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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

Basic Facts for Kids World War 1 was triggered on June 28, 1914, by the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his pregnant wife Sophie. Main Causes of World War I: 1. a tangle...

Basic Facts for Kids World War 1 was triggered on June 28, 1914, by the assassination of the Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria and his pregnant wife Sophie. Main Causes of World War I: 1. a tangle...

Jagdstaffel 2 est devenu le deuxième plus haut score unité de chasse (derrière Jasta 11 ), elle mettrait fin à la guerre avec 25 aces et un total de 336 victoires et une liste victime de seulement 44, 31 morts, 9 blessés, 2 prisonniers de guerre, et 2 tués dans des accidents. Jasta 2 marques étaient généralement empennages en noir et blanc et les ascenseurs (haut et bas)-un côté, noirs d'un côté blanc.

Jagdstaffel 2 est devenu le deuxième plus haut score unité de chasse (derrière Jasta 11 ), elle mettrait fin à la guerre avec 25 aces et un total de 336 victoires et une liste victime de seulement 44, 31 morts, 9 blessés, 2 prisonniers de guerre, et 2 tués dans des accidents. Jasta 2 marques étaient généralement empennages en noir et blanc et les ascenseurs (haut et bas)-un côté, noirs d'un côté blanc.

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2d reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC with "L" Type camera at Sainte-Marie-Cappel, France. Serial number A6516. Crew: pilot Captain Stevens, observer B. C. Cambray. The aircraft has a message displayed on the fuselage reading: 'Presented by the Colony of Mauritius No. 13'.

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2d reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC with "L" Type camera at Sainte-Marie-Cappel, France. Serial number A6516. Crew: pilot Captain Stevens, observer B. C. Cambray. The aircraft has a message displayed on the fuselage reading: 'Presented by the Colony of Mauritius No. 13'.

27 December 1917: No 1 Squadron with Nieuport 24s and 17s at Bailleul in France.

27 December 1917: No 1 Squadron with Nieuport 24s and 17s at Bailleul in France.

Karl Menckhoff's Fokker D.VII of Jasta 72 (marked with prominent letter "M"s) at Bergnicourt, July 1918.  Menckhoff was credited with 39 confirmed victories. Already in his 30s when he learned to fly, he was one of the oldest pilots in the Imperial German Air Service. He won the Pour le Mérite ("Blue Max"), and was given a squadron command. Menckhoff became a prisoner of war, along with many other German pilots, at Camp Montoire, near Orléans.

Karl Menckhoff's Fokker D.VII of Jasta 72 (marked with prominent letter "M"s) at Bergnicourt, July 1918. Menckhoff was credited with 39 confirmed victories. Already in his 30s when he learned to fly, he was one of the oldest pilots in the Imperial German Air Service. He won the Pour le Mérite ("Blue Max"), and was given a squadron command. Menckhoff became a prisoner of war, along with many other German pilots, at Camp Montoire, near Orléans.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR 1914-1918 (Q 12015) A Flight of De Havilland Long Distance Day-Bombing Machines. Serny Aerodrome, 17 February 1918.

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR 1914-1918 (Q 12015) A Flight of De Havilland Long Distance Day-Bombing Machines. Serny Aerodrome, 17 February 1918.

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