Louis Bleriot's first flight across the English Channel



25 July 1909

Louis Bleriot's first flight across the English Channel on July 25, 1909. From "Domenica del Corriere".

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    Louis Bleriot's flight in a monoplane across the English Channel on July 25, 1909. From "Le Petit Journal".

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    Louis Bleriot's first flight across the English Channel on July 25, 1909. From "Domenica del Corriere".

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    "Royal Air Force Aerial Pageant". Great Britain, around 1920. Colour lithograph, 73.5 x 48.5cm.

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    Fighter squadron of Baron von Richthofen, the "Red Baron", World War I German air ace. Watercolour

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    Battle between German and British airplanes, 1916 Anonymous painter. Oil on canvas

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    American fighter pilot, 1914,caricature. Pilot is a Native North American and on the plane sits a cowboy with a lasso. Postcard,published by the Command of the k.und k. Fliegerersatztruppe Wiener Neustadt

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    Double-decker airplane, model built by Wilhelm Kress (1836-1913).

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    Emperor Franz Joseph watches the first "Dirigible", later called "Zeppelin", slowly moving across the courtyard of Schoenbrunn Palace in Vienna. The airship dropped black-and-yellow flags (the Imperial colours) while crossing. Watercolour, 1908

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    Poster for the International Aviation Meeting in Vienna, Aspern airfield, June 1912.

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    French aviation pioneer Louis Bleriot demonstrates his latest plane in Vienna, in the presence of Emperor Franz Joseph. (The Emperor and Bleriot in the left wing of the painting).

    26-02-01/69

    The Messerschmidt in Windsor Great Park 1940 Pastel, pencil, and watercolour on paper; 400 x 578 mm In 1940 Nash was made an Official War Artist to the Royal Air Force. He made many studies of planes and wrecked enemy aircraft, although he was not allowed to fly in a plane himself because of health problems. His drawings and paintings of the period are vivid re-interpretations of the scenes he witnessed. He was particularly interested in the bizarre relationships between man-made and natural forms, and making static objects appear animated. Here the crashed German plane takes on a totem-like presence, accentuated by the strange shadows. N05716

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    Le depart - The departure, 1954 Canvas,23 x 32 cm MNPL 330

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    Sans Titre - without title. Watercolour on paper, 26 x 18,5 cm

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    Aviation Meeting in Nice,April 10-25th 1910. Poster by Charles Besson.

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    Ohne Titel (L'avion meurtrier)- Untitled (murderous air- plane) Photographic collage (1920)

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    "Whamm"

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    The formal perfection of boat, airship, and airplane. Analytical plate of four parts collage (1928) 47.8 x 143 cm

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    Airplane above the Train. Oil on canvas (1913) 55.7 x 88.3 cm

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    Sabiha Goekcan, Turkey's first female pilot, is the adoptive daughter of Mustafa Kemal Atatuerk, founder and first president of modern Turkey.

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    Sabiha Goekcan, Turkey's first female pilot, is the adoptive daughter of Mustafa Kemal Atatuerk, founder and first president of modern Turkey.

    52-02-01/20

    President Dwight Eisenhower arriving and the First Lady on a state visit in Ankara.

    52-02-01/24

    In 1952 locust swarms flying in from Saudi Arabia threatened Iran's harvest. In a unique cooperation, US- and Soviet pilots and specialists sprayed the infested areas.US-pilot Dick Dyer flies past a flag- waving farmer who indicates the border of infestation.

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    In 1952 locust swarms flying in from Saudi Arabia threatened Iran's harvest. In a unique cooperation, US and Soviet pilots and specialists sprayed the infested areas. The Stearman, a biplane, flying low over an infested area.

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    In 1952 locust swarms flying in from Saudi Arabia threatened Iran's harvest. In a unique cooperation, US and Soviet pilots and specialists sprayed the infested areas. Iranian boys next to the biplane Stearman.

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