||D.VII Full Text||
|The Fokker D.VII was unquestionably the best all-round German fighter of the First World War and would provide the foundation for the Boeing PW-9. While not especially fast, the D.VII's strong point was its great maneuverability at high altitudes. It was extremely easy to fly and had no terrors for the beginner. The Richthofen 'Circus', received the first D.VIIs in time for the Second Battle of the Aisne in May 1918, and soon found that the new type gave them a good margin of advantage over their opponents. Read More...|
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