Fokker Dr.I

Chris Blandford's replica

Dayton WWI Fly-in, 2003

Dr-I Bones

Ken Foran took these photos of an uncovered Dr-I.

Von Richtoven Crash Diorama

At Easter this year I visited the Aviation Heritage Center at Omaka in Blenheim , New Zealand and took some photos which may be suitable for adding to the WWI website.

Here are some photos from the museum of a 1:1 scale diorama of Manfred von Richthofen's crash. I have been told that the mannequins' faces were silicon moulded from some of Peter Jackson's employees' faces. On display around the diorama are some original MvR victory trophies, actual fabric cross from the crashed Dr1 and personal articles such as silver ware.

Flying replica

Photos by Ken Hornby, Dawn patrol, Dayton 2000

Brent Theobald ( ) sent these photos taken by Ken Hornby.

"A Study in Oil Leakage".

Photos by Lance Krieg, Dawn Patrol, Dayton 2003

Lance adds:
These LeRhone powered flying reproductions illustrate oil patterns and typical Fokker practice.

Brussels Fokker Dr.I

These photos were kindly provided by Knut Erik Hagen. The photos were taken in Feb 2003 at the Royal Army and Military History Museum (Musée Royal de l'Armée et d'Histoire Militaire / Koninklijk Museum van het Leger en de Krijgsgeschiedenis) in Brussels , Belgium.

Knut adds: This is a Fokker Dreidecker replica supposed to be with original parts.

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