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Fokker D VII

 
 
The Fokker D VII was a German fighter aircraft flown in the closing months of the war. Constructed with a welded-steel tube fuselage, it incorporated a number of design features suggested by Baron Manfred von Richthofen (The Red Baron). It proved to be the standard against which all new fighters were measured after the war.
 
 

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