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DH2 5925 enjoyed a comparatively long service career: it joined No.24 Squadron in France in February 1916 and was flown back to the UK on 22 May the following year

DH2 5925 enjoyed a comparatively long service career: it joined No.24 Squadron in France in February 1916 and was flown back to the UK on 22 May the following year

BRITISH SOPWITH CAMEL FIGHTERS

The Eyes of the Army. Sopwith Camels ready for a patrol over German lines, circa 1917 akg-images. These aircraft are actually Sopwith Snipes, late war.

Max von Müller, a locksmith from Rottenburg, Bavaria's best fighter pilot by his Albotros biplane.

Max von Müller, a locksmith from Rottenburg, Bavaria's best fighter pilot by his Albatross biplane.

Abandoned Pfalz DVIII at the end of the war: a contemporary of the excellent Fokker DVII, and whilst it was successful enough pilots generally much preferred the latter. Only around 40 are believed to have entered service.

historywars: “ Pfalz D.VIII The German fighter, Pfalz D.VIII came into action at the end of the conflict and had no significant role in the fighting. Had as weapons 02 LMG machine guns of

Fokker D.VII  GERMAN AIRCRAFT OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Q Fokker D. Captured aircraft at Biggin Hill.

FRENCH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67912) Morane Saulnier Type N single seat fighter monoplane. Pilot in cockpit. Serial number MS750.

MORANE SAULNER Type N French Armée de l'Air (Single Seat Monoplane Fighter) Had a Max Speed of 90 mph at Sea Level with an Endurance of 1 Hours and a Ceilling of Armament: 1 x cal Vickers Machine Gun or a Hotchkiss

The Phönix D.I was an Austro-Hungarian First World War biplane fighter built by the Phönix Flugzeug-Werke and based on the Hansa-Brandenburg D.I.

The Phönix D.I was an Austro-Hungarian First World War biplane fighter built by the Phönix Flugzeug-Werke and based on the Hansa-Brandenburg D.

Jasta 15 Lt. Hans Muller Fokker Dr.1 218/17

Jasta 15 pilot Lt Hans Muller with his Fokker Triplane, February By the end of the war he had achieved 12 victories, and lived till

Gotha G.V - German WWI bomber.  It may have been a bomber like this that bombed Etaples in 1918.

Gotha G.V - German WWI bomber. It may have been a bomber like this that bombed…

Albatros D.III single-seat fighter biplane. Captured aircraft with British insignia. Serial number D.2096/16. Named aircraft "Vera".

Albatros D. Captured aircraft with British insignia. Serial number Named aircraft "Vera".

Wow...moments in aviation history. 1914 - 1918 The Great War Fokker DR-1 "Triplane"

moments in aviation history. 1914 - 1918 The Great War Fokker "Triplane"

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