WW1 AVIATION SITES
This section includes Historical Society's, museums and websites dedicated to WW1 aviation.
The Australian War Memorial
The Australian War Memorial commemorates the sacrifice of Australian men and women who have served in war, through its ceremonial areas, extensive exhibitions and research.
Member John Greech's website dedicated to 66 Squadron RFC/RAF. John has been researching the squadron since the late 1980's and this site is chock full of great information.
Cross and Cockade International
Cross and Cockade International is a First World War Aviation Historical Society.
Canadian Aviation Historical Society
Dedicated to the preservation of Canada's military and civilian flying heritage. Formed in 1962, supports ten chapters across Canada.
Frontflieger - The Soldiers of the German Air Force
The most comprehensive site on WW1 German aviation on the web. There are some english translations but most of this site is written in german.
Juanita Franzi Aero Illustrations
Juanita Franzi is a specialist technical illustrator with particular expertise in the aviation and aero-historical fields. She prepares Technical Illustrations for training, air safety publications, educational textbooks, promotional posters, patent applications, instruction manuals and technical brochures.
League of WW1 Aviation Historians
Over the Front - The official website of the League of World War I Aviation Historians, our sister society in the United States.
Lost Medals Australia
This site is dedicated to returning medals to the veteran's nearest kin, states the opening line of this website. Lieutenant Colonel Glyn Llanwarne since 2000 has been acquiring, researching and then returning lost medals to veterans or their families. Lt. Col. Llanwarne does this free of any charge or fee.
Military & History Heritage Victoria
MHHV is an incorporated not-for-profit association registered in Victoria. MHHV Incorporated was established to provide an inclusive forum for individuals and groups who are passionate about military history and heritage in Victoria.
Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre
Located at Marlborough's historically significant Omaka Aerodrome, the Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre was established to provide a world-class destination for the appreciation of historic aircraft.
The Vintage Aviator Ltd
The Vintage Aviator Ltd endeavour to maintain absolute authenticity with the original design. We make both airworthy and static aircraft for museum display and private collections. Our engineers look after, and operate, the WW1 aircraft owned by the 1914 -18 Aviation Heritage Trust.
The Western Front Association
The Western Front Association (WFA) was formed with the aim of furthering interest in The Great War of 1914-1918. We also aim to perpetuate the memory, courage and comradeship of all those on all sides who served their countries in France and Flanders and their own countries during The Great War.
Windsock Data Files
Home of the worlds' largest range of WWI aeroplane books and journals for modellers and enthusiasts. If you're fans of classic 1914-1918 aircraft such as the Albatros, Bristol Fighter, BE2c, Fokker, Gotha, Nieuport, Pfalz, Roland, Rumpler, SE5a, Sopwith Camel, Pup and Triplane, Spad and many more, this is the site for you!
These sites are dedicated to the modelling world.
A Gallery of my Models - Paul Carpenter
Carpo has written a few articles for the website, now take a look at his magnificent work via his wonderful website.
Australian Plastic Modellers Association
APMA is an organisation which aims to promote the enjoyment of scale modelling for all ages.
Rowan Broadbent's Pheon Models goal is to create “a series of decal sets of unprecedented accuracy and quality, which will build with regular releases to cover aircraft and units of the air forces of all of the major powers.
Ray Rimell's WW1 World
The legendary Ray Rimmell welcomes all scale model enthusiasts that drop by his site, especially those with a passion for WWI aeroplanes, who may linger long enough to scroll through selected images culled from a lifetime of model publishing. Scale Models; Battle; Voyager; Wings;Sea Classics International;Airfix Magazine; Model Boats; PKC and ultimately, Windsock Worldwide.
Wingnut Wings' passion is to provide accurate, highly detailed, large scale models that are as enjoyable to build for both the experienced and novice modeller alike. By designing these models to be a pleasure to build we hope to attract people unaccustomed to the satisfaction of modelling aviation's epic and tragic pioneer years.