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Focke-Wulf FW-190

The FW-190 was fast, hard-hitting, maneuverable and a great climber, and arguably Germany's best all-around fighter.  The first FW-190 is from La Ferte Alais, south of Paris.  The next FW-190 is at Le Bourget, north of Paris!  :) Finally, the last three photos are from Udvar Hazy, outside of Washington, DC.  The FW-190 was such a capable aircraft that, for instance, at Dieppe on August 19, 1942, FW-190 ace Josef Wurmheller shot down seven Allied airplanes.

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