Aviation in World War I Quiz

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Aviation in World War I Quiz
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World War I spurred the development of aviation in many countries around the world. It was used for three purposes: reconnaissance, bombing and destroying enemy aircraft.

The Aviation in World War I Quiz we offer you to answer today consists of 15 interesting questions that can be answered correctly only by those who know the subject very well. Test your knowledge!

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1. What kind of aircraft were represented by aviation during World War I?

2. This airplane, which participated in World War I, was designed by Ignatz Etrich after reading the work of the botanist Friedrich Alborne on the stability of airplanes.

3. Which state was the first country to separate its air force into a separate branch of the military not under the control of the army or navy?

4. How was air combat fought at the beginning of World War I?

5. The ram was first used on September 8, 1914. Who among the pilots of World War I carried it out?

6. Were airships used during World War I for bombing?

7. Is it true that during World War I German balloons equipped with a camera to take pictures of distant objects?

8. The date from which the development of Russia's territorial Air Defense Forces begins.

9. Which aircraft carried out the bombardment of Paris on March 20, 1915?

10. In what year did Turkey begin to develop combat aviation?

11. Which country had the largest air fleet in the world at the beginning of World War I?

12. What was the motto of the Royal British Flying Corps?

13. On the eve of World War I, this country's air force included 10 observation balloons, 39 planes and 85 pilots. This is ...

14. The Russian Lebed XII is ...

15. For what purpose were monocoque fuselage designs introduced in the 1910s?