Different style, new "nose art" (historically found on a P47...)
Card has the classic arrow, obvioulsy system choosen for WWI Bomber.


C47 ou "Dakota", il a joué un rôle très important pendant la seconde guerre mondiale. Il servait au largage de parachutistes, au remorquage de planeurs et aussi au transport de matériels. En tout, près de 13 000 DC-3 furent construits dont 10 000 furent utilisés pour un usage militaire.

The Douglas C-47 Skytrain or Dakota is a military transport aircraft that was developed from the Douglas DC-3 airliner. It was used extensively by the Allies during World War II.
During World War II, the armed forces of many countries used the C-47 and modified DC-3s for the transport of troops, cargo and wounded. Over 10,000 aircraft were produced in California and Oklahoma.
In Europe, the C-47 and a specialized paratroop variant, the C-53 Skytrooper, were used in vast numbers in the later stages of the war, particularly to tow gliders and drop paratroops. In the Pacific, with careful use of the island landing strips of the Pacific Ocean, C-47s were even used for ferrying soldiers serving in the Pacific theater back to the United States.

The same one during night mission !
Perhaps, one of my next cards ?


Essai de carte de déplacement pour bombardier - type B17G
taille de carte identique à celles de chasseur mais déplacements réduits.
Same size than fighter cards, but reduced movements


Official size for such Bomber card: 11.006 cm * 8.2 cm
fire B and B for rear guns, ball and top touret
fire A and B short and long range for others (side and front)
add one canon on top with B/B.
Change some fire angles.
Add some details.


"image corrigée"
Le fleuron de la Kriegsmarine.
One of the most famous warships of the WWII.

Displacement: 41,700 tonnes standard 50,900 tonnes full load
Length: 251 metres (823.5 ft) overall 241.5 metres (792.3 ft) waterline
Beam: 36.0 metres (118.1 ft) waterline
Draft: 9.3 metres (30.5 ft) standard 10.2 metres (33.5 ft) full load
Propulsion: 12 Wagner high-pressure;3 Blohm & Voss geared turbines;3 three-blade propellers, 4.70 m diameter 150,170 hp (121 MW)
Speed: 30.1 knots during trials (one work claims a speed of 31.1 knots
Range: 8,525 nm at 19 knots (35 km/h)
Complement: 2,092: 103 officers 1,989 men (1941)
Aircraft carried: 4×Arado Ar 196 A-3, with 1 double-ended catapult