Zsolt Kiss

Zsolt Kiss

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May - June judging by the type of roundel and the black port wing. Might be Dunkirk. Interesting hand painted roundel and black painted port wing to help in identification.

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This photo, originating from HMSO publications of the time, had been entitled “Spitfires can take it. Riddled fighter makes safe landing in Italy”. It is believed to be taken in 1944 and the aircraft is a Spitfire Mk.