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Kościuszko Squadron Image Archive

An Ansaldo Balilla of the Kosciuszko Squadron in action against Russian cavalry, 1920.

The memorial erected in Lwów to honor the American pilots who were killed
defending Poland in the war with the Soviets from 1919 to 1921.

Chief of State Jozef Pilsudski decorating American pilots of the Kosciuszko Squadron.


Polish PZL-11 of the Kosciuszko Squadron in action against the Germans over Warsaw in 1939.


NN Lokuciewski, last Commander of the Kosciuszko Squadron during World War II.
The British monument to the Polish Air Force, Northolt, London.


Four pilots of the Kosciuszko Squadron during the Battle of Britain: Witold Urbanowicz, Jan Zumbach, Miroslaw Feric, and Zdzislaw Henneberg. The four shot down 33 German planes. All have the British Distinguished Flying Cross and the Polish medal for gallantry, the Virtuti Militari.
Polish and American pilots in Great Britain during the Second World War.

Kosciuszko Squadron's ace Witold Urbanowicz's Hurricane.

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