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Augusta, Sicily, Italy. September 1943. Airmen of No. 3 (Kittyhawk) Squadron Royal Australian Air Force, looking over an Italian Breda Ba-25...

Augusta, Sicily, Italy, September 1943. A Pilot Officer John of No. 3…

Royal Australian Air Force and Italian ground crew personnel together at the Grottaglie airfield, Southern Italy, summer 1943. In the backgr...

“Little Caproni” for Australian pilots A school and tourist plane Caproni Ca.100, perhaps of a Sicilian flying club, seized by the Royal Australian Air Force after the conquest of the Sicily, repainted by the RAAF’s colors and insignia.

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1944 Royal New Zealand Air Force Fly with the Victory Squadrons Poster Reprint

1944 Royal New Zealand Air Force

World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), 5th Photo Reconnaissance Group, 4th Photo Squadron, Cpl. Donald Krasno (Photo Lab Tech), Italy, Winter, 1944

World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), 5th Photo Reconnaissance Group, 4th Photo Squadron, Cpl. Donald Krasno (Photo Lab Tech), behind the photo lab, Italy, 1944

World War Two, United States Army Air Force (U.S.A.A.F.), 5th Photo Reconnaissance Group, 4th Photo Squadron: "Mail call." Handwritten on back: "Must read a letter from home!" Cpl. Donald Krasno (Photo Lab Tech), Italy, 1944 or 1945

Lot 11638-7: Operation Husky - Invasion of Sicily, Italy, 9 July – August 17, 1943. Italian Airmen and Their Liberators. Hundreds of Italian aviators escaped from the mainland and volunteered their services to the Allies. Here is one working on an engine, September 1943. Office of War Information Photograph.