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The Larkhill Trials was the Military Aeroplane Competition held in 1912 to select planes for the British Army's Air Battalion. The planes that were entered for the trials are shown below but not all of them actually made the trial.
^Some contemporary accounts transpose the identities of the two British-built Deperdussins. Those quoted above are the majority presentation.
The Aeroplanes of the Royal Flying Corps (Military Wing) by J. M. Bruce. Published in 1982. p1