PZL-11 by Jarosław Wróbel: The PZL P.11 was a Polish fighter aircraft, designed in the early 1930s by PZL in Warsaw. It was briefly the most advanced fighter aircraft of its kind in the world. The PZL P.11 served as Poland's primary fighter defence in the Polish campaign of 1939, but with the rapid advances in aircraft design in the late 1930s (seen in such fighters as the Messerschmitt Bf 109), it proved outclassed by its rivals at the onset of the war BFD
Spitfire BS456 1X in Northolt 22 August 1943. This is the Polish pilot Flight Lieutenant Lew Kurylowicz hunter who was killed by a Focke-Wulf 190 near Rouen after himself down another FW-190. It was recovered unharmed after five days at sea in his dinghy - Note the additional tank "long-range": *BFD*
Roger Nimier Hussard Club: Chacun a droit à ses secondes de bêtise... Henry de Montherlant
militaires français mettant en oeuvre un dispositif acoustique (4 janvier 1940)
Luftwaffe Henschel Hs I23A-1 used both over Spain during the Civil War, and in early part of WWII as dive bomber, over Poland.
Halifax C Mark VIII, PP219, at Boscombe Down, Wiltshire. This aircraft served with No. 301 Polish Bomber Squadron in January 1946,
l'Admiral Graf Spee, le plus célèbre des trois cuirassés de poche