By Giorgio Apostolo, Giovanni Massimello
Flying airplane equivalent to the Macchi 200-202, Fiat G.50 and biplane Fiat CR.42, the Italian fighter pilots have been recognized by way of their Allied opposite numbers as courageous rivals blessed with sound flying skills, yet utilising under-gunned and underpowered apparatus. Following the Italian hand over in September 1943, a few aces persisted to take the struggle to the Allies as a part of the Luftwaffe-run ANR, which used to be built with way more effective gear resembling the Bf 109G, Macchi 205V and Fiat G.55. Flying those kinds, the handful of ANR squadrons persevered to oppose Allied bombing raids on northern Italy till VE-Day.
By Martin Heidegger. A cura di Franco Volpi
By (ZOVATTO Paolo Lino) -
Firenze, Sansoni, 1957, 16mo brossura editoriale, pp. 185 con testo greco e latino a fronte e numerose tavole fotografiche fuori testo (Il Melagrano, 179-181) .