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Flying Wires, Tiger Moth operators

http://home.westbrabant.net/~janenien/welkom.htm

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De Havilland DH82a Tiger Moth G-AJHS is a vintage biplane built in 1939. The aircraft is operated by a flying group called Flying Wires. The Tiger Moth is based at Seppe airfield in The Netherlands and is part of the vintage aircraft collection of Vliegend Museum Seppe.

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Fokker Dr 1

http://fokkerdr1.freehosting.net

The most famous plane of WWI, and universally associated with the Red Baron (Dr standing for Dreidecker, or 3 wings), including information on its invention and design, and the history of the plane in combat.

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Fokker Triplane

http://www.TheBicyclingGuitarist.net/studies/fokkerspeech.htm

An analysis of the development, operational history, strengths, and weaknesses of the World War One Fokker Triplane. Includes sources, links and authors contact information.

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George H. Williams WWI Aviation Library

http://www.utdallas.edu/library/special/gwww1.html

The online George H. Williams WWI Aviation Library located at the University of Texas at Dallas.

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Lafayette Escadrille

http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hangar/7630/indexHistory01.html

Information and history of the famous flying squadron of World War I, with photos of their aircraft.

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Nieuport Pages

http://mars.ark.com/~mdf/nieuport.html

The Nieuport Aircraft 1909-1945. Photographs, drawings, profiles, serial lists of Nieuport aircraft plus period drawings of WWI aircraft engines and WWI aircraft.

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Stampe Vertongen SV-4B

http://www16.Brinkster.com/sv4b/page1.htm

Stampe Vertongen SV-4B BAF biplane trainer in the post WWII period only 65 were registered, a few still fly.

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The League of WWI Aviation Historians

http://www.overthefront.com/

The official homepage of The League of WWI Aviation Historians. The publishers of Over The Front, the leading journal in the field of Great War military aviation research.

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The Red Fighter Pilot, by Manfred von Richthofen

http://www.richthofen.com/

An on-line edition of Captain Manfred von Richthofen's 1917 account of the airwar during WWI.

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Who killed the Red Baron?

http://www.anzacs.net/who-killed-the-Red-Baron.htm

An archive of files on the controversy which surrounds the world's greatest Air-Ace and a re-examination of the question: Who killed The Red Baron?

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ww1Fighters.com

http://www.ww1fighters.com/

Dedicated to the research of aircraft from WWI. Includes an extensive database of WWII aircraft.

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