A Farewell to Arms

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A Farewell to Arms movie poster.

Movie (1932)
French title : L'adieu aux armes

Starring:
Helen Hayes (Catherine Barkley)
Gary Cooper (Lieutenant Frederic Henry)
Adolphe Menjou (Major Rinaldi)
Mary Philips (Helen Ferguson)

(Synopsis needed)


Unidentified Aircraft

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Gotha G.V

Despite the dragon emblem, it's not the Martin NBS-1 seen in Wings.
Probably a model or a scaled down replica of a Gotha G.V.
The individual marking is this of Gotha G.Va 723/17 (which has had a different landing gear). This aircraft came down in France on 5th July 1918.

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Seen again in a shot between the fighters straffing.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Fighters straffing the retreating troops.

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