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Tricky Questions on WW2 Aircraft
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What Soviet aircraft did Stalin say was more important to the Russians than bread?
What was the difference between the North American P-51D and P-51K Mustangs?
One was more heavily armed
They were built at different factories
One was faster
One had a 'bubble-top' canopy.
For different marks of the Supermarine Spitfire, which letter suffix denoted a universal wing?
What was distinctive about the Messerschmitt Bf109T?
It didn't exist
It was an unarmed reconnaissance version
It was designed as a carrier-borne fighter
It was the fastest Bf109
The Beech Model 18 operated in many guises as a transport and training aircraft with both the USAAF and the RAF. Which version was known as the Kansan?
How did the Handley Page Hereford differ mainly from its sister aircraft, the Hampden?
It had a single tailplane - not twin.
It was a long-range version with extra fuel tanks.
It was a torpedo-carrying version.
It had different powerplants.
The Messerschmitt Bf109 series was built in greater numbers than any other fighter aircraft of World War II.
What was the only Japanese aircraft to bomb the United States mainland during WW2?
The Bristol Blenheim Mk.V was initially known as the
(One Word - begins with B)
By the end of WW2, how many Dornier Do-17s had survived in a flyable condition?
more than 200
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