Aviation Photo #0588582 Fokker D-VIII Replica - Untitled

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After its crash on August 18, 2002 during the Schaffen Fly-In this aircraft was rebuild by the volonteers of the Stampe Museum in Antwerp. The original German markings were replaced by the markings worn by the Fokker D.VIII '17' that came in the hands of Belgian Air Force Lt.Albert Van Cotthem after the World War I armistice in 1918. He used the aircraft during various aerobatics competions. The marking '17' was applied during the competition at Evere on June 4th and 5th, 1921.
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