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Pfalz E.I 215/15 and Pfalz E.II in the background. Fokker E.II in the foreground

Pfalz E.I 215/15 and Pfalz E.II in the background. Fokker E.II in the foreground

Fokker Dr.I

Fokker Dr.I

Pilot trainee receives last minute instructions in Fokker D.V 2699/16

Pilot trainee receives last minute instructions in Fokker D.V 2699/16

Gloster T7 of the Koninklijke Marine (Royal Netherlands Navy). '136' was used for Instrument Flying Training for Sea Hawk pilots

Gloster T7 of the Koninklijke Marine (Royal Netherlands Navy). '136' was used for Instrument Flying Training for Sea Hawk pilots

Two Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force Martin 166 (139WH) bombers in flight over Malaya, in January 1942.

Two Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force Martin 166 (139WH) bombers in flight over Malaya, in January 1942.

Fokker T-5

Fokker T-5

Fokker T-5

Fokker T-5

The most unfortunate of the Dutch military aircraft during WWII was the in 1939 acquired Douglas A3-N2, of which all of them were destroyed on the ground or in the first actions in may 1940

The most unfortunate of the Dutch military aircraft during WWII was the in 1939 acquired Douglas A3-N2, of which all of them were destroyed on the ground or in the first actions in may 1940

The most unfortunate of the Dutch military aircraft during WWII was the in 1939 acquired Douglas A3-N2, of which all of them were destroyed on the ground or in the first actions in may 1940, more pictures are  following.

The most unfortunate of the Dutch military aircraft during WWII was the in 1939 acquired Douglas A3-N2, of which all of them were destroyed on the ground or in the first actions in may 1940, more pictures are following.

The most unfortunate of the Dutch military aircraft during WWII was the in 1939 acquired Douglas A3-N2, of which all of them were destroyed on the ground or in the first actions in may 1940

The most unfortunate of the Dutch military aircraft during WWII was the in 1939 acquired Douglas A3-N2, of which all of them were destroyed on the ground or in the first actions in may 1940