Yakovlev Yak-52 in dubious markings...
I visited the Khodinka museum in May of 1994.  I noticed the Yak-52 (right) in
nazi markings.  No one could answer my questions as to why this airplane was
marked the way it was.  On May 9th, I got my answer.  They were dedicating a
new war memorial in Moscow. Part of the commeration was a "dogfight"
between the Russians and nazi invaders.  This Yak was to be the loser.  I
assume the Yak-55 (middle) and the other Yak-52 (left) would be the ones to
save Mother Russia once again.  I was at the dedication, I saw Boris Yeltsin,  
but I did not see the "dogfight".