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Bristol Scout
The Scout was one of the early fighter aircraft of the First World War and became the first wheeled landplane to take off from a moving ship.

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Miles Magister

The Magister or 'Maggie' as it was nicknamed was used to train Royal Air Force pilots during the 1930s, with around 700 in service at the outbreak of World War 2.

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Messerschmitt Bf 109

The Bf 109 was the Luftwaffe's main fighter aircraft of the late 1930s and saw combat during the Spanish Civil War as part of the Condor Legion.

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