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Hungarian Air Force - Axis Period and Markings. Click this image to show the full-size version. Luftwaffe, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Fighting Plane, Aircraft Painting, Ww2 Planes, Military Photos, Aircraft Pictures, Nose Art

Hungarian aircraft

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Aircraft of the Royal Hungarian Air Force Plate 6 Luftwaffe, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Scale Models, Defence Force, Ww2 Planes, Home Defense, Military Weapons, World War Ii

Hungarian aircraft

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Hungarian Junkers Ju 86 by - pin by Paolo Marzioli Luftwaffe, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Aircraft, Ww2 Planes, Military Diorama, Aviation Art, War Machine, World War Two, Wwii

Ju 86 by Greenh0rn on DeviantArt

I found a very interesting article about the paints what were used on Hungarian aircrafts, the man who wrote this article had sample plates of the colou... Ju 86

The MÁVAG Héja ("Hawk") was a Hungarian fighter aircraft based on the Italian Reggiane Ww2 Aircraft, Fighter Aircraft, Fighter Jets, Old Warrior, Italian Air Force, Military Equipment, Nose Art, Aviation Art, Luftwaffe

Heja by Greenh0rn on DeviantArt

MÁVAG Héja (Hawk) II probaly returned from the front for repair. I ihave no idea which unit it belongs since i don't found that unit simbol. H... Heja

Hungarian Air Force’s Fiat with the insignias proposed late 1941 and finally approved and adopted on 12 March Hence this photo is after this date when this model of Italian fighter were already outdated and switched to non-active duties. Fighter Pilot, Fighter Jets, Italian Air Force, Ww2 Aircraft, World War Two, Historical Photos, Fiat, Hungary, Wwii

Recent Updates - The Hungarian Air Force’s Fiat CR.32

Hungarian Air Force’s Fiat CR.32 with the insignias proposed late 1941 and finally approved and adopted on 12 March 1942. Hence this photo is after this date when this model of Italian fighter were already outdated and switched to non-active duties. Already customer of products of the Italian aeronautical industry, fighter Fiat CR.20 and bombers Caproni Ca-101 purchased late Twenty followed by the Fiat CR.30, the Hungary, following the Rome Protocol with Italy, in 1935, ordered a first batch…

Planes of the Royal Hungarian Air Force Plate 1 Ace Of Hearts, Fighter Pilot, Ww2 Aircraft, Military Equipment, Aviation Art, Military Art, World War Two, Wwii, Air Force

Hungarian aircraft

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