Italian Fighters of World War Two
This is a mix of many of the incredible fighters and bombers the Italians build and flew during the Second World War.
By; Sir Ernie Hamilton Boyette
CR-32 Bi-Wing Fighter
Fiat CR-42 Bi-Wing Fighter
To read about the Cr-42 and see more artwork and profiles please go here!
Fiat Cr.42.... Bi-winged Fighter
Macchi MC.205 III
Above is a photo of the Artist, Sir Ernie Hamilton Boyette, Italian Ace Ugo Drago and a rare Mc.205 in Italy.
To see the Italian Messerschmitts, you must visit their page below.
Mixed Italian Aircraft
Italian Bombers, Mixed
Until I have enough bombers to make another page I will put all other Italian bombers here.
Junkers Ju-87 Stuka
This is a beautiful bomber. It looks like this could have been used for torpedo-bombing. The design is sleek and the bomber looks fast. I will have to do some research on this one.
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I am seeking special commissions. I am unemployed and disabled. I am an honest American citizen that has been caught up in our economic turmoil.
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Sir Ernie Hamilton Boyette
107 Arthur Moore Drive
Green Cove Springs, Florida 32043
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Posted and Counter Started August 10, 2011