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Royal Air Force Museum London - Milestones of Flight - Sopwith Camel
England

Milestones of Flight Colection: A general view with British Sopwith Camel at centre of image, at right side the German Fokker D-VII, both from World War I, Eurofighter Typhoon jet fighter, at left and DeHaviland Mosquito at centre at floor.

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Tags: museum; museu; air force; força aerea; aviation; aviação; avião; aircraft; airplane; raf; aicraft; hangar; hendon; historic; historico
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