Discussion in 'Quiz Me!' started by noobsquadron, Feb 25, 2008.
TRY TO PROVIDE AS MANY FACTS AS POSSIBLE FROM THE FOLLOWING PICTURES ;
For next time more pics!!!
first one's the fall of corregidor. the churchill shot was at a conference (yalta???)
Middle one is Kurt Knispel... Germany's top scoring tank ace.
Bottom is The Big Three (Churchill, Roosevelt, Stalin) at the Yalta Conference, yes?
Yes the last one is the big three at Yalta
The first one is corregidor
The third one is Kurt Knispel, one of the biggest tank aces in history
You are missing the 2nd one
Vasily Zaitsev. russian sniper with over 200 kills during the battle of Stalingrad
Hello Nikolai. I've noticed you are a new member, if you wish you can go in the new member section and introduce yourself. You'll meetm ore people than on this old thread.
Welcome on the forum.
The second one is Vasily Zaiestsev(probbably botched the spelling).
He was a Soviet sniper with something like 400 confirmed kills.
The movie "Enemy at the Gates" is based on his story.
He still doesn't measure up to Simo Hayha(probably botched that too) a Finnish sniper with 505 confirmed kills,542 claimed,and 200 claimed SMG kills.
I know you can recognize the plane, but can you identify the pilot?
Nevermind, I'm stoopid.
"Creamer's Dream" was a P-51D assigned to Lt. Charles White of the 301st FS, 332nd FG in 1945. White is credited with two victories scored during the big April Fool's dogfight.
You are almost correct, but not quite. The answer lies on the webpage where you got that picture.
So close. It's Lt. White's plane but the pilot in the photo isn't Lt. White. A little googling will surely find the answer.
Since nobody guessed it, it is another of the Tuskegee Airmen, Capt. Edward Gleed. If you google creamers dream you will find photos identifying him.
What outfit are these guys with?
No, not SS
Finnish unit Kevyt Osasto 4.
Correct! You're up.
In what plane did this Pilot score his first victory?