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SPAD XIII paper model

SPAD XIII paper model

1917 In 1916 the First World War had become a fully modern conflict. The skies of Europe, become real battlefields, flares rérulièrement by flights of AEG, Fokker, and other German Albatros. Faced with these machines the Franco-British alliance only align the Spad S. VII and Royal Aircraft Factory SE-5, hunters handy, well-armed but very light. The manufacturer began Spad in the design and implementation of a reconnaissance aircraft and light bomber derivative of its S. VII. The new plane was baptized SPAD S.XI. S. XI is differentiated S. VII by the shift of its wing plans. Powered by a Hisp... Read more

Sopwith F.1 Camel

Sopwith F.1 Camel

1917 A British fighter's most prestigious of the First World War, the Camel, was designed from the Pup. The first of three prototypes made made its initial flight in January 1917, with a rotary engine Clerget 110 hp. The Camel, which was as a very agile and easy to fly, went into service in June 1917. In terms of aerial victories (1,294), the Camel, built in 5490 copies, was the British fighter's most effective of the First World War. This unit came into operation in mid-1917 and was nicknamed Camel because of the hump covering its two machine guns before. It was characterized by a more robust... Read more

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a paper model

Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a paper model

1917 With SE.5a, entered service in mid-1917, the Royal Flying Corps had a fighter that can compete with the best German aircraft. The SE.5a had a fire power equal to that of fighter Albatros series, and its 200 hp engine provide the British fighter a definite advantage over his opponents. Designed in conjunction with the Camel, the SE.5 made its initial flight in December 1916. The device, powered by a powerful star Hispano-Suiza 150 hp, was armed with a Vickers machine gun firing through the propeller and a Lewis machine gun mounted on the top of the wing. In April 1917, 82 SE.5 entered into... Read more

Fokker DR1 model

Fokker DR1 model

1917 The Fokker Dr.I, Dr. is the abbreviation for Dreidecker triplane or German, is the result of a tender launched by Idflieg for achieving a triplane fighter. This device should be lightweight and compact, which made him very handy as the devices were Sopwith Triplane who had been caught and investigated by the service. With the arrival of Sopwith, the roles were reversed completely with the Germans who had until then been almost untouchable during the fighting. It is produced prototype V.4, the device V-series is a series of experimental aircraft launched by Anthony Fokker. Contrefiches the... Read more

First World War

First World War

World War I, 1914-1918 The First World War had a tremendous effect upon the development of aviation, creating an entirely new military arm, one only dimly foreseen in the past, but immediately important. Huge industries sprang up to produce the aircraft, engines, and compo­nents required for the new and extremely expensive service. Because the stalemated war in the trenches was so horrible, the war in the air was given a sense of chivalry and honor by the press and public. Above, the Red Baron (red plane) is shown closing on the Sopwith Camel of Canadian Lt. Wilfred May, unaware that Capt. Ro... Read more

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