Finnish Air Force - Aircraft of the Winter War.- The Fokker D.XXI was a Dutch single-seat fighter. The Fokker C.V was a Dutch two-seat reconnaissance aircraft. The Bristol Bulldog IVA and IIA were single-seat fighters of British origin. The Fokker C.X was a Dutch two-seat reconnaissance aircraft and dive bomber. The Bristol Blenheim Mk. I and IV were three-seat twin-engine bombers. The Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann was a German two-seat trainer and aerobatics aircraft. The de Havilland D.H.89A Dragon Rapide was a British twin-engine airliner with capacity for 6 to 8 passengers and a pilot. The Klemm L 25 D VII R was a German two-seat sports airplane that, in these days, would be called a general aviation aircraft. The Piper (Taylor) J-2 Cub was a two-seat sports airplane of U.S. origin. The Taylorcraft BC-12D was an American two-seat general aviation aircraft. The Waco YKS-7 and ZQC-6 were four-seat touring aircraft of U.S. origin. The Fairchild 24J 60 De Luxe was an American fourseat touring and liaison aircraft. The Junkers F 13 was a sixseat German airliner. The Cessna C-37 was a fourseat touring aircraft of U.S. origin. The Fiat G.50 Freccia was an Italian single-seat fighter. The Jaktfalken II was a Swedish single-seat fighter. The Hawker Hart was a British two-seat light bomber. The Gloster Gladiator II was a British single-seat fighter. The Koolhoven F.K.52 was a Dutch two-seat reconnaissance and general-purpose aircraft. The Douglas DC-2 was a twoseat airliner and transport aircraft of U.S. manufacture. The Raab-Katzenstein RK-26 Tigerschwalbe as a German two-seat trainer. The Gloster Gauntlet II was a British single-seat fighter. The Beechraft B17L and D17S were four-seat touring and liaison aircraft of US manufacture. The De Havilland D.H.86B was a four-engine British airliner. The Caudron-Renault C.R.714 was a French single-seat fighter. The Fokker F.VIII was a Dutch twin-engine airliner capable of carrying ten passengers in addition to three crew.