Feb 11 1919 IWM (Q 7366) “The remains of a burnt-out Gotha left behind by the Germans at their abandoned aerodrome at Cologne” by Brooke, John Warwick (Lieutenant) (Photographer) https://t.co/h0SgCBbBDd https://t.co/xgl2rofcON http://twitter.com/ThisDayInWWI/status/1094981533033615361
Convoy of the parts of a Nieuport plane attracting the crowd to Breteuil (Oise), between Beauvais and Amiens. 1915.
Albatros D.II Albatros DVa
Walter Göttsch, imperial German pilot
Albatros captured by the Royal Flying Corps (1917)
scout Nieuport 12bis
René Fonck was a French aviator who ended the First World War as the top Allied fighter ace. He was never wounded and claimed that only one enemy bullet ever hit his airplane. He was methodical, detailed, a skilled marksman. He was a fine flier, but his self-promotion won him few close friends. He had a score 75 German aircraft.
Breguet 14 of 132 squadrons and his crew – Lieutenant Louis Guro (pilot) and shooter Louis Lassen.