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The history of WWI aviation is a rich and varied story. It was marked by a period of rapid technological development., where aircraft evolved from slow-moving, fragile-powered kits, into quick, agile, sturdy fighters. The Great War consumed the world in a conflict that was unirvaled until that time. It was a kind of war far different than the one that was waged on the ground. The fight for control of the air was where the cunning and bravery of the individual could matter for much.

AA37702 - Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Captain W. A. "Billy" Bishop, No. 61 Squadron, 1917 (1:48 Scale)

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Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Night Fighter - Lt. C. A. Lewis, B658, No. 61 Squadron, Home Defense, 1918 Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Night Fighter - Lt. C. A. Lewis, B658, No. 61 Squadron, Home Defense, 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Like the Hurricane compared to the Spitfire in the Second World War, the S.E.5 was not as glamorous as the Sopwith Camel, nor did it achieve the same iconic status, but it was one of the most important and influential aircraft of the war. The S.E.5 was instrumental in ensuring that the period of German dominance known as Bloody April 1917 was not repeated.

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Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Captain W. A. Billy Bishop, No. 61 Squadron, 1917 Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Captain W. A. "Billy" Bishop, No. 61 Squadron, 1917 (1:48 Scale)

The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Like the Hurricane compared to the Spitfire in the Second World War, the S.E.5 was not as glamorous as the Sopwith Camel, nor did it achieve the same iconic status, but it was one of the most important and influential aircraft of the war. The S.E.5 was instrumental in ensuring that the period of German dominance known as Bloody April 1917 was not repeated.

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French SPAD XIIIC Fighter - SPA3 Escadrille, 2 (S504), Georges Guynemer, 1917 French SPAD XIIIC Fighter - SPA3 Escadrille, 2 (S504), Georges Guynemer, 1917 (1:48 Scale)

The Societe Pour L'Aviation et ses Derivas, commonly known as SPAD, was a French aircraft manufacturer responsible for producing a number of significant fighter aircraft during the First World War. Originally called Societe de production des avions Deperdussin, the company was virtually bankrupt before the war when it was rescued by Louis Bleriot who changed the name while retaining the initials.

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French SPAD XIII Fighter - Captain Charles Biddle, 13th Aero Squadron, 1918 French SPAD XIII Fighter - Captain Charles Biddle, 13th Aero Squadron, 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Societe Pour L'Aviation et ses Derivas, commonly known as SPAD, was a French aircraft manufacturer responsible for producing a number of significant fighter aircraft during the First World War. Originally called Societe de production des avions Deperdussin, the company was virtually bankrupt before the war when it was rescued by Louis Bleriot who changed the name while retaining the initials.

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Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Francis Magoun, No. 1 Squadron, Bailleul, France, 1918 Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Francis Magoun, No. 1 Squadron, Bailleul, France, 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Like the Hurricane compared to the Spitfire in the Second World War, the S.E.5 was not as glamorous as the Sopwith Camel, nor did it achieve the same iconic status, but it was one of the most important and influential aircraft of the war. The S.E.5 was instrumental in ensuring that the period of German dominance known as Bloody April 1917 was not repeated.

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Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Edward Mick Mannock, No. 74 Squadron, 1918 Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Edward 'Mick' Mannock, No. 74 Squadron, 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Like the Hurricane compared to the Spitfire in the Second World War, the S.E.5 was not as glamorous as the Sopwith Camel, nor did it achieve the same iconic status, but it was one of the most important and influential aircraft of the war. The S.E.5 was instrumental in ensuring that the period of German dominance known as Bloody April 1917 was not repeated.

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Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - Henry Nap Botterell, No. 208 Squadron, 1918 Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - Henry 'Nap' Botterell, No. 208 Squadron, 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Sopwith Camel Scout is a British First World War single-seat fighter aircraft that was famous for its maneuverability. Intended as a replacement for the Sopwith Pup, the Camel prototype first flew in December 1916, powered by a 110 hp Clerget 9Z.

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US Army Air Service SPAD XIII Fighter - Eddie Rickenbacker, 94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Western Front, 1918 US Army Air Service SPAD XIII Fighter - Eddie Rickenbacker, 94th Pursuit Squadron, 1st Pursuit Group, Western Front, 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Societe Pour L'Aviation et ses Derivas, commonly known as SPAD, was a French aircraft manufacturer responsible for producing a number of significant fighter aircraft during the First World War.

