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in French livery.

German serviceman examining a Lewis gun mounting on a captured Nieuport 11 fighter biplane.

German serviceman examining a Lewis gun mounting on a captured Nieuport 11 fighter biplane.

Morane-Saulnier G single-seat scout-fighter monoplane. Picture shows an aircraft captured by Germans with German insignia. FRENCH AIRCRAFT OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Morane-Saulnier G single-seat scout-fighter monoplane. Picture shows an aircraft captured by Germans with German insignia.

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[Photo] Australian troops with captured Morane-Saulnier fighters and a Potez 630 bomber, Syria, Jul 1941

Lewis gun mounting on a captured Nieuport 11 fighter biplane.

Q German serviceman examining a Lewis gun mounting on a captured Nieuport 11 fighter biplane.

Nieuport 17 single-seat fighter biplane. Captured aircraft with German markings  FRENCH AIRCRAFT OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR

Q Nieuport 17 single-seat fighter biplane. Captured aircraft with German markings.

Morane Parasol in German markings at Jastaschule I. Captured allied aircraft were often used by the fighter school at Valenciennes.

Morane Saulnier P of Squadron N 31 of the MdL crew Charles Gauthier (pilot) and soldier Abel Denis (machine gunner) forced to land in German-held territory near Bersee after an aerial fight against Vizefeldwebel Georg Strasser from Jasta July 1917

Another captured French aircraft at the German fighter school near Valenciennes (see photo nearby): this time a Nieuport 17.~ BFD

Another captured French aircraft at the German fighter school near Valenciennes (see photo nearby): this time a Nieuport BFD

French aircraft on patrol during the First World War. © L'Illustration Newspaper, photographer unknown, ca. 1915,

A view of a biplane from another biplane. L’Illustration Newspaper, photographer unknown, ca. French aircraft on patrol during the First World War. That's a view few pilots get to see anymore.

French aircraft Breguet Br.14 allegedly captured as a trophy by the red army from foreign invaders during the Civil war in Russia

French aircraft Breguet allegedly captured as a trophy by the red army from foreign invaders during the Civil war in Russia

Fokker Eindecker planes were the scourge of the skies from summer 1915 onwards, until early 1916.  Designed by Dutch engineer Anthony Fokker, the monoplane Eindecker was the first airplane to have an interrupter gearing mechanism that allowed the pilot to fire a machine-gun through the propeller blades without hitting them.  Fokker had based his mechanism on a crude French prototype attached to a captured French aircraft. This modern replica is a Fokker Eindecker E III

The first flight of the Fokker Eindecker monoplane fighter occurred on the The advent of the first 'Fokker Scourge'.

Curtiss Hawk Model 75 (P-36). The Germans captured several dozen of Armée de l’Air Curtiss H-75 Hawks during the French campaign in the summer of 1940

Curtiss Hawk Model 75 The Germans captured several dozen of Armée de l’Air Curtiss Hawks during the French campaign in the summer of 1940

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