This WWI Caudron GIII Trainer aircraft with a twin-boom tail with a maximum air speed of 65mph was made in France in 1913. The Caudron was used as an army support and reconnaissance aircraft during WWI. Frenchman, Aviatrix A Bolland made the historic flight in 1919 across the Andes Mountains.
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