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First Polish Airplane Logos

First Polish Airplane Logos

In the fall of 1918 new logos, the first marks of Polish air force, were painted on the airplanes captured from the German and Austro-Hungarian airports, after the black crosses, the hitherto symbol of nationality status, were covered with paint. The so-called Kraków logo, co-created by Florer, were given to the First Combat Escadrille, the first Polish Air Force unit. The Kraków logo consisted of the red letter Z against a square white background, and it was painted both on the aircraft fuselage and on the wings.


                                                                               
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