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FSL LEVY - identification


Cnock
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Hi,

This unknown pilot was just brought to the mole at Zeebrugge in 1915, and given some dry clothes.

I think it is FSL LEVY, shot down with his Sopwith Schneider on 12/8/1915

Does anyone has more info?

Regards,

Cnock

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According to "RN Aircraft Units and Serials" Levy's seaplane (Ser. 3717) was "Salved and rebuilt by Germans and flown at Zeebrugge; later in DECKA travelling exhibition of captured Allied aircraft."

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Hi,

The damaged Sopwith Schneider plane was indeed rebuilt and flown at Zeebrugge.

Cnock

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Great photo's Cnock. I have somewhere one of the same plane. Will see if I can find it back.

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