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Though the Allies won the war and the glory, the Germans gave us one of the most famous airplanes of the Great War. The Fokker Dr.1 triplane, flown by one of history’s great fighter pilots, is among the most recognizable aircraft of the early twentieth century and it played a significant role in launching dogfighting as a new form of combat.The Dr. 1 was a knockoff of a British Sopwith triplane, one of which crashed behind German lines and was studied extensively. The plane was fantastically successful; its most famous pilot was Manfred von Richthofen, better known as the “Red Baron,” who scored 19 of his final 21 kills in the Dr.1.