WW1 Aviation Links
Links to other WW1 Aviation sites
- WW1 Aviation Interest Websites
- Frank Luke
This site is based on a documentary being prepared about Frank Luke; the balloon-busting US pilot
- 207 Sqn Association
- 207 Sqn flew the massive HP 0/400
207 Sqn flew the massive HP 0/400. There's a very nice section on WW1, with useful information for us historians
- 66 Squadron RFC
A real in-depth piece of research by member John Grech.John's been grafting on this project for over 12 years, and has amassed a wealth of detail on the squadron, especially their time with Camels in Italy during 1917/18 - and the fascinating characters who served in it. Quite a bunch ...
Charles Gosse has some serious stuff in his collection. Real pieces of real WW1 aeroplanes - mostly German
- The Aerodrome
A veritable goldmine of useful information
- Aerofoil Research Group
Piccies & specs of the RAF aerofoil sections - plus LOTS more
Snaps and streaming videos of replica WW1 aircraft
- The art of Eric Humphrey
The art of Eric Humphrey. Some lovely work ...
- AJD Engineering
Who build THE most fantastic WW1 replicas
A site dedicated to the 80,000 Anzacs who didn't return from the "Big One". It's here primarily because of an excellent (animated) section on Dr Miller's work on the last flight of the Red Baron.
- Avro 504
Everything you always wanted to know about the Avro 504. Early days - but this site has great potential!
- "Balilla" del Capitano Locatelli
History, photos and notes ... and now with an English language version
- Belgian Air Historical Association
- Bob Pearson's Aircraft Profiles
A collection of stunning WW1 aircraft profiles from the mouse of Bob Pearson
- Bob Pearson - Another Site
And there's more! Lots more profiles, including his pre-computer artwork
- Bob Pearson - Yet Another Site
This one shared with one Chris Banyai-Riepl - who does equally excellent profiles of more modern flying machines
- Brian Johannesson
A collection of rather nice shots taken at the training school at Ismailia, 1917, by a relative. Nice Bristols ...
- British Anzani Archive
Life and times of Alessandro Anzani and his company
- Brooks Aviation Art
- A great selection of WW1 art
A great selection of WW1 art from a variety of different - and very talented - artists, for sale at reasonable prices.
Aviation "e"zine based on IPMS material - and very good it is too. Some lovely Italian WW1 stuff ...
- days spent in training in Egypt
A life. Some lovely shots from days spent in training in Egypt and the UK. My favourite is a bent Bristol M1C ...
- Lt GR Craig, MC
- site dedicated to the life of this 44 Sqn Camel pilot
A site dedicated to the life of this 44 Sqn Camel pilot. Some of the best photos are modern shots of the airfield site at Hainault Farm - an amazing amount of stuff survives!
- Death of Richthofen
Well-written article by Dr Miller
- DH Museum Trident Appeal
The De Havilland Museum at Hatfield are raising money for renovating a Trident. Hardly WW1 - but it's an excellent cause, and of course they do have some serious WW1 stuff :-)
- Fallen German Aviators
Excellent project being run by Thorsten Pietsch. The aim is to record the graves, details etc of all fallen German airmen from WW1
- Fighter Pilot's Ace List
A league table of WW1 fighter aces from all participating countries
Site commemorating Royal Bavarian Air Force SchuSta 24b, largely put together from the photo album, diaries and documents of Franz Xaver Brandl
- Flying Circle Graphics
One man's tale of why he's fascinated with WW1 aviation - with some good graphics
- Fokker Dr.I
Excellent beginnings of a site dedicated to the Fokker Dr.I and those who flew them, especially a certain Baron ...
- Fokker D.VII
Site specialising in Anthony Fokker's greatest WW1 design
- Great War Display Team
The Great War Display Team operate up to 10 replica Great War aircraft providing a realistic demonstration of aerial warfare at the dawn of aerial combat
- Honours and Awards to Canadians in British Flying Services
Does just what it says on the tin! Excellent resource for those researching Canadian airmen
- IPMS WW1 CyberChapter
For any IPMS WW1 modeller who can't get to branch meetings
- Jasta Boelcke
Dedicated to the memory of the man Oswald. Developing into a really useful reference site. Stick to it chaps!
- The Lafayette Escadrille
Nice new site dedicated to the planes and members of the Lafayette Escadrille
- The Lancet
Just when you thought there was nothing more to say about him, some doctor does an article in the Lancet ...
- Landskrona Museum Archive
700 photos chronicling development of aviation in Sweden during WW1
- Les Chevaliers du Ciel
A French language site on German aces. Nicely put together ...
- Les Forums de l'Histoire
French WW1 site with some very good material
- Lewis Gun Manual
By Van Nostrand - scans of the 1917 original
- original research into Mannock's crash site
French site - with original research into Mannock's crash site, amongst other valuable items
- Memorial Flight
Melvyn Hiscock's site on French WW1 restoration & replica projects
- Museum Francesco Baracca
Nice shots of his Spad VII
- NASA - Evolution of the Aeroplane
This chapter gives a potted history of the fighter aircraft in WW!. Some may argue over the conclusions and comments.
- Oeffag Albatros Profiles
The captions are in Hungarian and English. The profiles are rather tasty :-)
- Patrick Wilson's Dad
Patrick's Dad flew FE2s with 100 Sqn
- Paul Fressanges du Bost
His life as an aviator in French service. Some quality detail on squadron life - and now also translated into English!
- Pen and Sword Books
Click through this link to get a special CCI discount on P&S books
- Pilots & Planes of the First Air War
Many, many photos and article extracts - most of dubious copyright ...
- Shed Models
Chris Sayer and his team make an increasing range of superb 1/200 WW1 metal aircraft models. Their new DH9A is to die for ...
- The Storks
More accurately a (rather nice) potted history of Georges Guynemer and his aircraft
- TL Fuller - Photographer
Site put together by his grandson. This chap took some rather tasty photos at pre-war Larkhill etc
- Tondern Raid
Cracking site built from the records of Toby Yeulett - a pilot lost on the raid
- Tondern Zeppelin Site
Lots of interesting history & photos, but rather dubious use of English ...
This site also contains the complete text of the original 1919 English translation of "Red Air Fighter"
- Russell Smith Art
Aviation artist - with some lovely WW1 paintings on display. I especially like Baracca's SPAD diving over the Piave ...
- Russian Aviation in WW1
A collection of original photos
- Sanke Card Album
An excellent (and growing) collection of Sanke cards - portrait shots of WW1 German airmen
- Spitfire Spares
Doesn't sound like a WW1 aviation site, does it - but this chap makes THE most fantastic full scale propellers!!
- War Times Journal
On line version of Eddie Rickenbacker's autobiography
- WW1 Aircraft Motors
General arrangement drawings of a good number of WW1 engines
- WW1 Aviation - an Illustrated History
Nice site. Lots of information, and plenty of potential
- WW1 Aviation Image Archive
A large number of thumbnail images - mostly well known.