Author Topic: Rare WW1 photos uploaded from the Air Force Museum of NZ photo archive  (Read 220 times)

Offline Dave W

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The Air Force Museum of NZ is progressively uploading its entire photo archive on its website, with high resolution downloadable files.

Here are the latest WW1 images:

No. 21 Squadron Royal Air Force, Sopwith Dolphin, E4514, 'E'. Unknown location.





RE8, 4889, B1, with 2nd Lieutenant John McDermont



RE 8, A3432



BE2, 7103. Note the machine gun arrangements.



We'll have more from the Air Force Museum of NZ photo archive soon.

The web link to the archive is: https://fotoweb.airforcemuseum.co.nz/fotoweb/

Dave Wilson
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Offline RLWP

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That's brilliant!

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Offline Alexis

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Thanks for sharing Dave , those are some nice photo's ! Really like the BE !

Alexis
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Offline skeeterbuck

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On the 1st and 3rd pics of the RE8 and the one of the BE2 it appears that the rigging wires have been retraced to make them more noticeable. Thoughts?

Nice clear pics none the less.

Chuck