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ansaldo svaの例文

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  • On 5 September, a Constitutionalist Ansaldo SVA . 5 bombed Salitre-Cu?
  • On 20 July 1918, Allasia and his passenger, Capitano Giuseppe Graglia, crashed an Ansaldo SVA . 9 near Marcon airfield.
  • On 1 September 1916, Olivari was Tenente " and assigned as an Ansaldo SVA . 5 test pilot for the Technical Directorate.
  • The "'Ansaldo SVA "'( named for Allied combat aircraft in World War I, gave it the right properties to be an excellent reconnaissance aircraft and even light bomber.
  • *1918  Eight Italian Ansaldo SVA biplanes of the 87 Squadriglia  Serenimissa, led by Gabriele D Annunzio, fly over Vienna for 30 min taking photographs and dropping leaflets before returning to base without loss.
  • Later in the war, photographic reconnaissance and offensive actions were conducted by Ansaldo SVA aircraft, which launched a four-aircraft strike from Ponte San Pietro against Innsbruck on 28 February 1918, strafing and bombing railroad marshalling yards.
  • The Flight over Vienna propaganda flight, inspired by Gabriele d'Annunzio, was carried out on August 9, 1918, by the 87th Squadriglia " La Serenissima " from San Pelagio, consisting of an eleven plane flight of various models of Ansaldo SVA-series biplanes.
  • In World War I exploit of Gabriele d'Annunzio; although the city of Vienna is shown in abstract in accordance with the aims of " Aeropittura "  namely to show the dynamism and excitement of flight  the Ansaldo SVA aircraft are very carefully and accurately rendered.
  • On August 1918, the famous Italian writer, poet and fighter pilot Gabriele D'Annunzio, organized the Flight over Vienna : a famous propaganda operation during the war, leading 9 Ansaldo SVA planes in a 700-mile round trip to drop 50, 000 propaganda leaflets on the Habsburg capital.
  • The Flight over Vienna propaganda flight, an air raid inspired by Gabriele d'Annunzio, was carried out on August 9, 1918, with 11 Ansaldo SVA . He flew undisturbed for over 1, 200 km in a roundtrip to Vienna to drop about 400, 000 propaganda leaflets, written in Italian and German, asking the people of Vienna the end of the alliance between Austria-Hungary and Prussia.