How much is a WW1 bomber jacket worth?
they were called pea coats
You can see the different WWI Bombers by following the related links, below.
A WWI English peace medal can be worth forty dollars or more. The specific value of the medal is determined by the current condition of the medal.
no it was a waste of time
Bombs were built before WW1 but the first genuine bomber to be used in combat in WW1 was the French "Voisin" airplane, which bombed the Zeppelin hangers at Metz-Frascaty on August 14, 1914.
The fighter aircraft, bomber aircraft and tank were all introduced and extensively developed in WW1
the model was the first of three models to come out after ww1. they are worth in exc. $700,v.g. $500, good $350, fair $200 and poor $150. good luck
$1 million dollars there is no set value on a WW1 tank. the value would be based on condition and how much a buyer would pay..
They were used as bombers in the early days and were a part of the London blitz of ww1 not the ww2 blitz. then bomber planes were used and Zeppelin's were not needed
Sikorsky got this award during WW1 specifically for re-designing the Ilya Muromets airliner into a four engined bomber .
The value of a WWI trench lighter depends on the condition. A private buyer may buy one in mint condition for over 1,000 dollars.
They pretty much fought in WW1. That's pretty much all there is to it. Haha. :] They fought in WW1. That's pretty much all there is to it. Haha. :]
that would depend on type and condition. the WW1 trench knife (there were two types) prices range from $300 to several hundred. Again, depending on condition
Air Chief Marshal Sir Arthur Harris was famous for being the Commander of RAF Bomber Command during WW2. His experience in WW1 had shaped a conviction that area bombing, including bombing cities was essential to destroy the enemy war production and civilians morale, to force them to pressure their leaders to end war.
WW1 art The art show that they were not much different to us in the WW1 RayeXxX
value would depend on overall condition
A lot beacuse of the reperations
they had billions and billions of pounds
Air Chief Marshal Dowding and Air Chief Marshal Harris were connected in the sense that both were fighter pilots in the Royal Flying Corps in WW1 and 20 + years later in WW2, were the Commanders of Fighter Command and Bomber Command in the Royal Air Force. - Both were quite controversial and had unorthodox methods - but got the job completed successfully.
There were many very famous British biplanes. -Of WW1 fame were the Sopwith Camel, and the Vickers Vimy bomber. Between the wars,the Avro 504 was a famous trainer, and biplanes were even used into WW2. The Gloster Gladiator fighter defended Malta against hordes of German bombers and the famous Fairey Swordfish torpedo bomber helped immensely with sinking the Bismarck,
however much money it takes to kill a lot of people
It really didn't, it was much more militarism
128 sq. miles
Depended on the rifle. $5-$500
No, bombings in WW1 were not as bad as WW2 because of the use of bomber aircraft, which at anytime could fly to London. Also, the Germans were not as technologically advanced enough to travel from France to England with an army and invade. Search on Google images and you can see the damage caused by the Germans in WW2, compared to WW1 and you can see the difference.
Quite alot. about four five billion.
if your talking about ww1, then alliances between country's
Germany inavded Belgium. They didn't have much choice.
pretty much all because of ww1 and ww2.
To an interested buyer these can go anywhere between £2300-£5000, But Why would you sell such a beauty? __ Anywhere from nothing to hundreds of dollars. It's difficult to price a bayonet without knowing more about it. Condition, country, maker, whether it was used in WW1 etc all play a role in what the price would be. If you want an idea what your bayonet is worth, check out Ebay's militaria/ww1 section and compare yours… Read More
Much of the war was fought in trenches.
Germany payed 6,600 million,but the currency is not known.
the German invasion of Poland had much to do with ww1,ie the polish corridor , danzig. Germany felt the land was illegaly taken fromthem at the end of ww1.
These bills date from the period of hyperinflation that followed WW1. Unfortunately most of the bills were worth about as much as tissue paper at the time, and many have not appreciated much since then. Yours might retail today for less than $1.
women were able to vote and Canada became very much respected
france.because much of northern France had been a battlefield.
Basically, Germany wanted to redeem their power & get revenge for the Versailles Treaty, which put all the blame for WW1 on Germany.
Short trousers, long sleeved shirt, V necked pullover, and a jacket. Underpants, long woollen socks, and laced black shoes. Most of the clothes would have been home made.
There were a number of bombers developed during WW1. Initially, two seater biplanes would drop small hand grenades from the sky, but as the war progressed specialised aircraft were developed as bombers. The Airco D.H. 4 was an early bomber as was the French Voisin VIII, Italian Caproni Ca.3 and 5 and the Germans AEG-IV. Later the big bombers were developed. Two of the best known heavy bombers were the British Vimy Vickers and the… Read More
Before WW1 Canada was part of the British Empire, after WW1 Canada had pretty much proven itself to the British that they are deserving to be their own country.
The Farman F-60 was originally designed to be a bomber aircraft. Unfortunately it was developed and launched too late to be used in WW1, so it was redesigned as a passenger aircraft, and was flown as such, by various french airlines until approximately 1934
I would say a lot. Here I did a quick search on Ebay and this is what I found. German WW1 U-Boat U-33 Flotilla submarine KILL FLAG Buy It Now $1,250.00
A WW1 LF&C Trench knife....the US-1918.....can bring you over $1000.....easy. Maybe the last answer is from some one who only plays with replicas. Look up this website on google....Knuckle Knives and Push Daggers..
Sixpence GBP in 1915 had the purchasing power of about £1.34 GBP today. NOTE - This historical conversion is the result of many calculations and considerations by a purpose designed program. The resulting answer should only be regarded as an approximation based on current exchange rates.
There is a lot of criticism of WW1, however, one of the main fundemental criticisms often pointed out is that WW1 is the cause of WW2. As much as I would like to talk about this topic; I frankly cba!!
The technological advances like machine guns, rapid - fire artillery and poison gas were invented at the ww1 and they made the war more deadly