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Obscure Aircraft of WW2
"Not a Spitfire or Mustang in sight! Test your knowledge on the unsung aircraft of WW2."
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
The Hungarian Weiss WM 21 Sólyom reconnaissance biplane was a refined version of which aircraft?
The L3M Japanese military transport aircraft was based on the civilian airliner version of the famous Mitsubishi G3M 'Nell' bomber.
This Czech-designed reconnaissance biplane was the workhorse of the wartime Slovakian Air Force.
Which manufacturer/country built the Bristol Bolingbroke - a licence-built version of the Bristol Blenheim light bomber?
The Fiat G.55 and Macchi C.205 were the two more well-known of the later-generation, '5-series' Italian fighters that were based on the DB 605 engine. What was the third?
The PZL P.23B was the mainstay of the Polish light bomber force in 1939. What was its official nickname?
The Dutch-designed Fokker T.VIII bomber floatplane was employed by both the RAF and the German Luftwaffe at the same time.
The Amiot 351 and 354 versions of the sleek French Amiot 350 series were the only ones to see operational service with the Armée de l'Air. What was the obvious external difference between these two bombers?
One had radial engines , the other had inline.
One had a twin tailplane, the other was single-tailed.
One was twin-engined, the other had four engines.
There was no obvious external difference.
The Me.262B-1a/U1 was a two-seat night-fighter version of the famous German jet fighter that never saw service.
The Blohm und Voss Bv.138 flying boat had an unflattering unofficial nickname. What was it?
The Flying Clog
The Flying Pancake
The One Way Trip
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