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99% of people can't name each of these World War II planes from an image. Can you?

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42. Some interesting planes that i haven't seen before, but the majority were pretty simple.

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48. I insist a real Fw190 is powered by a radial!

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Good quiz. 49/49. I was in doubt only with A5N ,as it kind of didnt look as it should,but at the and it was neither of the rest :D

Some odditiess from old sturm there,nice. And Avia BH33. How did it even get there? Still have its paper model at parents house :)

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The problem with the hints was the nationality was shown in the pictures, I think I would have a few wrong if the markings and paint scheme was not there

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49/49 and I didn't find it hard.

 

I very nearly screwed up on number 48, man that was a bad image of an La-5.

The problem with the hints was the nationality was shown in the pictures, I think I would have a few wrong if the markings and paint scheme was not there

Sometimes the markings were misleading though. The CW-21 was shown in German markings (Anyone notice they used an IL-2 1946 screenshot?) and the A5M looked very much like pre-war USN markings.

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48... almost... Yes, too bad they have visible country markings, makes ID by exclusion often enough too simple.

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Had fun, 47 of 49 ... and that "Do 217" was a Do 17 Z

(PS: the most beautiful 190s are the Longnoses!)

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nice quiz but my selections were often formed more by knowing what, out of the 4 choices, it wasnt.  47/49.

 

Had it been an straightforward "name the plane"  I think that score would have been quartered!

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Sometimes the markings were misleading though. The CW-21 was shown in German markings (Anyone notice they used an IL-2 1946 screenshot?) and the A5M looked very much like pre-war USN markings.

It wasn't even an A5M, it was a P-26.

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Question 50 was more difficult :

"Which WWII Messerschmitt combat plane is in this image ?"

- Bf 109 G-6 AS

- Bf 109 G-10

- Bf 109 G-14

- Bf 109 K-4

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45 out of 49. More difficult then expected. Mostly it just worked to rule out most other options. That's more or less cheating. 

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I got 35. With all the french planes I had to use the markings.

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47 :) Although I had about two lucky guesses.

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It wasn't even an A5M, it was a P-26.

Yep, that's why I was a bit confused. But none of the listed answers was any closer to it,so I chose A5M. Even it wasnt correct,according the quizmaster it was :)
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I'm not a total plane nerd ;)  but I got 45.

 

Fun quiz though :salute: 

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Question 50 was more difficult :

"Which WWII Messerschmitt combat plane is in this image ?"

- Bf 109 G-6 AS

- Bf 109 G-10

- Bf 109 G-14

- Bf 109 K-4

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Again, all wrong answers. How much did you score up to 49?

 

It is a Bf-109 F in the MTO, shot down by Barry Hamblin piloting a Spitfire Mk.V during the Battle of the Bone.

 

Now, we can guess what kind of Friedrich it was... 2? .. 4? ;)

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46 , but is was no Do 217 because it is the Do17.

Martin

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40 at the first try, 46 at the second. So I'm still able to learn. But the success in the second time was more like 'memory'.

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48/49. Missed the very first one. I have to admit there were a couple of planes I'd never seen before so those were more guess than skill. But I think in a lot of cases WWII era planes from most countries followed a certain design philosophy. So I'll say they were educated guesses. I question the P-43 Lancer too. The plane pictured didn't look this.

 

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Is it possible it was a P-35?

 

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This is a AT-6 texan modified on the picture not a real P-43.

Hopefully the others responses are planes totality differents.

Same for the mistake with A5M and P-26

 

The guy who make the quiz is definitively not in the 1%.

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