Reproduktion eines Gemäldes. Rechts im Bild ist eine Doppeldeckermaschine (Nieuport), die ein Ziel am Boden mit einem Maschinengewehr auf dem Flugzeugbug beschiesst.
Text am Rand unten: Nieuport Fighter Strafing Near the Somme; Henry Farre ; A Nieuport fighter fires at tragets of opportunity during its return from patrol near the Somme - 1917. This was typical of the many aerial actions of WWI experienced and later painted by Farre, who flew as an observer with the French Air Force during the war. U.S. AIR FORCE ART COLLECTION 52L; U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE: 1969- 346-266/1
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