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    Poland exported, among others, bombs and aviation fuses to Yugoslavia.


    Construction by Franciszek Jan Pogonowski https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Franciszek_Jan_Pogonowski
    Other designs of fuses: amond others- wz.32, wz.34 for 12 kg, wz.34 for 50 and 100kg, and fuzes for artillery.

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    Would you have more details?
    According to the lists of the Yuigoslavian air force Staff in Zemun, the only Polish bomb used in 1941 was the 12kg wz.27 (called in Yugoslavia "Polish 12kg bombs")
    (раљевина Југославија – Команда Вазд. Војске, Таблице бомбардовања II део, Земун, 1941.г)
    According to the last published researches of Wojciech Mazur, from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, and in the classical study published in the mid 1990s by Marek Piotr Deszczyński only other piece of air-ground equipment sold by Poland to Yougoslavia in the 1930s was the SW 12x10 wz30 bomb racks. They found mention of Polish artillery fuzes sold to Yugoslavia but not bomb fuzes.

 

 
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