In this last of his Sopwith blogs, Julian Hale examines the development of the ground-attack Sopwith Salamander
In his latest blog Julian Hale writes of the first purpose-designed carrier-borne torpedo bomber
The Sopwith series of blogs concludes with an examination of the 7F.1 Snipe and the Dragon.
Julian Hale continues his series of blogs on Sopwith aircraft focusing on the Camel and Dolphin
Captain Leefe Robinson and the Destruction of Schütte-Lanz SL11, 3 September 1916
This blog will examine four of Sopwith’s major First World War designs. With the publication of a second blog, the reader will be able to trace the continu
In his latest blog Julian Hale, the Museum's Cross & Cockade Curator, looks at the evolution of a very prolific aviation company.
In his latest blog for the Museum, Julian Hale explores the fighter aircraft of Austro-Hungarian Empire.
A hundred years ago, four squadrons of the Royal Flying Corps flew to France. This article examines the aircraft and their all-too brief service careers.
The AD Scout, known as the Sparrow was one of the most unusual British aircraft of the First World War.