Aeroplane Monthly 1979-12
D.Middleton - Airspeed's Silent Warhorse (3)
Horsas and Dakotas in Italy ready for the Allied landings in southern France, 1944.
Horsa I HS103 is readied for towing to the runway.
A Horsa displays the black and yellow underside of a glider trainer.
Голландия, сентябрь 1944 года: операция "Маркет Гарден" в полном разгаре. Висящие на стропах парашютов и суетящиеся на летном поле английские десантники еще не знают, что большинству из них через несколько дней суждено погибнуть или понуро брести под конвоем в колоннах военнопленных...
Paratroops land on the outskirts of Arnhem, amid de-tailed Horsa IIs.
Horsas of the main force of the 6th Airborne Division scattered over their landing zone in Normandy.
Massed Horsas at the RAF Transport Command Training Station, Netheravon, Wiltshire, late in 1945.
Iinvasion-striped Horsas await the call to duty.
After its use since 1948 as a garage and workshop by her father, Marilyn Pettifer of Banbury donated a Horsa II forward fuselage to the Mosquito Aircraft Museum at Salisbury Hall late in 1975. Although the cockpit section, top, parted from the remainder, bottom, it eventually reached its new home.