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More from the Joburg war museum/museum of military history. The planes are fairly well-known, although there are a few surprises here that you guys might like. Warning: lots of blurry photos ahead. All from the Brink Hall. There's also a Hawker Hartebees lurking around in the background that I couldn't find an opportunity to photograph make an illustrative diorama of. Engines, including a certain teutonic failure-engine lurking towards the right of the first picture. This is probably the first exhibit you'll see. It's in a little glass-fronted display just past the entrance, along with its two chums. Chum 1 Chum 2. Note the impressive late-war German build quality, as well as the utterly insane idea of making a fast, grossly unreliable aircraft into a night fighter. Speaking of dangerous aircraft, here's an Impala. My brother had a friend in school who lost a father to one of these things. A lonely whirlybird Our nuclear option. The Canberra was unavailable for comment. Turbodak's dad.