miércoles, 25 de marzo de 2015

Fotografía antigua de agencia Stukas y Messermicht Vintage photo WWII Stukas and Messerschmitt BF109

Foto que representa unos aviones Stukas y Messerschmitt en un aerodromo alemán
Posiblemente se trate del frente del Norte de Africa pues entraron en un lote con fotos de Agencia de esa zona de Guerra.
Los aviones estan preparándose para el despegue en un cierto orden, valga la expresión,desordenado.

  • El Messerschmitt Bf 109 fue un avión de caza alemán de la Segunda Guerra Mundial diseñado por Willy Messerschmitt a principios de los años 1930 cuando era diseñador jefe de la Bayerische Flugzeugwerke (de ahí que su prefijo sea Bf). Fue uno de los primeros cazas realmente modernos de la época

  • El Junkers Ju 87 o Stuka (del alemán Sturzkampfflugzeug, «bombardero en picado») fue un avión de ataque a tierra biplaza —piloto y artillero de cola— alemán de la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Diseñado por Hermann Pohlmann, el Stuka voló por primera vez en 1935 y se estrenó en combate en 1936 durante la Guerra Civil Española como parte de la Legión Cóndor enviada por la Luftwaffe alemana. 

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La guerra filmada”, serie compuesta por 8 capítulos de 55 minutos de duración, coproducida por TVE y la Filmoteca Española.

Documentales de los bandos, con evidentes tintes propagandísticos y claramente sectarios. Esos son los contenidos de esta serie documental que quiere ofrecer filmaciones realizadas durante la Guerra Civil española. El material lo suministra la Filmoteca Nacional.





British Official photograph photographs are divided into different series.

Each photograph has a title and a legend at the back that describes the image and a number always prefixed with a letter.
The letter/s are:

E series photographs (British Army in North Africa and the Middle East) were taken by: No. 1 Army Film and Photographic Unit
BU and B series photographs (Allied forces in North West Europe) were taken by: No. 5 Army Film and Photographic Unit
SE series (Allied forces in South East Asia) photographs were taken by: No. 9 Army Film and Photographic Unit
  • H series (British Army in Britain) photographs were taken by War Office Official Photographers.
  • A series (Admiralty Official Collection) photographs were taken by Royal Navy Official Photographers
  • C series (Air Ministry Official Collection) photographs were taken by Royal Air Force Official Photographers
  • GM series (British forces in Gibraltar and Malta) photographs were taken by War Office Official Photographers.
     

  • Some photographer’s names of these photographs shown here are:

    Capt. Horton, Capt. Keating, Lt. Cash, Sgt. Flack, Lt. C. J. Ware, Sgt. Laing, Lt. Spender, Lt. Taylor, Sgt. Oakes, Capt. d'Eyncourt, Lt. D. C. Oulds, Sgt. Midgley, Lt. O'Brien, Capt. Gade, Lt. L. Pelman, Sub Lt. D. W. Cooksey, Lt. Vanderson & Sgts. Chetwyn, R.H. Morris & G. Morris, Lts. McLaren & Mayne & Sgt. Slade, Sgt. Morris, Lt. J. E. RussellSgt. J. Deakin, Sgt. Taylor, No 9 Army Film & Photographic Unit, Sgt. Chetwyn, Lt R G G Coote.
     

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