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Skalski???s personal Spitfire, EN459 ZX-1, is being repaired following a mission on 6 April 1943 when it was badly shot up with F/Lt Eugeniusz Horbaczewski at the controls. The aircraft did not return to the unit. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Flight commanders of 306 Sqn, Tadeusz Czerwinski and Stanislaw Skalski, hold a Polish national emblem for a commemorative photo at Church Stanton in 1942. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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???I asked him something that had always puzzled me: Why did he paint his name on the front of his flying helmet? He told me that when all the pilot???s flying gear was lined up on hooks, it all looked the same. When a scramble was called, he did not want to lose one vital second getting airborne to fight the enemy?????"Peter R. Arnold. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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A squadron photographed at Church Stanton on 26??"28 January 1942. Standing (left to right): F/O Kazimierz Rutkowski, unknown, P/O Stanislaw Kedzierski, F/O Witold Szyszkowski, Sgt Wladyslaw Potocki, F/O Ryszard Malczewski, F/O Bohdan Arct, F/Lt Stanislaw Skalski, S/Ldr Antoni Wczelik, F/Lt Tadeusz Czerwinski, F/O Boleslaw Kaczmarek, F/O Edmund Krzeminski, F/O Stanislaw Marcisz, F/O J?lzef Zulikowski, P/O Grzegorz Sologub, unknown. Squatting (left to right): F/O Korneliusz G?lrniak, Sgt Jan Smigielski, F/O Edward Jankowski. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Skalski climbing into the cockpit of PWS-16 No 37. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Squadron group picture taken at Kenley, most likely in the second half of October 1940. Skalski had just returned from hospital and sports a smart moustache. Skalski is front row, three from the right. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Mugshot following Skalski???s arrest in 1948. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Three friends from the air force. ???A??? Flight commander, F/Lt Tadeusz Sawicz; OC 316 Sqn S/Ldr Aleksander Gabszewicz (note the boxing dog emblem on his Mae West); and F/Lt Skalski, ???B??? Flight Commander, by one of the huts at Northolt in April 1942. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Seven P.11Cs of III/4 Dywizjon. Jerzy Pawlak stated that the following pilots were flying (from top): mjr pil. Leopold Pamula; por. pil. Jerzy Slonski; ppor. pil. Zygmunt Kinel; ppor. pil. Jan Falkowski; ppor. pil. Stanislaw Skalski; ppor. pil. Anatol Piotrowski; ppor. pil. Kazimierz Wolinski. Section markings are noticeable on the tail units of some aircraft. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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???B??? Flight after returning from a sortie to Brest on 30 December 1941. Sgt Zdzislaw Horn, Sgt Bruno Kroczynski, F/O Stanislaw Marcisz, F/O Boleslaw Kaczmarek, P/O Grzegorz Sologub, S/Ldr Stanislaw Skalski, F/Sgt Henryk Pietrzak, Sgt Wawrzyniec Jasinski, Tiger, his master P/O Emil Landsmann, Sgt Marcin Machowiak pose by the skipper???s UZ-S. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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It looks like Skalski wants to scramble from behind his desk! For most pilots, being grounded is the worst experience. Skalski spent fourteen years this way in the APRL. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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A unique shot taken by F/O Arct. S/Ldr Skalski describes his air combat while F/Lt Pniak, F/Lt Horbaczewski, W/O Majchrzyk (?), and F/O Martel listen. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Secretary of State for Air, Sir Howard Kingsley Wood, welcomes the first group of Polish airmen to arrive to Britain. This photograph, reproduced in the British press, was Skalski???s media debut. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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The ground crew eager to take on the Mustang III FZ152 SS aircraft from Skalski. Note the different patterns on the tyres and the rather poor appearance of the aircraft???s finish. Skalski was not a lover of military drill and did not care about such details; which is perhaps why he was so well-liked by his men. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Skalski???s Circus??"scramble! One of a series of photographs taken at the end of April 1943. In the foreground is Spitfire IX EN315 ZX-6, Skalski???s regular aircraft. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Hands are a necessary attribute to explaining the virtues of air combat. Here they are being used for the benefit of journalists gathered at Gramercy Park Hotel, 52 Gramercy Park North, New York City. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Skalski in the ???office???. This is the only known photo of Skalski in a 501 Sqn Hurricane. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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Skalski, aged four. THE FIRST fighter ace of WW2 was in fact Polish according to a thrilling new book detailing the little-known life of the first Pole to command British pilots and who faced execution by the Soviets for his gallantry. As well-as claiming to have downed over 22 enemy aircraft, Stanislaw Skalski became the Operating Commander of 601 County of London Squadron after Sqn Ldr John Stuart Taylor DFC and Bar was downed by an Italian Ju 87 on 12th July 1943. As the UK was on the brink of being invaded, Skalski fought in the Battle of Britain for 501 Squadron and was credited with four planes shot down and one shared. He was also shot down himself and bailed out with severe burns which hospitalised him for six weeks. The details of his life and images which offer an insight into his incredible feats are included in a new book, Skalski: Against All Odds, by Franciszek Grabowski and published by Fonthill Media.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Jan Zumbach, lotnik dywizjonu 303, 1969. Jan Zumbach, ps. Kaczor Donald, Johan (1915-1986) - podpulkownik dyplomowany pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski Polskich Sil Powietrznych na obczyznie.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Jan Zumbach, lotnik dywizjonu 303, 1969. Jan Zumbach, ps. Kaczor Donald, Johan (1915-1986) - podpulkownik dyplomowany pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski Polskich Sil Powietrznych na obczyznie.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Jan Zumbach, lotnik dywizjonu 303, 1969. Jan Zumbach, ps. Kaczor Donald, Johan (1915-1986) - podpulkownik dyplomowany pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski Polskich Sil Powietrznych na obczyznie.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Jan Zumbach, lotnik dywizjonu 303, 1969. Jan Zumbach, ps. Kaczor Donald, Johan (1915-1986) - podpulkownik dyplomowany pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski Polskich Sil Powietrznych na obczyznie.
