LWS-6 Żubr (PZL.30 Żubr) was a Polish twin-engined medium bomber, produced by the LWS factory before World War II. It was designed by PZL in the early 1930s, initially as a passenger aircraft. First flight 1936, start of production - 1938. A short series was used for training only, because it was inferior to the PZL.37 Łoś design
PZL.46 Sum (catfish) was a projected light bomber of the Polish Air Force before World War II, which did not proceed beyond prototype stage. The first prototype of PZL.46 Sum flew in August 1938. In March 1939 the PZL.46 was ordered for a serial production. The Polish Air Force planned to buy 160 aircraft in a variant PZL.46A. The first aircraft were to be delivered in early 1940.
BDF - P50A Jastrząb (Hawk) Polish Fighter 1939
http://bdfilms.com.pl https://patronite.pl/BDFP-50 Jastrząb (Hawk) was the Polish pre-war fighter aircraft designed by engineer W. Jakimiuk of the PZL works....
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The PZL.37 Łoś (English: elk) was a Polish twin-engine medium bomber, used in the defense of Poland against the Nazi German Invasion in 1939. ... PZL37A