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How Sub-Lieutenant Warneford won his VC
'How Sub-Lieutenant Warneford won his VC', 7 June 1915, (1920). Warneford was the first Royal Naval Air Service pilot to be awarded the Victoria Cross, for shooting down Zeppelin LZ 37 over Belgium. Illustration from The Illustrated War Record of the Most Notable Episodes in the Great European War 1914-1918, seventh edition, (The Swarthmore Press Ltd, London, c1920).
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