No.VG 33 wrote:.Do you mean slon 76 sources are bad?VG 33 wrote: I only made a calculation, a division in fact. No speculation.
This I call speculation with bad sources:
Some.VG 33 wrote:Have you got better sources?
Captured planes have a thread of their own.VG 33 wrote:Might be. Bombers in general are outside of my circle of interests. But if you'v got something new about I-16, MS 406, H-75, C-714, Hurricne it would be with pleasure !Ok, but wich one? The I-16?
Hard to say exact as there seems to be very little info about the captured planes, but at least couple of Soviet bombers were captured because of the Finnish fighter action.
Check there. Something new might appear there some day.
I think the data remains the same even if translated.VG 33 wrote:I have only red the French version, hard to say how is it looks like in suoumi language.Admit, that is a not serious job, even fantasy.
Hard to say without reading the book.
Depending on sources used, quite OK I would say.VG 33 wrote:For finish aviation certainly, I can’t say.Usually the info from the Stenman works I have read has been OK.
But for soviet?
Who?VG 33 wrote: Harri: According to a recent mutual research total Soviet combat losses would have been at least about 579 destroyed aircraft .
Did he published the complete list of this soviet losses?
Harri, Stenman or Keskinen?
Thanks, so you can start that by revealing the source of your "global english" claim, already asked before:VG 33 wrote:100%VG 33 wrote: it's better to use precise terms.
VG 33 wrote:**in global english, we call confirmed kill or victory, a kill verified by the own side (he's proper troops or witnesses)of the pilot
A validated kill, a kill verified by the archives of the other side.
Best Regards, Juha