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Fokker Dreidecker I (1917)

Fokker Dreidecker I (1917)

The German triplane was perhaps the best known plane in World War I.

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Fokker, Fokker Dreidecker I, aircraft, fighter aircraft, airplane, aviation, First World War, Red Baron, triplane wing, cockpit, airframe, fuselage, ailerons, technology, history

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