The battle between British SE5s and Werner Voss in his Fokker triplane
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|Caption||Men and Machines: Death Flight. Werner Voss had 49 kills to his name when he was shot down over France in September 1917. (Top left) The view of Voss as his twin Spandau machine guns attack a British aircraft; (centre left) Major James McCudden, VC the British ace whose team dispatched Voss; (main pic) the battle between British SE5s and Voss in his Fokker triplane. Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 692 (19 April 1975).|
|Creator||English School (20th century)|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|Werner Voss Germany German World War I Great War First World War aeroplane planes aircraft flying ace Spandau machine guns Major James McCudden VC SE5 Fokker biplane triplane battle British SE5s and Werner Voss|
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