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WWI Fighters

WWI Fighters


They fought in canvas and wood biplanes that could barely fly 100 MPH. Men like von Richthofen, Rickenbacker, Bishop, Guynemer, Mannock, Ball, who flew airplanes with names like Spad, Fokker, Albatros, Nieuport, and Sopwith Camel. High above the trenches

they fought heroic battles with these primitive weapons.

In this era, the top speeds were about 100 MPH. When the pilots ventured ten miles over the enemy lines, that was a notable event. The pilots carried no parachutes. The airplanes were made of

wood and canvas; when they caught on fire, it spread quickly, and spelled certain death for the occupants. The press and public, desperate for propaganda heroes amongst the waste and useless battles of the trenches, idolized the young heroes.

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 Fokker EV/ D.VIII      Fokker EV/ D.VIII

 The Fokker D.VIII was a rare monoplane design of WWI and regarded as one of the best fighters of the German Empire in the conflict. Providing a blend of survivability, firepower and adaptability.
— the Fokker D.VIII series also set a bit of history of its own when it became the last fighter in all of WWI to record an enemy air kill. ...

 
 
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