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Kawasaki Ki-100 High back Type, 10 egee sielt kellokoskelt

Kawasaki High back Type, 10 egee sielt kellokoskelt

The Kawasaki Ki-100 was a fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army in World War II. The Japanese Army designation was "Type 5 Fighter". No Allied code name was assigned to this type, although it may have been misidentified as a Tony due to the similar profile and appearance.

The Kawasaki was a fighter aircraft used by the Imperial Japanese Army…

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The Kyūshū Shinden (震電, "Magnificent Lightning") fighter was a World War II Japanese propeller-driven aircraft prototype that was built in a canard design.

BV 138 MS Seedrache minesweeping aircraft being lifted onto a seaplane tender, date unknown

[Photo] BV 138 MS Seedrache minesweeping aircraft being lifted onto a seaplane tender, date unknown

BV 138 MS Seedrache minesweeping aircraft being lifted onto a seaplane tender, date unknown

Kawasaki Ki-100 Type 5 Fighter

This time, another Japanese aircraft manufacturer: Kawasaki. Kawasaki Aircraft Industries was founded in making.

Художественная татуировка | #tattoo

Realistic trash polka tattoos are realistic tattoos mixed with graphic elements creating visual appealing collage-like pieces.

@ww2aviationhistory on Instagram: “P-39 Bell Aircobra”

@ww2aviationhistory on Instagram: “P-39 Bell Aircobra”

beautiful trash polka tattoo

Trash Polka Tattoos, Explained and Illustrated

What are Trash Polka Tattoos? A painterly and dynamic tattoo style created by Simone Plaff and Volko Merschky at Buena Vista Tattoo Club in Germany, a collaborative effort described as a combination of realism and trash.

Judys

The Yokosuka Suisei (Comet) was a dive bomber of the Imperial Japanese Navy. Its Allied reporting name was Judy. The was one of the fastest dive-bombers in the entire war.

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