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an airplane flying over the ocean next to another plane
Pinturas aviación 1914-1918
1916 09-15 Compassionate Hunter - Merv Corning It was September 15, 1916. A French submarine, the Foucault, was spotted inthe Adriatic. Leutnant zur See Walter Zelezny, in an Austrian Lohner flying boat, attacked it with two depth charges. The sub...
an old style airplane flying over the ocean
Pinturas, láminas e imágenes de la Gran Guerra - Página 133
Sopwith Pup.
an old fashioned airplane is shown on a white background with the caption's name below it
Sopwith Pup
Sopwith Pup - 1916
an image of a green airplane with blue and red stripes on the side, in front of a white background
WINGS PALETTE - Blackburn RT.1 Kangaroo - Great Britain
Blackburn RT.1 Kangaroo | Great Britain | 495 Flight, 246 Sqn, RAF | RT.1 Kangaroo | B9983
two airplanes are flying in the sky with other planes
1917 09-23 56 Sqn vs Werner Voss
two airplanes flying in the sky above some clouds
Fokker triplane 450/17, one of several flown by Ltn. Josef Jacobs, Staffelführer of Jasta 7. Jacobs was perhaps the biggest proponent of the Fokker triplane, and he flew it operationally longer than any other pilot, including Manfred von Richthofen. Although he is known to have flown at least two, and perhaps three black triplanes while serving with Jasta 7, 450/17 is his best known due to the description given in his wartime diary.
two airplanes with crosses on their wings are shown in this drawing, one is brown and the other is white
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an old model airplane with a lizard painted on the side
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SPAD S-VII 1916
Nieuport 17 Charles Nungesser, Escadrille N65, by Steve Anderson
Nieuport 17 Charles Nungesser, Escadrille N65, by Steve Anderson
an old airplane painted with multicolored paint
Spad XIII Jean Chaput
an image of two old airplanes with numbers on the front and back sides, one is brown
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SE5a
a painting of an airplane flying in the sky with other planes around it and clouds
SE5a with Wolseley Viper engine Edward Mannock, by Taras Shtyk
two airplanes flying in the sky above some clouds
The last flight of Albert Ball. Albert Ball VC, DSO Two Bars, MC (14 August 1896 – 7 May 1917) was an English fighter pilot of the First World War. At the time of his death he was, with forty-four victories, the United Kingdom's leading flying ace, and remained its fourth-highest scorer behind Edward Mannock, James McCudden, and George McElroy.
a painting of an airplane flying over a man sitting on a ledge with another plane in the background
ww1 bombers
ww1 bombers - Pesquisa Google