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Zeppelin-Staaken R.V https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeppelin-Staaken_R.V…

Zeppelin-Staaken R.V https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Zeppelin-Staaken_R.V…

Phönix D.II with spare fue tank

Phönix D.II with spare fuel tank

​Смирнов Иван Васильевич, 1895–1956 - Цвета военного неба: русские асы Первой…

​Смирнов Иван Васильевич, 1895–1956 - Цвета военного неба: русские асы Первой…

During WWI, the lumbering Reconnaissance Experimental 8 was the most widely used British two-seater biplane on the Western Front. A descendant of the R.E.7, it was initially developed for reconnaissance work but also saw service as a bomber and ground attack aircraft. Nicknamed the "Harry Tate," after a well known music hall performer of the day, it provided a stable platform for photographic missions but suffered from poor maneuverability, leaving it vulnerable to attack by enemy fighters.

Royal Aircraft Factory - The Aerodrome - Aces and Aircraft of World War I

Fokker Dr.I

Fokker Dr.I

Jasta 27, Dr1 577/17

Leutnant Rudolf Klimke is in the nearest Fokker Dr.

Fokker M.17

Q Fokker single-seat biplane.

world war one aircraft | World War One Aircraft crash German in France

world war one aircraft | World War One Aircraft crash German in France

FRENCH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 68075)   Caudron G.IV two-seat bomber/reconnaissance biplane of No. 3 Wing RNAS at Luxeuil in Belgium.

Q Caudron G.IV two-seat bomber/reconnaissance biplane of No. 3 Wing RNAS at Luxeuil in Belgium.

Albatros D.V, Jagdstaffel 5, Boistrancourt, 1917

Albatros D.V, Jagdstaffel 5, Boistrancourt, 1917

THIS DAY IN WWI: APR 3, 1916 - “Fokker Scourge” Coming to an End as New Allied Fighters Take Flight. Pictured - The observer in an F.E.2 demonstrates how he must stand up to use the rear-facing Lewis gun over the top plane.

WWI covered live Flying a fighter (bottom picture) on Jul 6 1917 British ACE Capt Donald C. Cunnell shot down and wounded the Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen (top picture). Cunnell is killed by German anti-aircraft fire Jul 12 1917

LFG Roland D.VI A german figther of very old times WW1.Austro Daimler inline six,about 180 HP.

LFG Roland D.VI A german figther of very old times Daimler inline six,about 180 HP.

wwi biplane artwork | Big Photo WWI German Two Seat Aeroplane --- An AEG C-IV - Flickr ...

1914 – First aerial combat resulting in an intentional fatality when French pilot Louis Quenault opened fire on a German aircraft with a machine gun for the first time.

Gotha G.V German bomber.

Gotha G.V German bomber.

A fighter capable of mounting a cannon was suggested by Georges Guynemer at the end of 1916. By raising the propeller above the cylinder heads, a 37mm Puteaux cannon with a shortened barrel was adapted to fire through the aircraft's hollow propeller shaft. The airframe of the SPAD XII was based on the smaller SPAD VII. In the cockpit, Deperdussin elevator and aileron controls were mounted on either side of the pilot because the cannon breech was between his legs.

the specifications and history of world war one France French aircraft

BRITISH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67871)   Cockpit of a Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 single-seat fighter biplane.

Cockpit of a Royal Aircraft Factory single-seat fighter biplane.

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