Tag Archive | WWI pilot

Do you know this daring young man?

New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson has a serious interest in the Great War. This includes owning some 60, often period, WWI aircraft. In one of these, he recently discovered a rolled-up portrait of a Commonwealth flyer of the era.

This chap:

Adam Savage is putting the word out about the image to try to find out if anyone can ID the aviator.

More details below.

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