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  1. Poland was from 24.X.1795 to Oktober 1918 Poland was divaidet betwen Russian Empire, Prussia and Austro-Hungarian Empire. Adam Haber-Wlynski lived in the Russian Ocupated Part of Poland and got pilot licence 1910 in France by Farman, after that he flouw on air shows in Russia and worked as company test pilot for DUX in Moscow. So he knowed the "Bi Ba Bo" puppets, cabarets, etc. and this figure on his plane resultated from. Most of Polish pilots in Great War served in Russia and Austro-Hungarian Empire, only few in Prussia/Germany.
  2. You are right it is the so. I saw a 1: 1 lozenge at the Berliner Technik Museum, something was visible there.
  3. Rodens 1/48 Fokker is much better than the one in 1/72. I also built a Fokker D.VII from Roden in 1/48 (Degelov), as well as started with the 1/72 kits and gave up for now.
  4. Here my finished kits: https://www.britmodeller.com/forums/index.php?/topic/235083810-fokker-dvii-x3-edaurd-172/
  5. Here my finished kits: Fokker D.VII x3 - Edaurd 1/72 - Ready for Inspection - Aircraft - Britmodeller.com
  6. I just finished my covid 38-40. The EDUARD's kit is very nice and better to build then RODEN's. I will built in future additional 2 Polish and one Finnish Fokker. I have 4 RODEN's kit too and meyby finish it some days in German WW1 markings - who know's. "Bi Ba Bo" flown by Adam Haber-Włyński civilian instructor in Flying School at Ławica air base next to Poznan 1920, after that servet at 15 Fighter Squadron in Polish - Bolshevik War 1919-21 "Memento mori" - 13 Fighter Squadron Polish - Bolshevik war 1920. Flying school in Bydgoszcz 1922-25 - plane is disarmed
  7. Fokker's get wheels. First time I used O-Rings and I'm not happy with.
  8. Today I finished decals on Fokker 7693 from Bydgoszcz Flying School. Wings just laid on struts, bonding will follow tomorrow.
  9. Started at the end of last year, they finally got back to the workshop. Nice kit, fits better then the Roden's one. "Memento mori" - 13 Fighter Squadron Polish - Bolshevik war 1920. "Bi Ba Bo" flown by Adam Haber-Włyński civilian instructor in Flying School at Ławica air base next to Poznan 1920, after that servet at 15 Fighter Squadron in Polish - Bolshevik war. Flying school in Bydgoszcz 1922-25 - plane is disarmed as a training aircraft
  10. It is the personal aircraft of w/cdr Stanislaw Skalski Ace with 22 kills, he used this plane as commanding oficer of the 133 Polish Fighter Wing in June 1944. Malcolm hood is correct for this plane, but Malcolm haven't any frames in front and rear of canopy, only sliding frames to move it.
  11. Thank you, I'm ok now. You are right, Polish squadron markings are a pice of art. Thank you!
  12. Just finished Piaggio PC.7 resin kit from SBS in 1/72 scale. Very nice kit. It is my built 37th for this COVID year, normally I haven't time to make so many kits. Thanks work from home I made unusually many models - most OOB.
  13. Yes, indeed P.11c is a beauty little bird.
  14. Last week I was ill, so I decided to built this little bird OOB. It is my COVID - 36th, ARMA HOBBY PZL P.11c. I corrected the position of radiator, the instrument panel was replaced with Yahu set intended for the Azur kit, required small adjustments, Techmod decals. I don't used any wash. So next Polish khaki bird to bore you Paints I used: Gunze RLM 65 and Hataka Dark Polish Khaki.
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