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vintage everyday: Pictures of Aerial Warfare of the World War I

vintage everyday: 40 Amazing Vintage Photographs Captured Aerial Warfare of World War I

Japanese ace, WW1. -Robert Hunt/Windmill Books/UIG via Getty Images

Japanese aviator, 1914 [[MORE]] U-Boot: The oldest photo depicting Japanese aviator that I could find. Unfortunately no additional info, just a solid hint that picture was taken at the beginning of.

Rusmea : Guerra aérea - a primeira guerra mundial em fotos - 100 anos atrás

World War I was the first major conflict to see widespread use of powered aircraft -- invented barely more than a decade before the fighting.

Car of French Military Dirigible "Republique". (Library of Congress) #

World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare

vintage everyday: 40 Amazing Vintage Photographs Captured Aerial Warfare of World War I

A French SPAD S.XVI two-seat biplane reconnaissance aircraft, flying over Compeign Sector, France ca. Note the zig-zag patterns of defensive trenches in the fields below. (Photo by San Diego Air and Space Museum Archive via The Atlantic)

vintage everyday: 40 Amazing Vintage Photographs Captured Aerial Warfare of World War I

Photo Section, Army, “The Balloonatic Section”. Stevens (center, front row) and personnel. Air Service Photographic Section. (Photo by Army Air Forces via The Atlantic)

Rusmea : Guerra aérea - a primeira guerra mundial em fotos - 100 anos atrás

World War I in Photos: Aerial Warfare - The Atlantic. A Sunday morning service in an aerodrome in France. The Chaplain conducting the service from an aeroplane. (National Library of Scotland) #

vintage everyday: 40 Amazing Vintage Photographs Captured Aerial Warfare of World War I

The new Iron Cross insignia of the German Air Service displayed on a bi-plane's wing tips at St. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

A captured German Taube monoplane on display in the courtyard of Les Invalides in Paris in 1915. The Taube was a pre-World War I aircraft only briefly used on the front lines. More bird-like in appearance.

A captured German Taube monoplane, on display in the courtyard of Les Invalides in Paris, in The Taube was a pre-World War I aircraft, only briefly used on the front lines, replaced later by newer designs.

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Dulce et Decorum Est-----Vintage WWI Chemical Warfare Gas Mask Safety War Poster.

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