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Movie (1933)
French title : Le défenseur de la cité

Starring:
Maria Bogda (Maryla)
Tekla Trapszo (Miss Polaska, Maryla's babysitter)
Adam Brodzisz (Jan Podlaski)
Władysław Walter (Kuba Kłos, sergeant mechanic)

Jan Podlaski is one of the most brilliant pilot. Not only a world record holder, he is a engineer and love by Maryla. But during an airshow, his plane crashes and Jan survives by miracle. Could he fly again ?

Fokker F.VIIB/3m

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PWS-10

Facing us, in the dark background, what is probably a PWS-10 (note the oil cooler reflecting the light). This first indigeneous polish fighter entered service from 1932 in the Polish Air Force. But their mediocre flight characteristics and performance led the purchase of Avia BH-33 in 1933. PWS-10 was then relegated to training duties.

PTO PWS-10 real.jpg

Later, as Jan is on his drawing table, a model is seen on the writing desk.

PTO PWS-10.jpg

Unidentified Blériot-SPAD Fighter

The yellow line highlighted the I-shaped interplane strut of a Spad 51 or Spad 61, both used by the Siły Powietrzne (the Polish Air Force) before PWS-10 reached front line units.

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PWS A (Avia BH-33)

Name for the 50 BH-33 licence-built in Poland.

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Trio aerobatics including aircraft code 1 and 2 and 10.

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Take off of PWS A s/n 4.3 built in 1930. Code 8 on both sides, 55 K under the wings. Insigna of 122nd Fighter Flight, 2nd Air Regiment on the right side (please note that image is flipped). This aircraft was destroyed on 9 May 1935.

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As other aircraft of 122nd Fighter Flight, 2nd Air Regiment, an allegoric emblem is worn on the right side whilst the left side is adorned with a geometric tactical paint.

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PTO PWS-A 10.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

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Introducing the airshow.

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PWS 14

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