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The SE5 was a British World War One
biplane fighter aircraft that entered service during the later
stages of the Great War. It was developed by the Royal
Aircraft Factory at Farnborough and was one of the fastest
aircraft of the time. It has been described as ‘the Spitfire
of the First World War’ and is considered by many to be the
finest allied aircraft of that era.
Although the SE5 was considered by
many as the best aircraft of the time, it was unable to have
the same impact as the more famous Sopwith Camel and Pup due
to a shortage of Hispano-Suiza engines until the final months
of the conflict. Once it was available in greater numbers the
SE5 clearly helped to bring a quicker end to the war.
Ragley Hall (pictured in the
background) is a stately home, located south of Alcester,
Warwickshire. It is the ancestral home of the Marques of
Hertford. The house was completed in 1680 following the designs
of Dr. Robert Hooke. The home remained within the family until
the death of the 6th Marques, Hugh Seymour in 1912.
Fittingly for the above image the
house was used during the First World War as a military
hospital which helped to save the house from impending
demolition at the time. Today, Ragley Hall is a popular
attraction and is visited by numerous tourists every year.
Most recently it has played host to the Midlands Air Festival
where this shot was taken.