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Swiss mastery in camouflage also produced other typologies, like those bunkers disguised to look as natural elements, such as rocks or vegetation. Photo: Leo Fabrizio, from Leo ‘Fabrizio:…

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Fake WWII (and after) swiss houses. Swiss concrete bunkers disguised as mountain houses. These camouflaged bunkers were almost secret until 2004. Theatre set designers and artists were hired…

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Zeppelin airship seen from water at 6:05 AM, 4 Aug., 1908 George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress).

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Map of St. Helena Island, 1816.

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Brazilian born Alberto de Santos Dumont tests in France the controls of his first aircraft with it suspended from his No. 14 airship. Santos Dumont called the airplane…

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The Vought V-173, known as the “Flying Pancake”, was an experimental airplane designed by Charles H. Zimmerman during WWII, under the US Navy fighter aircraft program. This plane…

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The Flettner airplane, 921-v, a wing rotor airplane designed and built n 1930 by Anton Flettner, in the USA. This airplane, with an unique design based on the…

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Ballon Ascension — Thomas Baldwin Made first parachute jump in 1887. Baldwin was the first American to descend from a balloon by parachute.

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Thomasville (GA) Airport 1952 USGS aerial view

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Reno Sky Ranch, Sparks, NV Aerial view (26/11/1943)