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Hi,


the Friedrichshafen G.VI was a biplane heavy bomber project,here is its drawing
and data.
 

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Hi,


the Friedrichshafen DD II was a single seat fighter quadruplane,I know it was a project.
 

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Hi,


the Friedrichshafen developed many fighters,the little known one is D V,it was single seat
biplane fighter,I don't know if it was actually built or just a project.
 

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Friedrichshafen P.33...
 

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Friedrichshafen P.43...
 

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Hi,


the Friedrichshafen P.4 was night bomber triplane project.
 

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hesham said:
the Friedrichshafen developed many fighters,the little known one is D V,it was single seat
biplane fighter,I don't know if it was actually built or just a project.


Hi,


if there was a design called D.V,that meaning there was also a project called D.IV ?.
 

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And more Friedrichshafen projects,from WW1 Aero 111.
 

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And
 

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Really neat finds!


Anyone have ideas about how the bottom design was expected to work?
 

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Thank you my dear Tuizentfloot,


and for my dear Avimimus,you meant P.175 ?.
 

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From, Friedrichshafen Aircraft of WWI.
 

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German Planes​

As Britain’s main competitor for domination at sea, the Germans also had a substantial naval aviation service. On land, their pilots had the edge for much of the war, as they developed tactics ahead of the Allies and fielded a series of technologically superior planes. But they never gained the same dominance over the seas. The power of the Royal Navy made it harder for them to deploy seaplane tenders into contested waters.

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A German Friedrichshafen FF.33L seaplane.

Friedrichshafen was one of Germany’s leading seaplane producers. Starting in 1914, the company provided German aviators with the FF-33 series of seaplanes, which filled a variety of roles. The FF-33e was a reconnaissance plane which carried a two-way radio as well as a supply of bombs. The FF-33I was the fighter equivalent.

The rough conditions of the North Sea led Friedrichshafen to produce a tougher design, the FF-49. This entered the war in May 1917, replacing the FF-33s.

Other German seaplanes included the Albatros W-4 and a series of planes from Hansa-Brandenburg.
 

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