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28 September 1916 ca hours Nieuport s/n Captain Albert Ball Destroy the second of three in total German reconnaissance plannes that day. 'Defend of Bapaume' - Albert Ball

WOMEN HOME FRONT 1939 - 1945 (A 9115)

The Women's Royal Naval Service (WRNS): At Royal Naval Air Station Hatston, a Wren Radio Mechanic prepares for a flight to test newly fitted equipment.

World War I. German plane crashed down in the French sector of Autoval (Oise, France). In May 1918.

World War I. German plane, Albatross, crashed down in the French sector of Autoval (Oise, France).

German V1 (Fiesler Fi 103) flying bomb, shortly after launch.

CL German (Fiesler Fi flying bomb shortly after launch.

Fokker Dr.I 114/17 Manfred Von Richthofen crash landed on October 30, 1917 after the engine had thrown a cylinder, notice the cowling is missing. The plane was not repaired.

I Manfred Von Richthofen crash landed on October 1917 after the engine had thrown a cylinder, notice the cowling is missing. The plane was not repaired.

Bristol M.1.C.

Bristol - The Aerodrome - Aces and Aircraft of World War I

Lecture on rigging, School of Aviation, Royal Flying Corps Canada, University of Toronto / circa 1917

Lecture on rigging, School of Aviation, Royal Flying Corps Canada, University of Toronto

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The Nieuport 24 was a French biplane fighter aircraft during World War I designed by Gustave Delage as a replacement for the successful Nieuport 17 .

Images Of Light And Lift :: Scott Germain

Interview with Scott Germain :: Photographer

Photographer & pilot Scott Germain on what it's like to photograph planes, his life-long love of flying, and why racing his own plane at the Reno Air Races.

Formation of DH 4s in flight

A formation of De Havilland British-designed, American-built bombers of World War I.

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