Morane-Saulnier Type N
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Morane-Saulnier Type N was the first French aircraft to be developed specifically as a fighter.- Role fighter Manufacturer Aéroplanes Morane-Saulnier First flight 22 July 1914 Introduction 1915
The Morane-Saulnier Type N was the first French aircraft to be developed specifically as a fighter, in 1915. It equipped four squadrons of the Royal Flying Corps, in which it was designated the Bullet, and was also operated in limited numbers by the 19th Squadron of the Imperial Russian Air Force.
Morane-Saulnier Type N was the first French aircraft to be developed specifically as a fighter. WWI
Morane-Saulnier Type N • French monoplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Used wing warping instead of ailerons. The Type N mounted a single unsynchronized forward-firing machine gun which used the deflector wedges in order to fire through the propeller arc. Later removed, the large metal spinner designed to streamline the aircraft caused the engines to overheat because the spinner deflected air away from the engine.
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Upon declaration of war, the Morane-Saulnier MS-406 remained the spearhead of the French fighter groups. This aircraft, which, however, dated from 1937, was totally outclassed by the Bf-109; it had no other advantage that its maneuverability. In September 1939, twelve groups were still flying on MS-406s.
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WWII: French resistance fighter, with Bren gun.
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May 1943: The French form a "Resistance Movement. Pictured-"French resistance fighter, with a British Bren gun.
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French resistance fighter, with a Bren gun.
French resistance fighter.
French soldiers in a bunker on the Maginot Line surrendering in 1940 to German soldiers.
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French soldiers in a bunker on the Maginot Line surrendering in 1940 to German soldiers . . . .( white flag stuck through door opening saved Germans 'wasting a grenade ' through same aperture !! ) ✅
French soldiers in a bunker on the Maginot Line surrendering in 1940 to German soldiers. Flickr Re-Pinned by HistorySimulation.com
French soldiers in a bunker on the Maginot Line surrendering in 1940 to German soldiers. What else did you expect?
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French soldiers in a bunker on the "Mur de la ville" surrendering to German soldiers, September 1939. Faced with potential enemies in every direction, the Commune was forced to build a line of fortresses from the Bay of Biscay to the North Sea. While the southeastern line proved enough to stop dead any Italian advances, the forts along the Meuse were not designed for a direct assault by Panzer, and were rapidly encircled.
French soldiers hiding in a bunker, giving up the German soldier, Maginotova line, 1940
French soldiers in a bunker on the Maginot Line surrender to German soldiers, 1940
French soldiers hiding in a bunker surrendering to German troops, 1940
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Moraine-Saulnier/FFW D3801 (HB-RCF) based at Bex, Switzerland. Painted in the colours of MS 406C1 French Armee de l'Air May 1940. Cambrai airshow 2010.
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A Morane Saulnier MS 406 of the French Armee de l` Air, restored and airworthy in the colours of Groupe de Chasse ( fighter group ) " Cicogne " ( Storks ), which operated this fighter type before and during the Battle of France ( 1940 ).
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"Blanchette", nickname of one of the about 200 Fench volounteers that after the Italian armistice joined the RSI and enlisted in the Xa MAS. They were grouped in a company of the Fulmine battalion, the Volontari di Francia company.
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Blown bridge somewhere in northern France,1940.French Panhard armored car (foreground).I'm not familiar with the trucks on the bridge.
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Blown bridge somewhere in northern France,1940. French Panhard armored car (foreground).
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Wilhelm Keitel at the French surrender, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940. (German Federal Archive: Bild 183-1982-0809-503)
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Wilhelm Keitel in front of the rail car that hosted the German surrender of 1918 and would soon host the French surrender of 1940, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940. (German Federal Archive: B 145 Bild-P50287)
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Field Marshall Wilhelm Keitel in front of the rail car that hosted the German surrender of 1918 and would soon host the French surrender of 1940, in Compiègne, France.
German General Keitel at the Second Armistice at Compiègne on 22 June 1940 near Compiègne, France, between Nazi Germany and the French Third Republic.
Keitel in front of the rail car that hosted the German surrender of 1918 and would soon host the French surrender of 1940, Compiègne, France, 22 Jun 1940 Photographer Carl Weinrother German Federal Archive
Forêt de Compiègne lors de la signature de la reddition française.
A 2nd Lt. with a MAS 38 machinepistol, or SMG. The MAS 38 was an unusual weapon: due to the tendency of recoil to lift the barrel and throw off the shooters aim, the designers had the barrel slanted slightly downwards. The weapon saw limited use in 1940.