by Martin Buffery
Ultra-Chrome Archive Print size A4Two of WW1's principal protagonists meet in the skies over northern France. The Sopwith Camel was the most succcessful aircraft on the allied side during the war. Ranged against it was a host of German aircraft including the Albatross series of sleek, fast fighters. Has the Sopwith Camel dealt the climbing Albatross a death blow or has it run out of ammunition and is merely flying past?