Polish Aviation Museum: The German Aviation Collection – Part II

Continuing on from my previous post on historic German aircraft at the Polish Aviation Museum in Krakow (Muzeum Lotnictwa Polskiego w Krakowie), the following are the World War One combat aircraft that were formerly part of the German Aviation Collection in Berlin at the Deutsche Luftfahrt Sammlung (German Aviation Museum). This Berlin museum once held… Read More Polish Aviation Museum: The German Aviation Collection – Part II

Australian Army Flying Museum – Army Aviation from World War One to Vietnam

The Australian Army Flying Museum sits outside the Army Aviation Centre in Oakey, Queensland. Here you can see a great collection of fixed wing aircraft and helicopters operated by the Australian Army Aviation Corps, including replica’s of a number of aircraft operated by the Australian Flying Corps (AFC) during World War One. Australian Flying Corps… Read More Australian Army Flying Museum – Army Aviation from World War One to Vietnam

The Survivors: World War One’s Iconic Sopwith Camel

SOPWITH CAMEL Designed by Thomas Sopwith himself, of the Sopwith Aviation Company as a further development of the Sopwith Pup, the iconic British Sopwith Camel biplane was the most successful Allied scout fighter of World War One and became the steed of many Allied air aces. Introduced to the Western Front in 1917, the Sopwith… Read More The Survivors: World War One’s Iconic Sopwith Camel

Transforming the Imperial War Museum of London

In June 2012 I visited the excellent Imperial War Museum in London. As you enter the main doors you are immediately within the Grand Atrium, the impressive centrepiece of the museum jam-packed with aircraft, tanks, weaponry and people. Recently I was quite surprised to see some photos of an almost empty Grand Atrium! It turns out the museum is about… Read More Transforming the Imperial War Museum of London