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Wow...moments in aviation history. 1914 - 1918 The Great War Fokker DR-1 "Triplane"

moments in aviation history. 1914 - 1918 The Great War Fokker "Triplane"

GERMAN AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67219)   Gotha G.V heavy bomber.

GOTHA G. - Deutsche Luftstreitkräfte (Heavy Bomber) Principally a Night Bomber. Had a Max Speed of 87 mph with a Range of 522 Miles and a Ceilling of Armament: 2 or 3 x Parabellum Machine Guns and 14 x 60 lbs Bombs – Carried Externally.

Fokker Triplane DR1

Fokker Triplane part of the The Great War Display Team. (Comment by original pinner.

Sopwith Dophin - a fine if unusual 'back staggered' 1918 fighter aircraft, but it used a French Hispano Suiza engine already in heavy demand for the SPAD XIII: only 4 Squadrons were ever equipped with it.

The Sopwith Dolphin was a British fighter aircraft manufactured by the Sopwith Aviation Company. It was used by the Royal Flying Corps and its successor, the Royal Air Force, during the First World War.

Fokker DR 1 with Fokker DVII, Germany's principal 1918 fighters, with the former largely superceded by the war's end in November.

Fokker DR 1 with Fokker DVII, Germany's principal 1918 fighters, with the former largely superceded by the war's end in November.

Q 68263  B.E.12b single-seat general purpose biplane. Used for Home Defence duties.

Q Cockpit of a Royal Aircraft Factory biplane. Aircraft exhibited in the Imperial War Museum.