Royal Romanian Air Force - Enemy Aircraft Interned or Captured

Enemy Aircraft Interned or Captured

Further information: List of aircraft of the Romanian Air Force#Interned or captured

As a result to the Soviet Invasion of Poland, a large number of Polish Air Force aircraft were interned in Romania. Also, some Soviet were captured during WWII, as well as few American B-24 Liberator bombers.

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