and his Eindecker"
Aerial warfare changed forever when Anthony
Fokker equipped his outstanding monoplanes for the first time with the new rod control
linkage system that enabled the pilot to fire his machine gun through the propeller arc
without the fear of damaging the blades of the airscrew.
Capture your great piece of
history now by ordering one of only 100 limited edition prints signed and numbered by the
artist Michael Aten.
Michael Aten, who is a father of two and works
as an aviation engineer in the southern part of California, is well known in aviation
circles for his wonderful drawings which are held in various private collections around
the world. His work is also displayed at the Commemorative Air Force Museum at
Gillespie Field Airport in El Cajon, California.
He also is the author of our book "Fokker E.III -
In Detail" for which this drawing served as a background.
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Decorate your home with a beautiful drawing of a
young Anthony Herman Gerard Fokker and one of his monoplanes which changed the face of war
and influenced the development of aircraft of that period.