World war I british Aircrafts
From the early Airco to the fast Sopwith, four years of technological advancement guaranteed the late supermacy by quality and numbers of the RFC, and the future of the British aircraft industry.
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World war I french Aircrafts
From the early Blériot to the SPADs and Breguets, French was at the forefront of aicraft pionneers by the beginning of the century, and was the first to field several squadrons of military aircrafts when war began.
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World war I German Aircrafts
German empire aces were the first of their kind. They devised the first and best tactics, and their planes were the first equipped with a synchonised machine-gun. They were also innovative in many other ways.
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World war I Austro-Hungarian Planes
Provided with German planes and developing some of their own, the Austro-Hungarian empire attempted to rule the sky from the Balkans, to the adriatic and the alps.
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World war I Italian Planes
The Regia Aeronautica, born 1915 and first receiving French Planes, quickly built and Industry of its own, with names as Ansaldo, FIAT, and Caproni, fame and aces like Francesco Baccara...
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World war I Russian Planes
The wings of Russia were born on 1914, thanks to western and local engineers which provided Russia with a valuable air force and unique planes, like the first heavy bomber, the Sikorsky Ilya Mourometz.
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World war I American Planes
Although entered late in the war, some US pilots gained fame sooner with the Lafayette squadron and quickly get their first aces.
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