Wednesday, August 24, 2016

An Italian Observer

Today we bring you a groovy shot of a not-so-well-known bird from the land of pasta, meatballs, really tasty bread, and the Mafia. Admittedly, your blogmeister knows little about most Italian aircraft of the Second World War... or any other era for that matter. But he sure does dig 'em.

Anyhoo, here's what we know... or think we know... about this-here really cool pikshur: the bird is an IMAM (Industrie Meccaniche Aeronautiche Meridionali) Ro.37 Lince (Lynx) of 39 Squadriglia Osservazione Aerea (39th Aerial Observation Squadron), the paesaggio (landscape) down there is apparently France (France), and the anno (year) is apparently 1940.

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