Apocalypse - La 1ère guerre mondiale

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Documentary Miniseries (2014)

François Arnaud (Narrator)
Kaiser Wilhelm II (Himself)
King George V (Himself)
Mathieu Kassovitz (Narrator)

(Synopsis needed)

Fokker Dr.I

Fokker Dr.I FI 102/17 used sometimes by Manfred von Richthofen but in which Kurt Wolff was shot down on 15 September 1917. This plane was not red but green !


Nieuport 12

Or Nieuport 10 ?
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.


Nieuport 24 Bis

Not sure it's a model 24bis but the V wing struts are not compatible with a model 28.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.


Voisin III

Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.


Caquot dirigible

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Zodiac XII Spiess


Unidentified German Aircraft


Fokker D.II


Gotha G.IV


Albatros B.I


Sopwith F.1 Camel


Zeppelin LZ11 Viktoria Luise

First flight on 19 February 1912. Broke apart while being put into its hangar on 8 October 1915.




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