The first 25 years of flight saw many advances in the design and construction of aircraft. Beginning with the frail pre-war contraptions of crackpot inventors, the science of aeronautics had progressed to unheard of heights. As is usual with mankind, war provided the impetus to this progression. We show many of these advancements in the following pages.


Albatros D.III and D.V/Va


Armstrong Whitworth FK8


WG Barker and Camel B6313


Bristol Scout C


Bristol F2b


deHavilland Aircraft of WW1


Fokker E.III


Fokker D.VII


LFG Roland D.VIa


Morane Saulnier Type AI


Ni.17, Ni.24. NI.24bis, Ni.27


Pfalz D.VIII


Pfalz Aircraft


Phönix D.III


Royal Aircraft Factory


Siemens-Schuckert D.III


Sopwith Aviation Co


Soviet Snipes

 


SPAD VII

 


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