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TOUCH cette image: Raoul Gervais Lufbery by Francois Vebr

Raoul Gervais Lufbery with his lion cub mascot, Lafayette Escadrille, by Francois Vebr

English WWI fighter ace, Robert Arthur Grosvenor was born 25/5 1895.

English WWI fighter ace, Robert Arthur Grosvenor was born

Capitaine George Guynemer, WW1 French Air Ace of Escadrille N.3 squadron, achieved 53 confirmed victories. He died at the age of 22, his body was never found.

Capitaine George Guynemer, French Air Ace of Escadrille squadron, achieved 53 confirmed victories. He died at the age of his body was never found.

BRITISH SHIPS FIRST WORLD WAR (SP 1159) HMS FURIOUS with Sopwith Camel aircraft arrayed on her forward flight deck.

The HMS Furious' was a British ship that was originally supposed to be a light battlecruiser but was eventually turned into one of the first aircraft carriers. It was 735 ft long and had the capability to carry 36 aircrafts.

Gervais Raoul Lufbery (March 14, 1885 – May 19, 1918) playing with Whiskey and Soda. Lufbery was a French-American fighter pilot and flying ace in World War I.

Raoul Lufbery playing with Whiskey and Soda. lafayette escadrille - american pilots flying for france before america entered wwi

Raoul Lufberry was a French-American fighter pilot and flying ace in World War I. Because he served in both the French and later the United States Army Air Service in World War I, he is sometimes listed as a French ace and sometimes as an American ace, though all but one of his 17 combat victories came while fling in French units

Raoul Lufberry was a French-American fighter pilot and flying ace in World War I. Because he served in both the French and later the United States Army Air Service in World War I, he is sometimes listed as a French ace and sometimes as an American ace, though all but one of his 17 combat victories came while fling in French units

Lafayette Escadrille, N. 124

World War 1 weapons: War on land was dominated by guns and gas, in air, by planes and bombs, under sea by subs and torpedoes.

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