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World War I was the first major conflict involving the large-scale use of aircraft. Tethered ... This legislation was rooted in a fear that airplanes would be used to attack undefended cities, violating Article 69 of the Den Hague Reglement (the set of ...

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There are a total of 199 World War 1 Aircraft (1914-1918) - Combat Airplanes of The Great War in the Military Factory. .... The Avro Type 504 biplane became of the most remarkable airplane designs to come out of the ...... WW1 Aircraft of 1918.

www.ducksters.com/history/world_war_i/aviation_and_aircraft_of_ww1.php

Kids learn about aviation and aircraft of World War I. Airplanes were first used in WW1 for reconnaissance and bombings. Famous fighter pilots called aces ...

www.ranker.com/list/world-war-1-airplanes/mike-rothschild

World War One airplanes began as primitive, unarmed artillery spotters that could barely take offensive action - and ended as powerful bombers and sleek ...

www.historynet.com/gallery-wwi-planes.htm

Aug 20, 2013 ... Ready for trouble, pilot Sergeant Georges Brou mans a Browning machine gun and his observer, Sub-Lieutenant Jean Billon de Plan, raises ...

www.theatlantic.com/photo/2014/04/world-war-i-in-photos-aerial-warfare/507326

Apr 27, 2014 ... World War I was the first major conflict to see widespread use of ... Airplanes, along with kites, tethered balloons, and zeppelins gave all major ...

www.militaryaviationmuseum.org/ww1-aircraft.html

Donations · Sponsorships · Leading Edge Circle · Plane Rides · Volunteers ... WWI - Aircraft. Our World War One biplane and triplane collection continues to ...

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Below is a random picture of a WWI pilot or airplane. ... 1914 - In the first few months of the war, combat between airplanes was unknown; they were used for ...

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Jun 27, 2014 ... http://www.bbc.co.uk/ww1 How aviation technology developed rapidly in WW1 to create planes of war.