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The chaotic and deadly nature of WWI air warfare

At the beginning of World War One, no military in the world had an aircraft division. However, by the end of the war, planes and other flying craft became central to achieving victory. Powered flight had only been achieved in 1903 with the Wright brothers. However, there had been no effective development of militarised planes by the time war began. That all changed rapidly after the conflict broke out in 1914...

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    The chaotic and deadly nature of WWI air warfare

    The chaotic and deadly nature of WWI air warfare

    At the beginning of World War One, no military in the world had an aircraft division. However, by the end of the war, planes and other flying craft …

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