Gabriel Voisin offered France the ultimate strategic bomber of World War I--a freakish triplane

Guttman, Jon
November 1997
Aviation History;Nov97, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p8
Discusses the odd designs of the World War I fighter planes, such as the Gabriel Voisin's bomber `Triplane No. 1.' How Gabriel Voisin and his brother, Charles, began in the world of aviation; Other World War I fighter planes of the world; Design specification and flight characteristics of the Voisin's triplane.


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