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Hi,


I hope that if we could speak about Albatros projects only,we know most
aircraft built by this Germany company.


The Albatros C.XI was two seat recce biplane project,developed from C.VI,
also called L-26,no more details are known.
 

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Hi,


Albatros D.XIII and D.XIV were uncompleted single seat fighter biplanes,also
no more details,except for D.XIV,it was equipped by one 180 hp BMW IIIa
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D XIII : Mercedes 160hp , span 9,5 ; length 5,85 .
D XIV : B.M.W 185hp , sp. 8,8 ; l. 6,2 .
 

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Excellent my dear Richard,


thank you very much,and the Albatros D.XV was a single seat fighter biplane
project,never materialized.
 

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Hi,


the Albatros J.III was a ground attack aircraft but was never completed,and
it was taken the L-48 designation.
 

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Hi,


here is the Albatros L-84 fighter with V-tail,it could be a project.
 

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Hi Hesham,
Albatros L84 is a two seat fighter developed on L76 with a butterfly tail and BMW VIU 660 PS first flight 1932 but crashed, a second
was built (D 1899).
 

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Hi,


the Albatros G.IV or L-50 was a heavy bomber project,but no more details
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Hi,


has anyone a drawing to D.VI single seat twin boom fighter pusher aircraft ?.
 

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Hello


I have only this bad pic , and a patent which could be related with D VI
 

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Thank you my dear Richard,


it is not bad at all,it is nice.


Also the Albatrod D.VIII (L-35) was a single seat biplane fighter project,no details
are known.
 

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richard said:
... and a patent which could be related with D VI

Judging the frontal view, the D.VII could have been a pusher prop aircraft, with girder booms. But I'm trying to
figure out, how those booms could have been tilted to the fuselage, as they seem to be connected to the wing.
Maybe the wing should be rotated ?
 

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When brought inwards to the fuselauge they intersect the propeller?!

I'm thinking: Naval plane? Compact storage -> Catapult launch -> Land at shore?
 

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Maybe to ease transport and re-assembling ? Main means of transport of aircraft during that era
probably was by train. without disassembly aircraft would have exceeded the loading gauge.
On arrival it probably took quite long to get the aircraft servicable again. Simply folding could have
sped up this process.
 

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Hi,


the Albatros L-3 or GDD was an aircraft powered by 100 hp Gnome engine,
but no more details,who know this aircraft ?.
 

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Albatros L.3
 

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Great find my dear Maveric,


the Albatros L-56 was a 4/5 seat biplane light transport aircraft project,powered
by one Benz Bz IV engine,but I found no drawing to it.
 

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L.51 Postflugzeug and L.52 trainer were a little improved pre-War B.II .


L.56 was a modified C.V for a pilot and four passengers .


L.57 was the forerunner of the well known L.58
 

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Great project drawings my dear Richard,thank you very much.
 

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Hi,


does anyone know the Albatros WRE and FT aircraft ?.
 

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does anyone know the Albatros WRE and FT aircraft ?.


Hi,


also the Albatros RE.II and BR,many they are a projects,all I know that
the RE.I was a mid-wing monoplane of 1913.
 

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Here , the WRE
 

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Thank you my dear Richard very much,


and did those other aircraft (FT,BR & RE.II) a projects or not ?.
 

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And the RE
 

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Excellent my dear Richard,


I don't know the RE.III.
 

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My dear Richard,


the Albatros L-49 was called also DA 1 aircraft,but I don't know if it was a
fighter or attack aircraft,even I can't define if it was a project or not ?,do
have anything about it ?.
 

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Hi,


DL.1 or DL.I was a recce training biplane and K351 was a recce seaplane.
 

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DL.1 or DL.I was a recce training biplane and K351 was a recce seaplane.


Also,the Albatros Model EE was a recce and trainer aircraft,but I don't know
if it was a seaplane or not.
 

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Thank you my dear Richard,


and I also heard that,the D-20 was a seaplane,I don't know the right name
is D.20 or D-20 ?.
 

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hesham said:
Thank you my dear Richard,


and I also heard that,the D-20 was a seaplane,I don't know the right name
is D.20 or D-20 ?.


Anther mystery for me,the Albatros DE,it was a recce biplane,but no
more details are known.
 

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Hi,


does anyone know the Albatros L-80 night bomber project ?.
 

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does anyone know the Albatros L-80 night bomber project ?.


Great find my dear Richard,thank you;


and what about L-80 ?.
 

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"Der Flieger 1979 " : this COULD be the Albatros L.80 :
 

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Oh my God,


amazing project my dear Richard,many thanks to you.
 

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Hi richard,

don´t no why, but I have listed this projects as L.70...
 

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