[WWI] Datafile #121

ernest thomas reason108 at hotmail.com
Mon Feb 19 09:31:30 EST 2007


>From: "Crawford Neil" >
>
>a Handley-Page airlines
>London-Paris machine from 1919 with a lewis machine gun mounted
>in the nose position. Was there any reason for this,

Competition amongst the early commercial airlines was downright vicious, 
bordering on piracy. Many a pilot knew the value of a couple of well greased 
and manned Lewis guns on international flights.
E.


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