PZL P.11c: “Polish wings”

This Polish classic gull-winged (Puławski wing) PZL metal monoplane was the most advanced fighter at the time it entered service in 1934. Sadly, time never stop in aviation. When their time came 5 year later these PZL’s were almost relics. Manoeuvrable and sturdy they were, but only the sheer bravery of their pilots made a certain difference. It was not enough.

The “c” type was the main production variant. A few of them employed by the 113 “Eagle-owl’s” Eskadra taking off here. Unafraid and ready for anything.


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