Dogfight, World War I

Image credit: Royal Air Force Museum

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This First World War dogfight shows a Morane-Saulnier Type BB plane, seen from above, diving left to right. A German monoplane is breaking up below it, right. Another allied aircraft is in the background. Bursts of anti-aircraft fire rise below them.

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Dogfight, World War I




oil on canvas


H 63 x W 53.5 cm

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