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British rigid airship No. 9 in flight, WW1 Featured 4 Nov 2011 Print

British rigid airship No. 9 in flight, WW1

British rigid airship No. 9 (also known as 9r) during the First World War, the first British rigid airship to be completed by Vickers. Her trial flight took place on 27 November 1916, and she went to her station at Howden, Yorkshire, on 4 April 1917, later going to Pulham, Norfolk, providing many hours of valuable training and experimental data for British airship crews and designers. Date: 1916-1918

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans

Morane-Saulnier N and Henry Farman biplane, WW1 Featured 4 Nov 2011 Print

Morane-Saulnier N and Henry Farman biplane, WW1

A Morane-Saulnier Type N French monoplane fighter aircraft, with Lieutenant Bayetto of the RFC (Royal Flying Corps) in the cockpit during the First World War. In the background is a Henry Farman biplane (dating from 1910-1911) with a 50hp Gnome engine. Date: 1915-1918

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British airship Beta at Firminy, France, WW1 Featured 4 Nov 2011 Print

British airship Beta at Firminy, France, WW1

The British airship Beta (HMA No. 17) on the landing ground at Firminy near Dunkirk, northern France, during the First World War. She had a 45-50 Clerget engine, a speed of 35 mph and a crew of three, and could reach an altitude of 4000 feet. The ship took part in air reconnaissance over enemy lines, and in escorting ships across the Channel. She then returned to the UK for training -- all early airship pilots, both naval and military, did their preliminary training in her. Date: circa December 1914

© Imperial War Museum/Robert Hunt Library/Mary Evans