PZL.23B Karaś, No 6, 41 Eskadra Rozpoznawcza (41st Reconnaissance Squadron), September 1939

Polish aviation Karas was a Polish Air Force light bomber designed in the

PZL P.11c, 112 eskada 1 Pułk Lotniczy (112 Squadron 1 Air Regiment). The maneuvers of the Polish army in the summer of 1939

Summer 1939 This belonged to the First Aviation Regiment, Fighter Squadron.

PZL P.11c, No.5, 111 Eskadra Myśliwska (111 Fighter Squadron), pilot kpt. Gustaw Sidorowicz, September 1939

German soldiers in the dawned fighter Polish PZL

Unfinished PZL 37B, Okecie, September 1939.

World War II Erupts: Color Photos From the Invasion of Poland, 1939

PZL P.11c, 112 eskada 1 Pułk Lotniczy (112 Squadron 1 Air Regiment) in Warszawa

PZL 112 eskada 1 Pułk Lotniczy Squadron 1 Air Regiment) in Warszawa

PZL P-11c, withe 4, pilot ppor.  Jan Dzwonek, 161 eskadra myśliwska (161 fighter squadron)

PZL – Polish World War II fighter aircraft used in the 1939 campaign. – Armed with (in most variants) machine guns – Max Speed of 390 km/hr mph) Though slower than the German.

PZL P.24 of Royal Hellenic AF lies abandoned on a Greek airfield, 1941

Royal Hellenic AF Potez PZL lies abandoned on a Greek airfield 01

PZL P-37B Łoś

Polish bomber Los or moose bomber, was one of the most advanced bombers of its time but production restrictions meant that only limited numbers were built before the war.


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