Annotations by remi_brouillaud371

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Even on yhis "flopped" photo, we can see here a part of Pisa San Giusto airfield.

Source: WWII US Air Force Photos » Page 1

Made 11 Sep 2014

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Tail markings denotes 460th Bomb Group, so probably on Spinazzola airfield, Italy.

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Made 09 Sep 2014

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This is Cesenatico airfield, used by allied forces from december 1944 to july 1945.

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Made 08 Sep 2014

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Modena airfield seems not to have been used by any air force during WWII.

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Made 08 Sep 2014

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Pisa airdrome can be recognized here.

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Made 04 Sep 2014

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Pisa airdrome installations.

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Made 04 Sep 2014

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This is Bologna airfield

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Made 04 Sep 2014

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Actual chart of Persan-Beaumont airfield, with its runways, taxiways anddispersal areas, when used by American forces.

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Made 23 Aug 2014

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A-48 is Brétigny sur Orge airfield.

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Made 22 Aug 2014

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Villacoublay airfield and repair shops.

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Made 21 Aug 2014

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Seems to be Daimler-Benz engines used on Fw 190D.

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Made 21 Aug 2014

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Nice-La Californie airfield will be later numbered Y-52. Note the ditches digged by the Germans evry 100 meters, rendering the airfield unusable.

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Made 21 Aug 2014

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Canne Mandelieu airfield, will be numberd Y-11 in november 1944, after being liberated by allied forces.

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Made 21 Aug 2014

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Issy les Moulineaux airfield, Paris, France.

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Made 18 Aug 2014

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Issy les Moulineaux airfield, will be numbered A-53 when liberated.

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Made 18 Aug 2014

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Nice la Californie airfield, the pre war civilian airfield which will became Y-52 when liberated by the allied forces.

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Made 17 Aug 2014

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Avignon Chateaublanc airfield. Already abandonned by luftwaffe. Now known as Avignon Caumont Airfield.

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Made 25 Sep 2013

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Hyères-Le Palyvestre: this aifield, skirted by a railway track, IS the BAN (Base Aéro Navale/Naval Air Station) Hyères Le Palyvestre. To day it is the...

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Made 25 Apr 2013

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La Rochelle-Laleu airfield

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Made 09 May 2012

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Romorantin airfield

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Made 09 May 2012

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