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Pictured: The majestic Felixstowe Fury, an enormous British five-engined triplane flying boat which was at the time the largest seaplane in the world.<br />
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A remarkable photo album compiled by a World War One pilot has been unearthed after 102 years.<br />
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Chas Pulman owned a photography business in Birmingham before joining the Royal Flying Corps at the outset of the conflict.<br />
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He developed his own aerial camera which he attached to the fuselage of the aircraft so he could take photos while flying.<br />
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This was used to document naval battles, gas attacks and dramatic before and after images of trench warfare.