Focke-Wolf Fw 190 German plane shot down in the Battle of Leningrad

Focke-Wolf Fw 190

Soviet servicemen visiting the German Focke-Wulf Fw 190A-4 aircraft, shot down in the Battle of Leningrad.
Focke-Wolf Fw 190 belonged to Group I of the 54th Fighter Squadron (the coat of arms of the city of Nuremberg on the nose of the aircraft). The image of the heart under the cockpit of the pilot is the famous “Green Heart” (“Grünherz”), the emblem of the 54th Fighter Squadron.

 

 

Location: Leningrad Region, USSR
Photo by Nikolay Khandogin

In : 1943

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