- De Havilland DH.2 in action by Peter Cooksley, Richard Hudson, Glen Phillips, Don Greer

By Peter Cooksley, Richard Hudson, Glen Phillips, Don Greer

Althought Geoffrey De Havillands DH.2 was once take pleasure in a few significant good fortune opposed to the Fokker monoplane it was once no longer constructed particularly as a counter weapon to the Eindecker, in truth the 1st DH.2 prototype flew within the early summer season of 1915 simply because the first Fokkers have been achieving front. The DH.2 has a safe a spot within the annals of air warfare...

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