Winged Victory (disambiguation)


Winged Victory (disambiguation)

Winged Victory refers to:

*Winged Victory, a semi-autobiographical account of World War I aerial combat by V.M. Yeates
*Winged Victory of Samothrace, or Nike of Samothrace, a Hellenistic sculpture of the 3rd century B.C.
*Winged Victory (comics), a feminist superheroine in the Astro City comic book series
* "Winged Victory", a World War II play by Moss Hart, which was filmed in 1943, but not released until the play had ended its run on Broadway, in 1944.


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