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Sovietwarplanes pages
by Massimo Tessitori

Welcome to Sovietwarplanes Pages. It is devoted to modellistic/historical research and artwork about Soviet military planes.


Most recent updates:

Update of June 30, 2018: Galchenko's LaGG-3 page with profiles was updated.

Update of July 2, 2018: P-39 Airacobras related to A.F. Klubov, 16 GIAP page with profiles was updated.

Update of July 3 2018: The last LaGG: I-105 and I-105-2 page with profiles was uploaded

Update of August 2 2018: The sharkmouthed LaGG page with profile was added.

Update of November 1, 2018: B.71 in German service

Update of November 9, 2018: SB in civilian use: PS-40 and 41

Update of November 19, 2018: B.71 in Bulgarian service

Updates of February 2, 2019: SBs in Spanish Republican service and SBs in Spanish Nationalist and postwar service

Update of March 8, 2019: ANT-40 and ANT-46 prototypes

Update of March 13, 2019: Improving the defensive armament of SB

Update of March 15, 2019: a page on La-5 n.57 of 164 IAP and Early La-5s of 240 IAP "Baumancy" geroju Lukjanovu were added to the La-5 family page

Update of March 20, 2019: The Pterodactyl: test bed for a tricycle landing gear was added to the SB family page


Painting standards evolution

Biplane fighters
Monoplane fighters
Biplane bombers, trainers, reconaissance planes
Monoplane bombers, trainers, reconaissance single-engined planes
Bombers, transport and reconaissance multi-engined planes

colorized historical photos

Page with some historical bw photos

colorized by Massimo Tessitori

This work collects also a lot of photos and drawings from many sources, not always identified and mentioned.
If someone has some rights on the images here reproduced, please email to me and I shall provide to remove or to credit them.
While the historical photos are of public domain (except where otherwise stated), my color profiles and coloured photos are copyrighted.
If someone is interested in any use of them, please email me; higher resolution version is available for printing purposes.
If someone has questions, critiques or corrections, or some further images to show, please email to me.

Massimo Tessitori           [email protected] (remove .nospam)