France. Armée de l'air
The Armée de l'Air Française is the air force branch of the French Armed Forces. It was formed in 1909 as the Service Aéronautique, a service arm of the French Army, and then made an independent military branch in 1934.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Jim Bergstrom Collection of World War I Aviation Stereographs
Abstract The Jim Bergstrom Collection of World War I Aviation Stereographs contains five (5) stereograph images of World War I scenes printed by the Keystone View Company.
Edmonds Historical Museum Collection of World War I Photographs
Abstract The collection is comprised of photographs related to French aviation during World War I.
République Française Instructions poster
Collection — oversize: folder
Contents of the Collection The collection contains a single poster, "République Française Instructions," dated April 22, 1916. The 20x30.5" poster is affixed to matboard with glue and at some point has suffered water damage as stains and ripples in the poster are present. It is printed in French and was issued by "Service Aeronautique" and the "Grand Quarter Général des Armées Françaises" and includes the name of "Le Major General Pellé." The poster explains how to distinguish between allied and enemy aircraft by their...
Leon Swietlikowski World War II Collection
Abstract Leon Swietlikowski (1912-1984) was born in Wilno, Poland and served in the Polish Air Force, as well as the Polish squadrons attached to the French Air Force and Royal Air Force, during World War II. The collection includes log books, personnel documents, and photographs of Leon Swietlikowski and his wife, Bette.
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