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Category Archives: Britain
Its time once again for a look at the scintillating world of airport service vehicles. Let’s take a look at an early-War fuel truck that served a critical need at a desperate time.
Supermarine’s famous Spitfire is best known as a fighter, yet from early in the War it also served as a reconnaissance platform. So let’s look at a late War example of a photo-recon bird.
Improving protection from air attack for armored formations proved to be a major concern for every combatant during World War II. Let’s look at a British response to that concern.
A famous and well regarded type both during the War and after, the Mosquito filled a wide variety of roles. Let’s take a look at a pure bomber variant.
Every combatant had some light vehicles designed with speed and communications as their function. Let’s take a look at a common sight everywhere British and Commonwealth forces fought from Sitzkrieg to VJ Day and beyond.
Another desert warrior. For a significant period of time the Hurricane was THE key British fighter serving in North Africa until sufficient Spitfires arrived in theater. Join me a brief look at a Hurricane that served during that transition period.
From 1941 through early 1943 epic tank battles raged across North Africa. Join me for a brief look at a British tank from late in that campaign.
Supermarine’s famous Spitfire served from the first day of World War II to the last. The Mk IX was an expedient introduced in mid-1942 that would become the major type for the last half of the war. After the jump, … Continue reading
Ooops… Every modeler has built the kit that fought them every step of the way. But in the end, if you get the replica you wanted, its all good. But sometimes the problems go deeper than a tricky kit. What … Continue reading
Back to the truly iconic types of World War II. Let’s see what can be said about an early war Spitfire…