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Longer titles found: De Havilland Mosquito operational history (view), List of de Havilland Mosquito operators (view), List of surviving de Havilland Mosquitos (view)

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Retrieved 17 June 2020. Hickman, Kennedy (2012). "World War II: De Havilland Mosquito". About.com. Retrieved 6 January 2012. Wills, Philip (1966). British
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German type XXI submarine, U-2502, comes under cannon fire from a De Havilland Mosquito FB Mark VI during an attack on four surfaced U-boats and an M-class
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Squadron RAAF arrived from RAF Colerne, equipped with a mix of de Havilland Mosquito II's and VI's. On 29th January 1944 Mosquito XVII's arrived but
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Breadner, was killed after an air gunnery exercise, while flying a de Havilland Mosquito from RCAF Station Debert, in Nova Scotia. He was the only son of
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Squadron RAF with Spitfire VIII aircraft, No. 211 Squadron RAF with de Havilland Mosquito VI aircraft, and a detachment of No. 685 Squadron RAF with Mosquito
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Tactical Air Force on strikes into Occupied France in company with the de Havilland Mosquito prior to, and after, D-Day. The typical light bomber in use by the
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Blenheim Mk IV Bomber Blood Red Skies Designer 2018 Blood Red Skies: de Havilland Mosquito Squadron Blood Red Skies Designer 2018 Blood Red Skies: German –
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altitude the test vehicles would be carried by a parent aircraft, a De havilland Mosquito The design was to be powered by a 362 kg (800 lbs.) thrust hydrogen