Fiat B.R.20 (Family)

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The Fiat B.R.20 Cicogna (Stork) was a bomber designed by Fiat head-designer Celestino Rosatelli, it was the first-all metal bomber put into Italian service and by 1936 when it was introduced, it was seen as one of the most modern medium-bombers at the time.

The primary users of the B.R.20 were the Regia Aeronautica. It was also exported to Spain during the Civil War and saw early success with the Japanese at the start of the Second Sino-Japanese war.


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