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A Hurricane for Two

In the history of air warfare during the Second World War several times one pilot helped his companion by landing on the ground and taking a friend to his own cockpit. A good example is the history of S/L Eugeniusz “Dziubek” Horbaczewski during the battle of Normandy in 1944. However, one of the first “evacuations” in a such way had taken place a few years before, hundreds kilometers from Normandy in a place which we...
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PZL P.11c – gallery “8” from Cracow

Today we present photos of the P.11c Junior Set 1/72 scale built by Craig Boon from the UK. Model was painted with Hataka acrylics and  Vallejo metaliser. Markings came from the box and represent “white 8” from 122 Fighter Squadron from Cracow in 1939.
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Hurricane Mk I Model Kit Development

The release of the Hurricane Mk I model kit is very close. So we have started a series of articles about model features, colour schemes and pilot’s stories. Today first – list of changes in model design made in the „last minute” before tooling.
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PZL P.11c – walkaround photos

At the end of July 2018 at the Museum of Aviation in Krakow, the renovation of the only preserved copy of the PZL P.11c aircraft was completed. Thanks to the kindness of our reader, Grzegorz Szymanowski, we present photos of the plane during the final stage of assembly. The aircraft engine will be restarted soon. See more!
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Two movies about 303 Squadron

Coming this summer are two movies on famous 303 Polish Squadron RAF. Movies tell a story of the Polish veterans that were underestimated by British commanders and held in training until the Battle of Britain climax. When allowed to fight proved their quality by destroying more German aircraft than any Allied unit involved in Battle.
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