de Havilland Airco DH9 was a British two-seat bomber aircraft during WW1. Not much is known about this very rare de Havilland Airco DH9 which was found in India on a Maharajah's palace ground decaying. Brought back to the UK and restored by Duxford Historic Aircraft Collection.
Information on this World War one bomber aircraft is limited, but it could be part of a fleet of bomber planes that flew to France in March 1917 with de Havilland Arico DH4 bombers/fighters
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