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German pilot Richard Scholl and co-pilot Lieutenant Anderer in flight uniforms near biplane Hannover CL.II, 1918.

German pilot Richard Scholl and his co-pilot Lieutenant Anderer, in flight gear beside their Hannover CL.II biplane in (CC BY SA Carola Eugster) World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare - The Atlantic

FRENCH AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67912) Morane Saulnier Type N single seat fighter monoplane. Pilot in cockpit. Serial number MS750.

MORANE SAULNER Type N French Armée de l'Air (Single Seat Monoplane Fighter) Had a Max Speed of 90 mph at Sea Level with an Endurance of 1 Hours and a Ceilling of Armament: 1 x cal Vickers Machine Gun or a Hotchkiss

Royal Aircraft Factory F.E.2d reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC with "L" Type camera at Sainte-Marie-Cappel, France. Serial number A6516. Crew: pilot Captain Stevens, observer B. C. Cambray. The aircraft has a message displayed on the fuselage reading: 'Presented by the Colony of Mauritius No. 13'.

Q Royal Aircraft Factory reconnaissance biplane of No. 20 Squadron RFC with "L" Type camera at Sainte-Marie-Cappel France.

Photo of a pilot of the U.S. Women’s Air Force Service by Peter Stackpole, 1943.

“A pilot of the U. Women’s Air Force Service at Avenger Field, Texas, in by Peter Stackpole (via LIFE) Happy Women's History Month!

HALBERSTADT CLS.II - Deutsche Luftstreitkräfte (Two Seat Escort Fighter, Ground Attack Biplane) Had a Max Speed of 103 mph at 16,400' with an Endurance of 3 Hours and a Ceilling of 16,600'. Armament: 1 x Fixed 7.92mm “Spandau” Machine Gun, Synchonized, 1 x Flexible 7.62 Parabellum MG14 Maching Gun on Ring Mount for Observer, 10 Stick Grenades and up to 5 x 22 lbs Wurfgranaten 15 Trench Mortar Fragmentation Bombs.

Halberstadt CL II two-seater: entering service in August it was a successful design with comparable speed to opposing Allied fighters. It served until the end of the war.

Sopwith Triplane

Sopwith Triplane

GERMAN AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67779) Pflaz D.VII fighter biplane.

GERMAN AIRCRAFT FIRST WORLD WAR (Q 67779) Pflaz D.VII fighter biplane.

Max von Müller, a locksmith from Rottenburg, Bavaria's best fighter pilot by his Albotros biplane.

Max von Müller, a locksmith from Rottenburg, Bavaria's best fighter pilot by his Albatross biplane.

Jasta 15 pilot Lt Hans Muller with his Fokker Dr1 Triplane, February 1918. By the end of the war he had achieved 12 victories, and lived till 1964.

Jasta 15 pilot Lt Hans Muller with his Fokker Triplane, February By the end of the war he had achieved 12 victories, and lived till

One Simple Change To These 55 Historical Photos Changes Everything. Eye-Opening.

Bavarian grandfather and Prussian grandson displaying the old and new uniforms of the German army, February 1913

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