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World War One Aeroplanes is The Journal of the Early Aeroplane, a triumph by Mr. Leo Opdycke, the editor and publisher. A modest subscription fee brings four issues annually and can be ordered by writing to 15 Crescent Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. This fee barely covers the cost of printing and many members try to make additional contributions.
Cross & Cockade International (CCI) is the First World War Aviation Historical Society.  The editors and publishers are all great contributors to our field and I admire them very much.  There are around 1,500 members in 25 countries all over the world.  Cross & Cockade GB was formed in 1970 as the British arm of Cross & Cockade in the USA, which was formed in 1960.



On this site you will learn all about the Fokker-Team-Schorndorf - a group of young men - who have devoted themselves to the study of German aircraft development up to 1920.  

Over the Front is a quarterly Journal. Every issue is a treat. 

The Memorial Flight is a non-profit organization formed in 1988 which aims to preserve French and European aeronautical heritage, specifically of the First World War. I had the opportunity of visiting Alain Vallet in his sheds at Le Bourget outside of Paris in June of 2000 and had a wonderful time; he is a marvelous leader of this fine organization.  
Thorsten Pietsch's very good site, Frontflieger, is dedicated to all members of the German Air Service 1914 - 1918.


Jasta 11, is the site of my good friend Oliver who has a wonderful collection.



Fokker Dr1 specializes in the tri-plane and has some very good source material and is well worth the visit.