Yesterday while at the RAF Museum at Hendon I was able to go into the Grahame-White Factory, which houses the bulk of the museums First World War collection. This is the first time I have been able to view the collection as I did not realise that this section of the museum is on open until 12 so I have always missed viewing it. The hall is named after Grahame Claude White a British aviation pioneer known for his stunts that were performed in an attempt to inform both the government and public alike of the importance and threat of air power; an early exponent of airmindedness. Brett has a good biographical sketch of him on his site. Possibly his most daring attempt to bring air power to the fore include his ‘Wake Up Britain’ campaign where lead a group of aircraft around Britain with this slogan emblazoned on the aircraft. He wrote widely on the subject and founded a school at Hendon on the site that the museum now stands.
Anyway on to some of the aircraft on display. The museum has a good variety, which if you get a chance you should take a look at.
Royal Aircraft Factory SE5A
 Richard Hallion Taking Flight: Inventing the Aerial Age from Antiquity through the First World War (Oxford University Press, 2003) p. 238