The Fokker D.VIII was a German single seater fighter developed near the end of World War I. While it only had a 100 hp engine it was so light and small that the performance was better than expected and it was a formidable opponent.
The photo above shows the D8 (replica) engaging the Bristol Fighter in a mock dogfight. These are always entertaining and because the old bi-planes are so slow and can turn so quickly they can keep the action in a smaller space in front of the runway. With the jets by the time they have turned they are 10 kilometers away!
The D8 is closing in and lining up his opponent for a shot. It looks like the "Biff" is history unless the tail gunner can successfully defend his plane!
Fokker D8 Specs (D.VIII)
Sources: Wikipedia, Warbirds Over Wanaka 2012 Programme.