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PHOTO: DANUTA B. LOMACZEWSKA / EAST NEWS Stanislaw Skalski na kiermaszu ksiazki w Warszawie, maj 1969. Stanislaw Skalski (1915-2004) - general brygady pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski okresu II wojny swiatowej o najwyzszej liczbie zestrzelen wsrod polskich pilotow. Odznaczony Krzyzem Zlotym Orderu Wojennego Virtuti Militari.
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PHOTO: DANUTA B. LOMACZEWSKA / EAST NEWS Stanislaw Skalski na kiermaszu ksiazki w Warszawie, maj 1969. Stanislaw Skalski (1915-2004) - general brygady pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski okresu II wojny swiatowej o najwyzszej liczbie zestrzelen wsrod polskich pilotow. Odznaczony Krzyzem Zlotym Orderu Wojennego Virtuti Militari.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Polscy lotnicy, uczestnicy Bitwy o Anglie, 1965. N/Z: Stanislaw Skalski Stanislaw Skalski (1915-2004) - general brygady pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski okresu II wojny swiatowej o najwyzszej liczbie zestrzelen wsrod polskich pilotow. Odznaczony Krzyzem Zlotym Orderu Wojennego Virtuti Militari.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Polscy lotnicy, uczestnicy Bitwy o Anglie, 1965. N/Z: Stanislaw Skalski Stanislaw Skalski (1915-2004) - general brygady pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski okresu II wojny swiatowej o najwyzszej liczbie zestrzelen wsrod polskich pilotow. Odznaczony Krzyzem Zlotym Orderu Wojennego Virtuti Militari.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Polscy lotnicy, uczestnicy Bitwy o Anglie, 1965. N/Z: Stanislaw Skalski Stanislaw Skalski (1915-2004) - general brygady pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski okresu II wojny swiatowej o najwyzszej liczbie zestrzelen wsrod polskich pilotow. Odznaczony Krzyzem Zlotym Orderu Wojennego Virtuti Militari.
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PHOTO: PIOTR BARACZ/EAST NEWS Polscy lotnicy, uczestnicy Bitwy o Anglie, 1965. N/Z: od prawej Stanislaw Skalski, Kazimierz Wunsche, Marian Duryasz-Hurr Stanislaw Skalski (1915-2004) - general brygady pilot Wojska Polskiego, as mysliwski okresu II wojny swiatowej o najwyzszej liczbie zestrzelen wsrod polskich pilotow. Odznaczony Krzyzem Zlotym Orderu Wojennego Virtuti Militari.
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Fot. RAF/East News Pilot Franciszek Kornicki z zona Patience Ceridwen Williams, koniec lat 40. We wrzesniu 2017 plk Franciszek Kornicki zostal wybrany na glownego bohatera obchodow 100-lecia Krolewskich Sil Powietrznych (RAF) w 2018
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Fot. RAF/East News Pilot Franciszek Kornicki na skrzydle samolotu Spitfire, Anglia, II wojna swiatowa We wrzesniu 2017 plk Franciszek Kornicki zostal wybrany na glownego bohatera obchodow 100-lecia Krolewskich Sil Powietrznych (RAF) w 2018
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Fot. RAF/East News Pilot Franciszek Kornicki, Anglia, II wojna swiatowa We wrzesniu 2017 plk Franciszek Kornicki zostal wybrany na glownego bohatera obchodow 100-lecia Krolewskich Sil Powietrznych (RAF) w 2018
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Fot. RAF/East News Pilot Franciszek Kornicki, Anglia, II wojna swiatowa. We wrzesniu 2017 plk Franciszek Kornicki zostal wybrany na glownego bohatera obchodow 100-lecia Krolewskich Sil Powietrznych (RAF) w 2018
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Fot. Muzeum Wojska Polskiego / East News Pilot Stanislaw Skalski (1915-2004), najlepszy polski as mysliwski z okresu II wojny swiatowej - tu jako dowodca "Cyrku Skalskiego" - Dywizjonu 317, 1942.
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