National Air and Space Museum

National Air and Space Museum
Independence Avenue at 6th Street SW
Washington, DC 20560

This D.VII, the 4635/18, was captured when its pilot, lt. Heinz von Beaulieu-Marconnay, accidentally landed on an airfield held by the Americans.This happenned two days before the armistice, November 9, 1918.
The number ‘U.10’ on the side of the fuselage refers to von Beaulieu-Marconnay’s former cavalry unit, the Tenth Ulans.
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The Fokker D.VII ‘4635/18’ as on display in the National Air and Space Museum (picture: Website National Air and Space Museum)


The same Fokker D.VII after being captured (photo San Diego Air and Space museum archive)