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    Default WW2 aircraft

    Because I'm feeling evil, here's a quiz for the really obscure WW2 aircraft out there. Whoever guesses it right puts the next one up, and if there's no activity for a while I'll put a new one up myself.

    First aircraft...
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    Bristol Buckmaster - P indicating Mark 1 prototype
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    Spot on. Your turn.
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    Cheers

    What's this. usually gets my vote as one of the ugliest aircraft of the 1939-45 period
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    Curtiss-Wright CW-21 Demon, honorable Mr. Amrit. Here it is:

    http://www.warbirdforum.com/cw213.htm

    And my sincerest congratulations – this task really was a difficult one!
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    Well done Librarian. I expected a few wrong turns but not only did you get the aircraft but the original sources too. It's a very good article.

    Over to you for the next question.

    And thank you for the compliment - I like odd aircraft
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    And thank you for the compliment - I like odd aircraft
    Oh, not at all - I am assuring you, my dear Mr. Amrit that aforesaid compliment is absolutely well-deserved.

    Besides, I like aircraft oddities too. Therefore here is one: do you recognize this type?

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    Beats me I'm afraid. So I'm returning the compliment
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    And the answer is Bloch M.B. 157, my dear Mr. Pdf 27. Here it is:

    http://www.aviastar.org/air/france/bloch_mb-157.php

    Sorry, I don’t have much time today – besides, I am preparing an large article for another thread here – but I will say that my "mystery airplane" actually had an Internet debut. Yes, as you may suppose, that airplane is a very interesting Yugoslav machine from 1940 – more precisely Rogo˛arski R 313, a bomber – destroyer equipped with two Walter Sagitta 2 R (500 HP!) engine, capable to achieve maximum speed of 460 km/h. A short description you will be able to find here:

    http://www.yumodel.co.yu/history_of_...ation/r313.htm

    Well, I have to proceed with my work. See you tomorrow!

    In the meantime - all the best!
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    That's frighteningly quick Mr Librarian <bows out of respect>.
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    Oh, please my dear Mr. Pdf 27 – basically there is nothing unusual in that actuality. You know, as every fellow with eyeglasses I am only trying to recompensate my objective physical inability. Like your great fellow countryman, late Sir Morien Bedford, I was misfortunate enough to be completely unfit for flying. And that’s why I am obliged to balance that verity with my dreams.

    And here is another mystery plane for you. Do you recognize this machine?

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    Bristol Bleniem with floats.

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    blohm un voss Ha140

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    I go with Gumalangi.

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    its been quite a while for the respond of the quiz poser,.. so i will go ahead then

    What might be of this steel bird?

    Hint: Mission for peace
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