true. That warrants suspicion in my book, unfortunate but with the number of hoaxes out there fully warranted IIMO.
     
  10. pampa14

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    I share with you a report showing a fantastic collection of photos of aircraft designed during the Second World War to bring war and destruction far beyond German borders. However, all of them did not pass the stage of prototypes and testing. What do you think if these planes had been built in quantity? They would have changed the course of the war? Visit the link, see the photos and give your opinion through the poll at the end of the article.


    http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/os-pesos-pesados-alemaes.html


    Best Regards!
     
  11. pampa14

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    the recent Luftwaffe 'desert' schemes included a number of Ju 88 night fighter pics and a number of others lifted directly from my own blog..
     
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  13. Otto

    Otto No More Half Measures Staff Member WW2|ORG Editor

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    I meant he has permission to post here, not referring to any of his content. By definition I've no right to give permission over photos that aren't mine.

    FalkeEins, If he's posted info that you have the rights to, I'll remove the content and sanction him. Send me an email (in my signature) and I'll address this.
     
  14. lwd

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    At least one previous poster said that he responded appropriately to request to remove content that he was using without permission. That it has to be addressed again though is disappointing.
     
  15. pampa14

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    The most famous nose art of all time were not exclusive of the Allies during the Second World War. I share with you a fantastic collection of images, some rare and colorful, of various models of the Luftwaffe aircraft with the famous and feared painting. To view all photos, visit the link below:


    http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/shark-mouths-alemas.html


    Best Regards!
     
  16. pampa14

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    I share with you some pictures of the impressive K-7 aircraft designed in the Soviet Union in the interwar period as heavy bomber but did not go into production. Visit the link below, see the collection of pictures and leave there your opinion or comment: Do you think the K-7 would succeed in his mission as a bomber?


    http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/o-gigante-russo.html


    Best Regards!
     
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    Holy cow...never seen that beastie before. Good one...it would have made a horrible combat aircraft...also- 40,000+ views ain't too shabby.
     
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    belasar Court Jester Staff Member Patron  

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    If memory serves a photo shopped version is the infamous 'Battleship Plane'.
     

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    OpanaPointer I Point at Opana Patron   WW2|ORG Editor

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    Turrets off an Iowa-class BB.
     
  20. pampa14

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    During the World War II many women piloted fighter planes or bombers, is transporting them from the factories to the front line or in combat. I share with you an extensive and fantastic collection of photos that show some these brave and beautiful women in action. You can find the images by visiting the link below:


    http://aviacaoemfloripa.blogspot.com.br/2011/01/belas-e-mortais.html


    Best Regards!
     

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