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Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - William George Barker, No. 28 Squadron, October 1918 Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - William George Barker, No. 28 Squadron, October 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Sopwith Camel Scout is a British First World War single-seat fighter aircraft that was famous for its maneuverability. Intended as a replacement for the Sopwith Pup, the Camel prototype first flew in December 1916, powered by a 110 hp Clerget 9Z.

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RNAS Sopwith Camel Fighter - Flight Lieutenant Norman Miers MacGregor, No. 10 Naval Squadron, Teteghem, Late 1917 RNAS Sopwith Camel Fighter - Flight Lieutenant Norman Miers MacGregor, No. 10 Naval Squadron, Teteghem, Late 1917 (1:48 Scale)

The Sopwith Camel Scout is a British First World War single-seat fighter aircraft that was famous for its maneuverability. Intended as a replacement for the Sopwith Pup, the Camel prototype first flew in December 1916, powered by a 110 hp Clerget 9Z.

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Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - Capt. Henry Woollett, No. 43 Squadron, Spring 1918 Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - Capt. Henry Woollett, No. 43 Squadron, Spring 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Sopwith Camel Scout is a British First World War single-seat fighter aircraft that was famous for its maneuverability. Intended as a replacement for the Sopwith Pup, the Camel prototype first flew in December 1916, powered by a 110 hp Clerget 9Z.

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Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - Capt. Donald Roderick MacLaren, No. 46 Squadron, Athies, Somme, France, October 1918 Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - Capt. Donald Roderick MacLaren, No. 46 Squadron, Athies, Somme, France, October 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Sopwith Camel Scout is a British First World War single-seat fighter aircraft that was famous for its maneuverability. Intended as a replacement for the Sopwith Pup, the Camel prototype first flew in December 1916, powered by a 110 hp Clerget 9Z.

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US Army Air Service SPAD XIII Fighter - 2Lt Frank Luke, Jr, S15202, 27th Aero Squadron, September 1918 US Army Air Service SPAD XIII Fighter - 2Lt Frank Luke, Jr, S15202, 27th Aero Squadron, September 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Socete Pour L'Aviation et ses Derivas, commonly known as SPAD, was a French aircraft manufacturer responsible for producing a number of significant fighter aircraft during the First World War.

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Royal Flying Corps SPAD XIII Fighter - Captain William M. Fry, No.23 Squadron, January 1918 Royal Flying Corps SPAD XIII Fighter - Captain William M. Fry, No.23 Squadron, January 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Socit Pour L'Aviation et ses Drivs, commonly known as SPAD, was a French aircraft manufacturer responsible for producing a number of significant fighter aircraft during the First World War.

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Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Captain James McCudden, No. 56 Squadron, Balzieux, France, February 1918 Royal Flying Corps Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5a Fighter - Captain James McCudden, No. 56 Squadron, Balzieux, France, February 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 was a British biplane fighter aircraft of the First World War. Like the Hurricane compared to the Spitfire in the Second World War, the S.E.5 was not as glamorous as the Sopwith Camel, nor did it achieve the same iconic status, but it was one of the most important and influential aircraft of the war.

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Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - 8239D, Capt C.M. McEwen, No. 28 Squadron, Italy, January 1919 Royal Flying Corps Sopwith Camel Fighter - 8239D, Capt Clifford MacKay McEwen, No. 28 Squadron, Italy, January 1919 (1:48 Scale)

The Sopwith Camel Scout is a British First World War single-seat fighter aircraft that was famous for its maneuverability. Intended as a replacement for the Sopwith Pup, the Camel prototype first flew in December 1916, powered by a 110 hp Clerget 9Z.

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German Fokker Dr.1 Triplane Fighter - Manfred von Richtofen and RCAF Sopwith Camel Fighter - Arthur Roy Brown, April 21st, 1918 German Fokker Dr.1 Triplane Fighter - Manfred von Richtofen and RCAF Sopwith Camel Fighter - Arthur "Roy" Brown, April 21st, 1918 (1:48 Scale)

The Fokker Dr.I Dreidecker (triplane) was a World War I fighter aircraft built by the company of Anthony Fokker, and designed by Reinhold Platz. It became most famous as the plane of the Red Baron, Manfred von Richthofen.

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