that was precisely my reaction. Both for the loss of one of the last witnesses of the WWII tragedy and because I definitely lost the opportunity of meeting him.
More pictures from Gorrini's personal archives were published, I am attaching them and a couple should be of particular interest to you. The first one depicts Fiat CR42s of 18o Gruppo, 85a Squadriglia, on the ground in Frankfurt airport after completing their first leg of the C.A.I. transfer to Ursel, Belgium, in late October 1940. The second shows the CR.42 of Sergente Pilota Salvadori, captured by the RAF and already with British roundels, I imagine at the Boscombe Down, or Martlesham Heat, test airports. This CR.42 is currently on display at the Imperial War Museum in London, it's the same that was photographed...