|79. Rumpler C.I|
The classic German two-seater is covered with over 100 rare archive photos.
|77. Albatros C.VII|
The famous German WWI two-seater is covered with over 70 rare archive photos.
|75. AGO C.I|
German pushers are rare and the AGO is the most famous example.
|74. RAF FE8|
Jack M Bruce profiles the famous WWI British pusher fighter.
|73. Friedrichshafen F33E|
This well known German seaplane was probably the most extensively-built machine of its type in WWI.
|72. (Airco) DH9|
The DH9 proved inferior to its DH4 predecessor but nevertheless saw widespread service in the latter stages of the war. Unmatched reference for modellers of the 'Nine'.
|71. LVG C.V|
The ubiquitous C.V saw successful service with German Fl.Abt. units in 1917/1918.
|70. Martinsyde Elephant|
The Elephant was the first British multi-gun fighter. Dozens of photos and detailed scale plans feature in this Datafile.
|69. Halberstadt C.V|
The C.V was designed for high altitude, long distance and reconnaissance and photographic roles.
|67. AEG C.IV|
The rugged metal structure of the C.IV made it ideal for Middle East operations.
|66. RAF BE12/a/b|
An attempt to power up the 2c, the 12's wartime career was one of mixed fortunes.
|63. Aviatik C.I|
This attractive two-seater was used effectively as a bomber, spotter and photo recon' machine in the early part of WWI.
|62. RAF RE5/7|
A unique study of two hitherto poorly-recorded types.