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La-7 units in 1944/45
by Massimo Tessitori
Updated on March 14, 2017
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Bibliography:

Lavochkin La-7 of Milos Vestsik, MBI: at present time, the most important monograph on La-7, especially on those in Czech service. In English and Czech.

Lagg &Lavochkin Aces of World War 2, of George Mellinger: useful for the story of the Soviet units and pilots.

La-5/7 Fighters in action, of Hans-Heiri Stapfer, Squadron/Signal publications, a good old monograph

Istrebitel La-7, Aviakollectsia 11/2009, of Kotelnikov, Orlov, Jakubovic: good monograph in Russian.

Lavochkin piston-engined fighters, Y.Gordon, Red star n.10: good monograph in English, with many well printed photos, forthemost from factory and tests.

Soviet Air Force fighter colours 1941-45: it has some good photos of La-7.

 

Links:

http://massimotessitori.altervista.org/sovietwarplanes/board/index.php?board=42.0 Many topics on Lavochkins, in English.

http://scalemodels.ru/modules/forum/viewtopic_t_4100_start_0.html excellent reference both for details and historical photos, in Russian.

http://aviadejavu.ru/Site/Crafts/Craft19957.htm site that collects photo from the Russian press.
 
 http://wio.ru/simbols/sov.htm site on the markings of Soviet planes during the GPW.

http://www.aircraftresourcecenter.com/awa01/201-300/awa300-La-7/00.shtm walkaround of the La-7 preserved in the museum of Prague-Kbely.

http://scalemodels.ru/modules/photo/viewcat_cid_142.html walkaround of the La-7 preserved in the museum of Monino.

http://walkarounds.scalemodels.ru/v/walkarounds/avia/before_1950/La-7+Praha+Kbely/ walkaround of the La-7 preserved in the museum of Prague-Kbely.

http://soviet-aces-1936-53.ru/ bibliographies and images of many Soviet aces and their planes. In Russian.

http://www.airaces.narod.ru/all1 bibliographies and images of many Soviet aces and their planes. In Russian.

http://www.warheroes.ru/ bibliographies and images of many Soviet aces and their planes. In Russian.

http://warspot.ru/66-samolety-sovetskih-istrebitelnyh-aviapolkov-chast-i the first of a serie of illustrated articles on many Soviet fighter units. In Russian.
 

 

 

Credits:

I was helped in collecting informations and images by: Aleksandr Ruchkovsky, Vitaliy Timoshenko, Oleg Korytov, PGmonster, Mikhail Bykov, Barneybolac, Michal Sekula (66misos), Pascal, Jason Moore (Learstang), Konstantin Lesnikov (KL), John Thompson, Troy Smith, Pascal, Johann.

Should I have forgotten anyone or written any name badly, please let me know and I'll provide to correct it.