Sovetskaya aircraft 1941-1944

According to the materials of the Finnish archive sa-kuva.fi

Soviet aircraft during the Second World ...
47 photos via deruluft

1. UTI-4, Olonec, September 8, 1941 was used as the UT-1. Survived until today.






2. U-2 s / n 11429. Captured February 19, 1939 Picture taken 27 September 1941 in Helsinki at the show trophies.




3. DB-3, made an emergency landing in the vicinity of the power plant (Svir), 27 September 1941.




4. U-2. Of signatures to the photo did not understand.




5. The captured Soviet hangar with gliders. Petrozavodsk, 24 October 1941.




6. The captured Soviet hangar with gliders. Petrozavodsk, 24 October 1941.



7. Downed Security



8. January 29, 1944 Finnish Pe-2



9. January 25, 1944



10. Finnish Pe-2. June 30, 1944



11. Finnish Sat. January 8, 1944



12. Finnish Sat.



13. Finnish Sat.



14. Security view from the cockpit of the navigator.



15. This is probably one of the two W-2, captured in August 1942 as a result of the Finnish intelligence quizzes.
"8/28/42, two W-2 (USSR X-217 and X-370 of the USSR from the 2nd Squadron North OAS CAF) sat in Sapsayarvi in ​​Karelia and were captured. Subsequently, they were used as the AV-186 and AV-187. Capturing these machines resulted quizzes Finnish intelligence. Aircraft were sent to pick up the Finnish officers allegedly held captive by the Soviet partisans operating behind enemy lines in Karelia. The Finnish side was well prepared for the meeting. Planes were captured and their crews (Pavel Andreev, Feodor Motuz Peter Chaikin and Peter Shul'ga) were killed in a shootout. »
KF Geust. Captured Soviet aircraft in the Finnish Air Force.



16. Downed Sat.



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18. The U-2 was shot down Aug. 8, 1944



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20. IL-2, downed 13 July 1944



21. IL-4, downed 13 July 1944 near Vyborg.



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23. Yak-9 w / n 38197 IAP, hit by July 9, 1944 Pilot Nosenko NF captured prisoner in a week.



24. LaGG-3, March 7, 1942



25. LaGG-3, found 20 February 1942 Became LG-2.



26. LaGG-3 in the Finnish Air Force (LG-3), July 9, 1944



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31. The Finnish-153



32. Hurricane 609 IAP shot down 6th April 1942



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34. Hurricane Z2585 of 152 IAP, made an emergency landing February 4, 1942 after a battle with the Finnish fighters. Lieutenant Theodosius Zadorozhnyj returned to his unit, and the plane was a part of the Finnish Air Force as a HC-45.



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36. I-16, December 10, 1941



37. Cobra shot down in combat 5 May 1944



38. Finnish DB-3F. April 1, 1944



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40. Finnish DB-3



41. Downed IL-2. June 30, 1944



42. Downed IL-2. July 22, 1944.



43. Kittyhawk, December 31, 1943
"12/27/43, the P-40M-10CU" Kitty Hawk "(" 23 & quot ;, American number 43-5925, of the 191 IAP 275th over, the 13th Air Army) landed in Val kyarvi (Beloostrov ). Second Lieutenant Vitaly Revin captured. The plane was used as the KH-51. & Quot;



44. MBR-2, 16 February 1943



45. MBR-2, date unknown



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47. September 2, 1944
"8/30/44, the Yak-9 (" 18 & quot ;, head. №12153-18 of the 29th Guards. IAP 275th hell and the 13th Air Army) landed on the "belly" in Hovinkyulya (under Lappeenranta). M.M.Volkov lieutenant and second lieutenant V.M.Titorenko captured. The purpose of the mission was distilling machines from Masina-mi (Suulayarvi) to Commandant airfield. Therefore, single-seat aircraft carrying passengers. The machine is maintained for some time, but had not been repaired. & Quot;

Sources:
SA-KUVA.FI
K-F. Geust. Soviet aircraft in the Finnish Air Force.
Yu Rybin. Soviet Hurricane Aces of World War 2



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