The Fokker Triplane probably generates more interest than any other First World War aircraft. It is one of those rare aeroplanes to which the word legendary can be applied without exaggeration. This is a new and highly detailed study of the aeroplane which earned its place in aeronautical history though the achievements of Manfred von Richthofen and other leading German aces. The book, which is profusely illustrated, includes a brief outline of the history of the Fokker company, the development of the Triplane, its initial employment and its subsequent use over the front line. There is also an analysis of unit and individual markings. This book will become a leading reference work on the subject and will appeal to First World War enthusiasts, aero-modellers, aviation and military historians.