National fighter links plz :)

Discussion in 'Warbirds International' started by -doku-, Jan 29, 2001.

  1. -doku-

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    Good thread, Doku S! [​IMG]
    Ok here are my favourite sites about Polish Air Force in WW2:
    http://www.elknet.pl/acestory/
    http://waw.pdi.net/~robertp/aviation.html

    BTW if there are any Italian pilots on this board i'll be happy to hear from them - I've just realized how little I know about air combat over Italy, north africa and about Italian aces - some good links please [​IMG]

    Stec (grounded until I pay all my bills [​IMG] )
     
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    I'm italian and i suggest you to visit this site:

    http://www.teamblau.it/iwai/

    Both authors are WB'pilots
    Thanks for your attention about italian air force, that was called Regia Aeronautica

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    http://www.airwar.ru

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    Here is a short history of Въздушни на Негово Величестно войски (Air of His Majesty Armies) during the war:
    http://www.geocities.com/bulgarian_aviation/history/wwii.htm

    The site itself is about the airfores from the beginnings till today: http://www.geocities.com/bulgarian_aviation/

    Another general site in english (curiously, it is made by american soldjer), here is the WWII part:
    http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Styx/4555/ww2.html

    Here is one very valuable reference for aces of all times and all sides:
    http://www.cableregina.com/users/magnusfamily/airaces1.htm


    When I worked on my Operation 25 scenario I dug those two sites in english with stories from the April war:
    http://grobar.search.bg/belgrad/kopia/fury_yugoslavia.htm
    http://grobar.search.bg/belgrad/kopia/belgra.htm

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    "Nationalists of all countries - UNITE!" [​IMG]
    http://grobar.search.bg/volunteers

    [This message has been edited by grobar (edited 18 February 2001).]