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Royal Air Force Museum London - Bombers Hall - Boeing B-17
England

The Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress in the Bombers Hall at Royal Air Force Museum in Hendon, London - England.

The B-17 was one of the most important American bomber during WWII in Europe.

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Uploaded: 17/10/2012
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Tags: museum; airforce; airplane; aircraft; bomber; militar; hangar; hendon; aviation; historic
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