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    WW1 Italian Aircraft

    Authored By Staff Writer | Last Updated: 12/4/2015

    While joining the Allies only later in the conflict, the Italian commitment against the Central Powers should not be overlooked.





    There are a total of (20) World War 1 Italian Aircraft in the Military Factory. Entries are listed below in alphanumeric order. Flag images indicative of country of origin.




    1918
    Ansaldo A 1 Balilla (Hunter)
    The Ansaldo A 1 Balilla ("Hunter") was the first aircraft fighter design of Italian origins. Italian... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Ansaldo A 1 Balilla (Hunter)

    1914
    Aviatik B.I
    The Aviatik B.I series handled reconnaissance duties for Germany in the early years of the war, serv... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Aviatik B.I

    1909
    Bleriot XI
    The Bleriot XI was one of the first notable monoplanes to achieve any level of fame. Primitive by to... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Bleriot XI

    1915
    Caproni Ca.1
    While the British Handley Page and German Gotha bombers receive their fair share of notoriety in Wor... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Caproni Ca.1

    1917
    Caproni Ca.3
    The Caproni Ca.36 represented the definitive model in the C-bomber series debuted in 1914 as the C.3... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Caproni Ca.3

    1918
    Caproni Ca.4
    Giovanni Caproni was a prolific Italian aircraft designer of the 20th Century with his contributions... [Read More]
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    1914
    Caudron G.3
    As was the case with most of the aircraft featured during World War 1 (1914-1918), the French Caudro... [Read More]
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    1915
    Caudron G.4
    The Caudron G.4 series was a twin-engine bomber platform introduced in the early years of World War ... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Caudron G.4

    1914
    Farman MF.11 Shorthorn
    The Farman MF.11 "Shorthorn" was a development of French aeronautical engineering and was essentiall... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Farman MF.11 Shorthorn

    1916
    Hanriot HD.1
    Despite its French origins, the Hanriot HD.1 biplane fighter saw extensive service with the Belgian ... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Hanriot HD.1

    1917
    Macchi M.5
    The Italian concern of Macchi was founded in 1912 by Giulio Macchi out of Varese, Italy. Despite Ita... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Macchi M.5

    1918
    Macchi M.7
    Before the Italian concern of Macchi developed its stable of frontline fighters for the Italian Air ... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the Macchi M.7

    1915
    Nieuport 11 (Bebe)
    The Nieuport 11 "Bebe" (or "Baby" - known officially as the "Nieuport 11 C1") was one of the first t... [Read More]
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    1916
    Nieuport 17
    Fresh off of the heels of the success that was the Nieuport 11, the Nieuport 17 was a direct develop... [Read More]
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    1917
    Nieuport 27
    The Nieuport Nie.27 (or simply Nieuport 27) was designed by Gustave Delage and became an advanced tr... [Read More]
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    1910
    Rumpler Taube (Etrich Taube)
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    1915
    Sopwith Baby
    Sopwith Aviation was founded in 1912 by Thomas Sopwith (1888-1989) at Kingston upon Thames in London... [Read More]
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    1916
    SPAD S.VII
    The SPAD S.VII (or "S.7") was one of France's best single-seat fighters of World War 1 (1914-1918). ... [Read More]
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    1917
    SPAD S.XI
    The storied engineering career of Frenchman Louis Bechereau spanned decades and several popular des... [Read More]
    Thumbnail picture of the SPAD S.XI

    1917
    SPAD S.XIII
    The SPAD S.XIII (S.13) was a further development of the successful SPAD S.VII (S.7) design, the latt... [Read More]
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