Nazi invasion of the Netherlands 1940. Notice folded up bicycles as part of their equipment.///Its also wrong I believe. The Germans used a single strap parachute cord, not two. Correct me if I'm wrong.

German Paratroops enter Holland 1940 (Original) (Signed) art by Fortunino Matania

The Fokker G.I was a Dutch heavy twin-engined fighter plane comparable in size and role to the German Messerschmitt Bf 110 and the British Mosquito. Although in production prior to World War II, its combat introduction came at a time when the Netherlands was overrun. The few G.1s that were mustered into service were able to score some victories, but ultimately the aircraft was withdrawn from operations, and the remainder of the production run was taken over by the Luftwaffe as trainers.

The Fokker G.I was a Dutch heavy twin-engined fighter plane comparable in size and role to the German Messerschmitt Bf 110 and the British Mosquito.

X-9 Dornier Do-24K, Netherlands http://www.dornier24.com/pages/Do-24K.html

Dornier Engine: three BMW Bramo radial air-cooled engines of 1000 hp each Wing span: m Length: m Height: m Max. speed: 340 km/h Service ceiling: 5900 m.

Fokker G.I Faucher 1

Fokker GI -Had started at from Waalhaven airfield after having shot Two German Bf 110 planes had to make emergency landing at Zevenbergen which wreckt the plane Pilot :Buwalda and Gunner: Wagenaar.

German artillery in northern Africa.

Gunners of Afrikakorps (DAK- Deutsches AfrikaKorps ) make fire with a heavy howitzer-cannon Kanone 18 in Mörserlafette” in North Africa in

Fokker D.XXIII in flight, 1939

Fokker D.XXIII The Fokker D.XXIII was a Dutch single-seat fighter designed and built by Fokker. Only one aircraft was flown before the country was invaded by the Germans in May 1940

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