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Airforce overview 
Air operations during battle of Kursk, july-august 1943
Airplanes database Airplanes of the second world war
Air power planes, p-51 mustang, b-17 flying fortress, b-17, p-51, b-29, US  aircraft, German aircraft, Russian aircraft, British aircraft, French aircraft, WWII fighters, WWII bombers
Allied air power versus Hitler’s V-weapons, 1943–1945 in 1943, the Allies knew that Germany was developing Vergeltungswaffe (vengeance) or “V” weapons that threatened to reverse the course of World War II. But the Allies did not know exactly what the weapons were or how to defend against them
American aircraft of world war II demon, buffalo, wildcat, corsair, hellcat, tigercat, phantom, fireball, P-38 lightning, warhawk, lancer, thunderbolt, mustang, kingcobra, vanguard, eagle, baltimor, B-10/B-12, flying fortress, B-29 superfortress, banshee, dive bombers, buccaneer, torpedo bombers, sea wolf, C-32 / C-33/ C-34, vigilant, grasshopper, falcon seahawk, seagull, flying boats
Army air forces in world war II
Belgian air force during world war II
British aircraft of world war II providing data and photographs of hundreds of different types of British airplanes
Fighter Factory a private collection of historical aircraft, Curtiss P-40E Kittyhawk, Vickers Supermarine Mark IX Spitfire, P-51D Mustang, Hurricane MkXII, FG-1D Corsair, TBM Avenger, PBY Catalina, Polikarpov I-15bis, AD-4 Skyraider, Polikarpov I-153, Polikarpov I-16, Polikarpov Po-2
Fighter planes
Historic aircraft index
Japanese airplanes
Japan Air Power Japan Air Power
Japanese Navy Air Force Japanese Navy Air Force das archiv der Deutschen luftwaffe
Luftwaffe German Air Force, fighters and destroyers, bombers and ground attack, torpedoes, seaplanes, German secret weapons and radar units, German aircraft markings, German aircraft designation systems
Luftwaffe the Luftwaffe, 1933-45
Naval air war in the Pacific
Planes and pilots of world war II
Polish aviation pages the Polish air force in world war 2
RAAF aircraft and units a list of Royal Air Force aircraft squadrons. It includes Royal Flying Corps and Royal Naval Air Service squadrons incorporated into the RAF when it was formed in 1918, during World War I, ...
RAF bomber command 1939-1945
The luftwaffe 1933-1945 unit histories of every single Luftwaffe unit during the period 1933 to 1945, German Air Force, Jagdgeschwader, Kampfgeschwader, Sturzkampfgeschwader, Stuka
United States army air force in world war two
Warbird Alley Aircraft History and Info
Warbirds luftwaffe, US AAF, naval aviation, imperial Japanese avaition, allied aviation
Warbirds forum 600 pages on military / aviation topics
World War 2 Aircraft
World War II airplanes
World war II in the air and at sea
Airforce: miscellaneous topics 
Air battle over London, 1940
Air battle of the Ruhr Air battle of the Ruhr
Air combat films
American fighter pilots and airplanes of world war two
Airplanes database
Arado 234, July - August 1944
Art Kramer's WWII pictures
Battle of Britain the world’s greatest air battle
Battle of Britain the most important event in Royal Air Force history, the Battle fought over Britain between the 10th July and 31st October 1940
Bomber command death by moonlight, This site is dedicated to the thousands of men from all nations who flew with bravery and dedication on operations with RAF Bomber Command during WWII, but especially to the 55,573 who made the ultimate sacrifice
Bombing of Dresden the night of february 13th, and february 14th
Bombing of Dresden The bombing of Dresden by the British Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Army Air Forces (USAAF) between February 13 and February 15, 1945, ...
Bombing of Dresden 3,600 British and U.S. airplanes launched over 650,000 incendiary bombs and hundreds of 8,000 lb. and 4000 lb. bombs on the city of Dresden, ...
Bombing of Hiroshima
Bombing Japan secret
Canadian air aces: aircraft WWII
Combat Chronology of the US Army Air Forces dec 1944
Czechoslovak airmen in the Royal Air Force 1940 - 1945
Dakota squadron operation Market Garden was a WWII Allied effort into Nazi-occupied Holland to capture some strategic territory between Belgium and Arnhem, a distance of about 100 miles
Dams Raid : 617 Squadron : May 16/17, 1943
Doolittle's Tokyo raid led by legendary flier Jimmy Doolittle, 16 U.S. Army B-25 bombers broke through Japanese defenses on April 18, 1942, to strike Tokyo and other cities in broad daylight. The daring and dramatic raid stunned Japan, revived American morale, and signaled a new course for the Pacific War, Against all odds: legendary Jimmy Doolittle
Doolittle Tokyo Raiders
Fighter Squadron 21 history Finnish fighter history
German WW2 night fighters
Hungarian air force
Japanese air raids in Australia
Kamikaze The Last Notes of the Kamikaze Pilots and the Japanese View of Death and Afterlife
Kamikaze pilots
Kamikaze pilots Kamikaze pilots
Kamikaze Pilots Japan's Kamikaze pilots and their suicide attacks on American warships in the last year of World War 2, remain one of the most terrorizing memories of this war
London Blitz, 1940 this was the beginning of the Blitz - a period of intense bombing of London and other cities that continued until the following May. For the next consecutive 57 days, London was bombed either during the day or night
Luftwaffe operations over the Bristol area, 1940-1944
Military airfields in Australia during world war 2
Operation chowhound fooddropping
Pearl Harbor
RAF BOMBER COMMAND This website tells the story of the Royal Air Force's bomber aircrews, airmen and airwomen and their contribution to victory in the Second World War (WW2) 1939-45
Soviet women pilots in the great patriotic war in 1942, three air regiments were formed from female volunteers, lilya, litvyak, Litvak, litvak, Valeria, Khomyakova, valeria, khomyakova, ...
Thunder Gods and Kamikazes
Tokyo fire raids, 1945
United States strategic bombing survey: European world war
U.S. aces of World War II American fighter pilots and airplanes of world war two
Winston Churchill and Dresden

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