P.Z.L. P.24 from the Front
Here we see a P.Z.L. P.24 from the front. This was the export version of the standard Polish fighter of 1939, the P.Z.L. P.11, designed to use engines other than Bristol radials so the type could be exported without running into problems with the Bristol production licence. The P.Z.L. P.24 shared the same basic layout as every member of the family back to the P.Z.L. P.1, in particular the Pulawski gull wings, designed to improve the pilot's view compared to standard parasol wings.
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