The Longest Day

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The Longest Day movie poster.

Movie (1962)

Starring:
Eddie Albert (Col. Thompson)
Paul Anka (U.S. Army Ranger)
Arletty (Madame Barrault)
Jean-Louis Barrault (Father Louis Roulland)
Richard Beymer (Schultz)
Hans Christian Blech (Maj. Werner Pluskat)

The events of D-Day, told on a grand scale from both the Allied and German points of view.

Airspeed AS.51 Horsa I

TLD HorsaHangar.jpg
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Avro Lancaster B I & Airspeed AS.51 Horsa I

Avro Lancaster of the RAF trailing assault gliders Airspeed Horsa. These gliders were involved in in the D-Day 6th of June 1944 but their trailers were in fact Dakotas, Handley Page Halifaxes or Short Sterlings.

Avro Lancaster B I and Airspeed AS.51 Horsa I of the RAF.

Douglas A-1 Skyraider (acting as Hawker Typhoon)

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TLD Skyraiders.jpg

Dornier Do 18

On the wall, some pictures. At right, probably a Dornier seaplane Dornier Do 18 (others shapes are unidentifiable).

TLD Dornier Do-18.jpg

SNCAN Nord 1002 Pingouin II (acting as Focke-Wulf Fw 190)

French built Nord 1002 Pingouin , post-war production of Messerschmitt Bf-108 Taifun with Renault engine.

Nord 1002 Pingouin II
Nord 1002 Pingouin II
Nord 1002 Pingouin II
Nord 1002 Pingouin II
Nord 1002 Pingouin II

Supermarine Spitfire Mk IX

Four aircrafts loaned to a belgian company (usualy working as tug trailers). Their serials were : MH415 ; MH434 ; MK297 and MK923.
Only a Lead and his wingman are seen. Look at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

TLD Spit.jpg


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