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Fokker D.VII

Designed by Reinhold Platz, the Fokker D.VII was arguably the best fighter of World War I.  First flown in 1918, the D.VII was the only airplane singled out in the Treaty of Versailles for confiscation or destruction at the end of the war.

Fokker D.VIIs were used by several allied air services after the war and influenced fighter design well into the 1920s. 

     
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Type: Fighter
Engines: one 185 hp (138 kW) BMW IIIa 6-cylinder in-line piston engine
     

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Fokker D.VII in action
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A Flight of Bluebirds
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