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World War II/Bombers/Handley Page HP.56 Halifax/Great Britain
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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax

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Halifax Prototype
Unit: unknown
Serial: R9534

The prototype.

Artist: © Richard Ward
Source: "The Handley Page Halifax B.III, VI, VII", by Philip J.R.Moyes. Profile Publications Ltd, No.11

Discussion: Comments
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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | Halifax Prototype | R9534
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.?
Unit: GB I/25 "Tunisie", 347 (French) Sqn, RAF
Serial: L8-P

England, 1944. Dark Green and Dark Earth with Black undersides.

Artist: © Don Greer
Source: 'Armee de l'Air', A Squadron Signal Publications

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | GB I/25 "Tunisie", 347 (French) Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.? | L8-P
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.I Series I
Unit: 35 Sqn, RAF
Serial: K (L9490)

This aircraft was part of first Halifax operation of the war, and carries the early camouflage scheme with a wavy demarcation line between the upper and lower surfaces.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Handley Page HP.56 Halifax in action', A Squadron/Signal Publications

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 35 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.I Series I | K (L9490)
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.I Series I
Unit: 35 Sqn, RAF
Serial: K9496 ?

No additional information

Artist: © Romer
Source: Modellbau-heute

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 35 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.I Series I | K9496 ?
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.I Series I
Unit: 76 Sqn, RAF
Serial: MP-L (L9530)

Pilot - Christopher Cheshire. Linton-on-Ouse air base. On 1st May 1941. Next month squadron moved to Middleton. Upper surfaces - standard camouflage, lower surfaces are Black.

Artist: unknown
Source: unknown

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 76 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.I Series I | MP-L (L9530)
05/08/2013



Artist: unknown
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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 76 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.I Series I | MP-L (L9530)
05/08/2013



Artist: unknown
Source: 'Handley Page HP.56 Halifax in action', A Squadron/Signal Publications
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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 76 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.I Series I | MP-L (L9530)
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.II
Unit: ? Sqn, RAF
Serial: EL-P (BL-P ?)

This aircraft seems to be a complete mystery. No bomber squadron wore these letters.

May be a misreading of source material and could in fact be 'BL-P'. This code although applied throughout the war on 40 Sqn aircraft was also worn by 1665 Heavy Conversion Unit (HCU) in 1943. These units were the last port of call for bomber crews before squadrons unless they were destined for a Lancaster sqn and then they moved on to Lancaster Finishing School.

Artist: unknown
Source: Guerra Mondiale

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | ? Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.II | EL-P (BL-P ?)
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.II Series I
Unit: 10 Sqn, RAF
Serial: ZF-A (BB220)

The airplane carries the later straight demarcation line between the upper and lower surfaces. LAPG-built aircraft.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Handley Page HP.56 Halifax in action', A Squadron/Signal Publications

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 10 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.II Series I | ZF-A (BB220)
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.II Series I
Unit: 35 Sqn, RAF
Serial: TL-P (W7676)

The machine remained n French service until it was sold for scrap in 1949.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Handley Page HP.56 Halifax in action', A Squadron/Signal Publications

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 35 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.II Series I | TL-P (W7676)
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.II Series I
Unit: 35 Sqn, RAF
Serial: TL-S (W1048)

A appearance reconstruction of Halifax Mk.II Srs.1 W1048 made in the beginning of 1942 by English Electric company. On 27th of April 1942 it flew up from the Scottish airfield Kinloss to its first and at the same time the last operational flight, piloted by P/O D.McIntyre, together with some other Halifaxes of 35th squadron and with airplanes of two further squadrons it should attack German battleship Tirpitz which was anchored in Foettenfjord near Trondheim in Norway. Being here the crew threw down the load of four special spherical deep charges having weight 425 kgs each, but then their machine was hit into the right outer engine, and landed forcibly on icebound surface of lake Hoklingen. Five crew members escaped through Sweden, one of them was taken captive. Their plane sunk to the depth of 27 metres down, in the year 1973 the wreck was hoisted and became a part of RAF Museum exposition at Hendon airfield.

Artist: unknown
Source: http://mujweb.atlas.cz/Veda/airwar/

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 35 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.II Series I | TL-S (W1048)
05/08/2013

Halifax B.Mk.II Series I (Special) "Haigs for Victory"
Unit: 10 Sqn, RAF
Serial: ZA-X (BB324)

This aircraft was lost in action during June of 1943.

Artist: unknown
Source: 'Handley Page HP.56 Halifax in action', A Squadron/Signal Publications

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Handley Page HP.56 Halifax | Great Britain | 10 Sqn, RAF | Halifax B.Mk.II Series I (Special) "Haigs for Victory" | ZA-X (BB324)
05/08/2013

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