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Pre-WW2 Aircraft History 1917-1939


 
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Fairey III on the Lee on Solent slipway 1935


First established in the First World War in 1917 by the Admiralty, the establishment flew the Short 184 and other First World War seaplanes.

The Daedalus Virtual Aviation Museum Collection includes the following First World War and Inter-War period aircraft types which were stationed at Lee-on-Solent, 1917-1939.

AUDAX, Hawker
BAILEY, Bristol                         1917
FAIREY IIID                                1921-
FAIREY IIIF                                1930-35
Flycatcher, Fairey                   1930s
HART TRAINER, Hawker
NIMROD, Hawker
OSPREY, Hawker                     1935
RIPON, Blackburn
ROC, Blackburn
SEAFOX, Fairey                        1939-
SEA GLADIATOR, Gloster
SEAGULL Supermarine            1932-
SEAL, Fairey
SHARK, Blackburn
SHORT 184                                  1920s
 SWORDFISH, Fairey                    1939-
TUTOR, Avro
WALRUS, Supermarine             1939-

 
 
HMS Daedalus site from the air looking north, 2000, Lee-on-Solent

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