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GLOSTER GLADIATOR 
Mk.I, Mk. II and SEA GLADIATOR
a complete panorama
Going on with the FW 190A saga we have made a comprehensive set of the A-8 version liveries. Some with the distinctive "blown" canopy

The Gloster Gladiator was the last British biplane fighter and saw service with Royal Air Force and with Royal Navy.
More than 200 Gladiators were sold to China, Belgium, Egypt, Finland, Free France, Latvia, Lithuania, Portugal, Sweden, South Africa, Greece, Iraq, Ireland, Norway.

You will find depicted here all these liveries. Pre WWII and WWI are covered, just like the Finnish Winter War with particular highlight on the Swedish Volunteer Wing.

The Focke Wulf FW 190A-9 was the last version of the FW 190A generation. Next to came the F and G planes.
We also covered all the version of the Allison propelled P-51 Mustang with the Royal Air Force colors and the and the A-36 Apache ground attack version. 
The R.A.F. schemes also include some "foreign" nations, like Canada and Poland