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Commander in Chief

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WW1 French aviation.
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http://albindenis.free.fr/Site_escadrille/page_centaine.htm

Fill yer boots!



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Excellent! wink



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Excellent resource.  This detail from one of the pictures there reminds me of someone ...

 



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Parbleu! Who would be that?

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I thought it was this chap!
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Mais non messieurs, c'est Jacques Tati, ça!

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Ah, but the resemblance is uncanny, you will concede, when viewed in the right light, and with aid of a mirror.



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d_fernetti wrote:

Parbleu! Who would be that?


 Old Charlessmile



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Certainly the Schnozzola was formidable. I don't suppose that was the inspiration for the insignia?



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