Fiat Cr.32 Chirri en un viraj a la derecha

The Fiat CR.32 was an Italian biplane fighter used in the Spanish Civil War and World War II. This nimble little Fiat was compact, robust and highly manoeuvrable and gave impressive displays all over Europe in the hands of the Pattuglie Acrobatiche.  The CR.32 fought in North and East Africa, in Albania and in the Mediterranean theatre. The CR.32 saw service in the air forces of China, Austria, Hungary, Paraguay and Venezuela. Used extensively in Spanish Civil War, it gained a reputation as one of the outstanding fighter biplanes of all time.  But then it was overtaken by more advanced monoplane designs and was obsolete by 1939.

Fiat CR.32 in The War That Came EarlyEdit

Soviet pilot Sergei Yaroslavsky had encountered the Fiat during his service in Spain. He found that his Tupolev bomber could easily out run the fighter after it had dropped it's bomb load.

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