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  • The End of the Cuxhaven Raid, Christmas Day, 1914

    The End of the Cuxhaven Raid, Christmas Day, 1914

    (art) Made by: Pearson, R

    Art.IWM ART 3137

    image: A scene during the raid on Cuxhaven, with the crew of a Royal Navy Air Service seaplane being brought onboard Royal Navy submarine E11. The seaplane is on the surface of the water to the left, having been scuttled so as to prevent it going into...

  • 'R 34' and 'R 29' in the Shed at East Fortune

    'R 34' and 'R 29' in the Shed at East Fortune

    (art) Made by: Cooper, Alfred Egerton 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4086

    image: Two enormous airships being worked on within a hangar-like aircraft shed. Workers are visible on the ground, appearing tiny next to the airships.

  • sword, Royal Naval Air Service, Officer, with scabbard

    sword, Royal Naval Air Service, Officer, with scabbard

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Gieves Ltd, London

    WEA 821

    The Royal Naval Air Service (RNAS) was originally created to fly airships in conjunction with the fleet. However, during the first three years of the First World War, the RNAS also operated aeroplanes and armoured cars. On 1st April 1918 the RNAS...

  • Beta airship (port side)

    Beta airship (port side)

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 229

    model Solid 1/2 block (vertically sectioned) model mounted on a solid backboard

  • Parseval airship (port side)

    Parseval airship (port side)

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 230

    model Solid 1/2 block (vertically sectioned) model mounted on a solid baseboard

  • C Star (C *) type airship (port side)

    C Star (C *) type airship (port side)

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 664

    model Solid 1/2 block (vertically sectioned) model mounted on a solid baseboard

  • Sea-Scout Zero No.6 non-rigid airship (port side)

    Sea-Scout Zero No.6 non-rigid airship (port side)

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 190

    This type of British non-rigid airship was introduced into service in 1916 and had a top speed of 45 mph, a flight endurance of seventeen hours and a crew of three. These airships were mainly employed on anti-submarine patrols and convoy escort duties.

  • Sea-Scout non-rigid airship (port side)

    Sea-Scout non-rigid airship (port side)

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 191

    model Solid 1/2 block (vertically sectioned) model mounted on a solid baseboard

  • Sea-Scout Twin non-rigid airship (port side)

    Sea-Scout Twin non-rigid airship (port side)

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 192

    model Solid 1/2 block (vertically sectioned) model mounted on a solid baseboard

  • Astra Torres airship (starboard side)

    Astra Torres airship (starboard side)

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 165

    model Solid 1/2 block (vertically sectioned) model mounted on a solid baseboard

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