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What was the best fighter of World War 2?
1. Supermarine Spitfire [ 5 ]  [15.62%]
2. Hawker Hurricane [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
3. Messerschmitt Bf-109 [ 10 ]  [31.25%]
4. Focke-Wulf Fw-190 [ 6 ]  [18.75%]
5. Macchi MC.205 Veltro [ 1 ]  [3.12%]
6. Mitsubishi A6M5 Zero [ 0 ]  [0.00%]
7. IAR-80/81 [ 1 ]  [3.12%]
8. North American P-51 Mustang [ 6 ]  [18.75%]
9. Grumman F-6F Hellcat [ 1 ]  [3.12%]
10. Other [ 2 ]  [6.25%]
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Alex30cag
Posted on February 14, 2011 04:45 pm
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Ivote FW 190 , socond bf 109 , but in a unofficial classament the IAR 80 was fourth from the best ww2 fighters :D
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Posted on February 14, 2011 04:47 pm
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Greate question and greate topic :roll: :D
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Posted on February 14, 2011 08:02 pm
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QUOTE (Alex30cag @ February 14, 2011 10:45 pm)
in a unofficial classament the IAR 80 was fourth from the best ww2 fighters :D

That myth should be put to bed as soon as possible. :angry:

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Posted on February 15, 2011 04:16 pm
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QUOTE (Alex30cag @ February 15, 2011 04:16 pm)
http://www.agero-stuttgart.de/REVISTA-AGER...u%20Valenas.htm
here i defint that information


As Denes said, this myth must end!
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Dénes
Posted on February 15, 2011 06:07 pm
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QUOTE (Alex30cag @ February 15, 2011 10:16 pm)
http://www.agero-stuttgart.de/REVISTA-AGER...u%20Valenas.htm
here i defint that information

That lists starts badly:
>>1529. - Conrad Haas din Sibiu realizează prima rachetă în trepte.
What does Conrad Haas and Rumania have in common? :o

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QUOTE (Dénes @ February 15, 2011 06:07 pm)
What does Conrad Haas and Rumania have in common? :o

Don't you start that! It will end up in cries of "treason" :lol:
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Posted on February 15, 2011 07:00 pm
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i also a mystery to me what Hermann Oberth's activity at Peenemünde has to do with the Romanian Airforce.
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Posted on February 15, 2011 07:52 pm
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yes now i see :lol: in 1529 i think that rocket was put on a bird :D :lol:
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Posted on February 15, 2011 07:55 pm
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and to IAR 39 is a picture with IAR 80
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QUOTE
What does Conrad Haas and Rumania have in common?

Sibiu - Hermannstadt!
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QUOTE (ANDREAS @ February 15, 2011 10:24 pm)
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What does Conrad Haas and Rumania have in common?

Sibiu - Hermannstadt!

Cum te cheama pui de dac? :D
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Posted on February 15, 2011 11:02 pm
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QUOTE (Dénes @ February 15, 2011 06:07 pm)
QUOTE (Alex30cag @ February 15, 2011 10:16 pm)
http://www.agero-stuttgart.de/REVISTA-AGER...u%20Valenas.htm
here i defint that information

That lists starts badly:
>>1529. - Conrad Haas din Sibiu realizează prima rachetă în trepte.
What does Conrad Haas and Rumania have in common? :o

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Come, on, what question is that (again)? :angry:

The same thing that, say, the the Neolithic culture from what is nowadays’
Romania, with its artifacts displayed last year in NY, has to do with the country. And at least as much as he has in common with today's Germany. Sibiu = Hermannstadt, Sibiu = Romania.

On the other hand, I agree about the IAR 80 myth. I wish it was the 4th best fighter in WW 2, but unfortunalelly it wasn't. But I think it was a great fighter, nevertheless.

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QUOTE (Agarici @ February 16, 2011 05:02 am)
Come, on, what question is that (again)?  :angry:

Even after participating in this forum from the very beginning, I didn't realise that such a simple and clear issue can actually still cause controversy among some forum members. <_<

Conrad Haas has nothing to do with Rumania, or the Rumanian aviation. Listing him here is misleading, and incorrect.

It's just like, say, listing one of the outstanding Turkish fighters who was happened to be born in present-day Rumania as an occupier, among the great Rumanian warriors. Or, why not, Horthy could also be listed as of Rumanian origin, as he was originating from Nagybanya (in Rumanian Baia Mare), TRansylvania. See his official title: vitez nagybanyai Horthy Miklos. Which could also be said, with the same twisted logic: Nicolae Horti, viteazul de Baia Mare... :lol:

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Denes is right, Conrad Haas has nothing to do with Romania.
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