The Bristol M.1C monoplane was an ultra-modern design that was truly ahead of its time. Unfortunately, precisely because of its design, it was relegated to obscurity and it served only in small numbers in the Macedonian and Middle East theatres where its excellent performance remained relatively unnoticed. The prototype M.1A was completed in the summer of 1916 and quickly demonstrated that it was highly maneuverable and possessed first class handling characteristics. An impressive top speed of 132 mph, an excellent climb rate of in excess of 1,000 ft per min plus an...
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