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Wrecked French Potez 630 and Farman 220 aircraft at Baalbek, Syria, 1941

Caption   Wrecked French Potez 630 and Farman 220 aircraft at Baalbek, Syria, 1941 ww2dbase
Source    ww2dbaseAustralian War Memorial
Identification Code   P00064.030
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Potez 630   Main article  Photos  
F.220   Main article  Photos  
Campaigns in the Middle East   Main article  Photos  
Photos at Same Place Baalbek, Syria, French Syria and Lebanon
Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 20 Nov 2013
Licensing  Public Domain

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1. Derringer says:
22 Jan 2016 07:18:16 AM

Not a Bloch 200 at all. Potez or Farman 221
2. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
22 Jan 2016 07:54:32 PM

You are absolutely right. This is a Farman F.220 on the right. The caption and links have been updated. That you for pointing this out.

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