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An image capttioned, ' Cadets attempts at flying'
A remarkable photo album compiled by a World War One pilot has been unearthed after 102 years.
Chas Pulman owned a photography business in Birmingham before joining the Royal Flying Corps at the outset of the conflict.
He developed his own aerial camera which he attached to the fuselage of the aircraft so he could take photos while flying.
This was used to document naval battles, gas attacks and dramatic before and after images of trench warfare.