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Damaged Bre.19 aircraft which Boleslaw Orlinski and Leon Kubiak used to fly from Warsaw, Poland to Tokyo, Japan, 1926Bre.19 and other aircraft on display at the Second International Aerospace Exhibition at Kaiserdamm, Berlin, Germany, Oct 1928
Damaged Bre.19 aircraft which Boleslaw Orlinski and Leon Kubiak used to fly from Warsaw, Poland to Tokyo, Japan, 1926Bre.19 and other aircraft on display at the Second International Aerospace Exhibition at Kaiserdamm, Berlin, Germany, Oct 1928
Bre.19 aircraft at rest, date unknownTurkish aviator Ismet Inönü on Bre.19 aircraft
Bre.19 aircraft at rest, date unknownTurkish aviator Ismet Inönü on Bre.19 aircraft 'Istanbul Beyoglu', 1930s
Turkish Bre.19 aircraft Turkish Bre.19 bomber
Turkish Bre.19 aircraft 'Istanbul Eminönü' at rest, 1930sTurkish Bre.19 bomber 'Çorum' and its crew, circa 1930s
Bre.19 aircraft at rest at RAF Hinaidi, Iraq, 1930sTurkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen and others posing before a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938
Bre.19 aircraft at rest at RAF Hinaidi, Iraq, 1930sTurkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen and others posing before a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938
Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen at the rear machine gun of a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen posing in front of a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938
Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen at the rear machine gun of a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen posing in front of a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938
Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen watching armorers at work on her Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen with a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938
Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen watching armorers at work on her Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938Turkish female aviator Sabiha Gökçen with a Bre.19 light bomber, 1937-1938
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Captain Henry P. Jim Crowe, Guadalcanal, 13 Jan 1943