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At the outset of World War I the British had some 110 assorted aircraft, used mostly for the visual reconnaissance role. With the advent of faster and more agile single-seaters, the Allies and their a

Albatros DV                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Albatros D.V illustrating typical lozenge camouflage of the period.

Ernst Kesler's mount "Lola"

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Albatros DIII Werner Voss

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Leutnant der RESERVE Erwin Bohme by Ivan Berryman. Albatros C.III C.766/16 was among the most distinctively-painted aircraft of World War 1, its fuselage sides decorated with a dragon motif on the starboard side and a stylised crocodile on the other, both apparently chasing a tiny white biplane. This was the aircraft SHARED by Erwin Bohme and his observer, Leutnant Ladermacher while serving with Jasta 10 on the Eastern Front in August 1916. Bohme was soon chosen to fly with the great Oswald…

German airplane with interesting paint job

Fokker Dr.I #triplane #WW1

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Sopwith Camel & Albatros DIII WW1 Airplane

100 years ago on this day during WW-I, the war to end all wars, would you rather be the Brit pilot or the German one? Magnificent early biplane fighters in flight.

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Fokker Dr.I #triplane #WW1 #replica

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Original Albatros D. VA with a Ranger engine. Can be seen at Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome in Red Hook, NY.

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Albatros D.Va  #biplane #WW1

Albatros D.Va #biplane #WW1

Fokker Dr.I #triplane #WW1 #replica

Fokker Dr.I #triplane #WW1 #replica

Fokker Dr.I #triplane #WW1

Fokker Dr.I #triplane #WW1

Albatros D.Va painted in the markings of Josef Mai.

Albatros D.Va. #biplane #WW1