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Polish Air Force 1939-45



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1 Aug 2008  #1

I am looking for information , log books or photos on Fl Lt Tarkowski ( my Grandfather ) who was in 315 and 307 squadrons - also anything on Deblin prior to 1939 - many thanks


Svenski 1 | 159    
1 Aug 2008  #2

Maybe you have seen those..

orb.polishaf.pl/315sqn/1942/1942-09-no-315-squadron-f540
1942-09 - No. 315 Squadron - F540
dovaly - | 2    
26 Jan 2010  #3

Feb 2, 10, 05:29 - Thread attached on merging:
Polish air force in WWII

Hi, I am a high school student who is having a lot of trouble on her paper. My topic is how the polish air force affected both the culture and morale in Europe during and after WWII. If anyone has any ideas or websites or anything that could help, it would be greatly appreciated. Also, if anyone can give me a simplified version of what the polish air force did in WWII and what their goals were (besides beat the Germans and regain Poland) it would be a huge help. I am more interested in cultural history than military history, and all of the explanations I read left me slightly confused. Thank you for helping me!
Polonius3 1,022 | 13,067    
26 Jan 2010  #4

You might check out the Poles in the RAF:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Non-British_personnel_in_the_RAF_during_the_Battle_of_Britain
dovaly - | 2    
26 Jan 2010  #5

Thanks, that helped clear some things up for me and also lead me to an article on a Polish War Memorial in London that I can use in my paper!
Ironside 43 | 8,206    
24 Nov 2010  #6

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PennBoy 77 | 2,442    
24 Nov 2010  #7

Before the war, the PZL.37B £oś was one of the world's most modern bombers. It was able to carry a heavier bombload than similar aircraft, for example the Vickers Wellington, though the size of the bombs was limited. Smaller than most contemporary medium bombers, it was relatively fast and easy to handle. Thanks to a landing gear with double wheels it could operate from rough fields or meadows.



Trevek 27 | 1,703    
12 Jun 2016  #8

I have a friend whose (Polish) dad was in RAF. He has a log book. I'll ask if he has anything.

Meantime, maybe try these chaps: pism.co.uk/home_en.htm

My friend's dad was 317.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Special:Search?search=Polish+RAF&go=Go&searchToken=7jw897gtcnjhrbfy6d4mzr6uo

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Polish_Air_Forces_in_France_and_Great_Britain



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