What were the planes made of in World War 1?
ww1 planes had a wooden frame and propellers steel wires and linen fabric
washington made war planes
In World War 1 they had air planes that can't be detected, but in World War 2 the British had made a radar to detect German air planes flying.
The Earlier ones had planes
Slow and dangerous. they were made from wood wire and canvas for the wings.
Go to the related link(WW 1 war planes) for a comprehensive list of WW 1 war planes
Planes were origionally used in WW1 for recon. They quickly figured out that they could drop explosives from them. Then they had to use them against enemy aircraft. The use of planes made it quite evident that if you controlled the airspace over a battle, you controlled the battle. This holds true today although everyone plays an important part. Air, sea, ground. In World War 1 bi-planes and tri-planes were used for reconnaissance, bombing and… Read More
about 730 planes
how many planes id germany have at start of World War 1
Yes there were fighter planes in WW1
they where not important in world war 1 they became important in world war 2. They where not important because bombs where to heavy to be supported in planes. Hope this helps you.
The US built no planes in World War 1. American pilots flew French planes; Nieuports and Spads.
Bombers, fighters and recon planes were all used.
over 100 us planes
World War 1 was the first war that used planes [propeller and 2 or 3 pair of wings] and tanks. Also known as the "Trench War" and "The War That End All Wars". Germans first used the Poison Smoke Bomb. World War 2 was the first war that used 'arrow' shaped wings [propeller and 1 pair of wings] and better tanks. Germans had more ideas. Such as a plane powered by V2 missiles [never made]… Read More
Yes lady's did fly planes in WW1, But they had less to do.
they located the enemy and later they became a weapon and they started shooting from the planes
70 different types of planes were used during ww1
I dont know but i think they flew them in from planes and dropped them down because WWI was the first war to use planes
They were not reliable.
No there were no tanks planes OR submarines in ww1. My friend Dennis ate them all.
Nieuport, Sopwith, Fokker, DeHavilland, Bristol, Caproni, Vickers, and SPAD were some of the companies that made WW1 airplanes.
There were certainly scout planes, and later in the war, fighters and bombers. Some of the fighter type were Spads, Nieuports, Faeries, Fokkers, among others.
the wright brothers
162 planes were used in WW1. Maddox Middle Schools 8th Grade
they used planes, submarines and guns :)
Mainly for Recon, as were planes, although towards the middle and end of the war they began mounting weapons on planes and the Blimps and Zepplins became practically useless.
If you compare the planes of World War 2 they will seem very slow next to Jets. However, if you compared the planes of World War 2 to the planes of World War 1 and they were very fast and modern. So when you ask why they are slow it depends on those factors. They seem slow today because they did not have jet engines. However, they could go 250-450 miles an hour and that… Read More
The few remaining airplanes are in museums. Some replicas have been made and they are also in museums or privately owned. They are used in air shows.
1 metre per hour
before WWI, but fighter planes developed in early WWI.
Great Britain, which also flew Bristols in World War 2.
If the question is "What in the First World War" then the answer is planes (Gotha's).
Low and slow...great observation planes.
bad .there was a 90% chance of crashing
VERY! The German Ace, "The Red Baron" played an important role in the war
Planes were very basic in world war I. They were usually used for reconnaissance missions with machine guns attached to the front. A commonly used plane in World War 1 would probably be the German made A.E.G. C.IV (Allgemeine Elektrizitäts Gesellschaft).
The first aircraft carrier was used in World War 1, which carries about 5 or 4 planes.
All combatants used planes in WWI; US, Britain, France, Russia, Italy, Japan, Germany, etc.
Henry Ford used his auto manufacturing plants to help the US build planes, Jeeps and many parts for planes and other items in both wars. In World War 2 he also BUILT a special huge plant for building planes. Ninety percent of his workers were women. Hats off to Henry Ford.
The first aeroplanes of world war one were not used to fight they were simply used to observe enemy trenches, but planes soon become fighter planes when machine guns were added to the plane, also in world war 1 they could reach speeds of 100mph.
what was learned during the war? how to build rockets and use them for bombs and planes
Rifle, Gas, Machine guns, Zeppelin, Tanks, Planes and Torpedoes were used by the soldiers in world war 1....
They were NEW, built of wood and cloth...extremely unreliable.
when a pilot shouts 5 planes that is what a dog fight is
Definitely number 1
yes most if not all had rubber tires
In World War 2 commercial planes were used to transport troops, deliver cargo and move the President to places (and Elinor Roosevelt too). A Presidential plane was developed but I can't remember if it was as early as World War 2. World War 1 planes had not developed enough to have commercial large transport planes yet. The commercial planes also helped to free up the large military transport planes for other uses. The train however… Read More