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Fieseler FI.156 Storch / 72-010 /
1.One of six Fi 156C-1 Storch sent to the Condor Legion in Spain for testing and valuation under combat conditions.

2. Fi 156 C-5 of Liaison Flight of Italian Armed Forces High Command at Slovenia-Dalmatia area. Mostar, 1942.

3. The pilot of this plane escaped from the Soviet captivity, having taken off from Libava in Alem, Sweden, on May, 1st 1945.

4. Fi 156 C-3/Ttrop. North Africa, January, 1943. 

5. Fi 156 C-3, Stab. II/ StG 1. Crashed in Ukraine, November 5, 1942 

6. The unknown Armeecommando, Demjansk, March , 1942. The plane it is painted in standard RLM 70/71/65, over which the temporary white is put. The symbol on a tai plane belongs to an army staff.

7. Fi 156 C-2, Sanitats Flugberetschaft 8. Crimea, 1942. 

8. Fi 156 C-3 of Royal Romanian Air Force, Besarabia,autumn1942. Note original splitter camouflage covered by large patches of khaki paint.

9. Fi 156 C-1 of Royal Hungarian Air Force, crashed in fog, Don area. Winter 1943.